Group B Euro 2020 odds
Who will win the Euro 2020 Group B?
Group B: Qualifies for Round of 16
Euro 2020: Group B
Denmark had a remarkable qualifying campaign winning 4, drawing 4 and so finishing unbeaten. Christian Eriksen is the heart and sole of the Danish team, capable of creating something from nothing, whether it is a 50-yard pass or a 30-yard free kick, he will always produce. He finished as their top scorer with 5 goals in their 8 games, whilst, himself having a fairly poor season for Inter Milan. One player for Denmark to keep an eye on is youngster, Mikkel Damsgaard, who has recently left Danish side, Nordsjælland to join Sampdoria. In 1992, Denmark won the Euro’s, but ever since then things have been downhill and for the last Euro’s, they did not even qualify.
Finland had a very mixed bag during their qualifying campaign winning 6 games and losing 4. They only had a goal difference of 4, scoring 16 and conceding 10 goals. 10 of their goals came from Norwich striker Teemu Pukki, who was outstanding whenever the Finns played. This is the first time ever that Finland have ever qualified for the Euro’s and will be desperate to impress. Another one of their more important players is Fredrik Jensen, a winger who plays for German side Augsburg and has recently shot into the Finnish 1st team, regularly chipping in with goals.
It was a fantastic qualifying campaign for Belgium who won all 10 of their qualifying games, netting 40 goals and conceding just 3. Roberto Martinez has been in charge of Belgium since 2016 and helped them reach the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2018, but ultimately, their goals were to win the competition. This will probably be the last chance for Belgium to win a huge competition in this current generation of golden players as most of their players are ageing now. Kevin De Bruyne is their key player and, in my opinion, the is the best attacking midfielder in the world, the best passer and crosser of a ball, winning the Premier League Player Of The Year.
The hosts of the 2018 world cup had a successful qualifying campaign, winning 8 and losing 2, thanks to their star striker Artem Dzyuba, who scored 9 of their 33 goals. He is a tall, rangy striker who plays for Zenit and despite being 32 years of age, he is closing in on the most goals record for Russia. In Euro 2016, they were unable to progress past the group stage, a disappointment for the Russians. Russia have not won in five EURO finals games; their last victory was a 4-1 demolition of Czech Republic in their EURO 2012 opener.
In my opinion, Belgium will top the group comfortably, in some style and Denmark will squeeze through with Russia in 3rd.
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