Group E Euro 2020 odds

Who will win the Euro 2020 Group E?

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
Highest
odds
Lowest
odds
Spain1.361.33
Poland7.006.00
Sweden8.007.00
Slovakia21.0012.00

Group E: Qualifies for Round of 16

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
Highest
odds
Lowest
odds
Spain1.031.01
Poland1.501.45
Sweden1.501.50
Slovakia2.201.91

Euro 2020: Group E

Spain

Spain were another of the teams to finish the qualifying stage without losing a single game. They had 3 players who finished as top scorer, Rodrigo, Sergio Ramos, and Alvaro Morata on 4 goals each, however all of Sergio Ramos’ goals were penalties. With Luis Enrique in charge, a man won the UEFA Champions League with FC Barcelona back in 2015, they have an extremely good and experienced coach to help them along the way. They have won the competition on 3 occasions: 1964, 2008 and 2012, but after beating Italy in the Euro 2012 final, it has all been downhill in international stature, losing to Italy in the round of 16 at Euro 2016. Youngster, Ansu Fati broke the Spanish record for the youngest ever goal scorer against Ukraine aged 17 and he could be huge in adding pace and skill to the Spanish attack.

Sweden

Sweden had a very good qualifying campaign, winning 6, drawing 3 and losing just 1. Robin Quaison finished as their top goal scorer with 5, having been a huge figure in the Swedish national team for some time now. However, Alexander Isak is on the prowl to himself a prolific figure for the national team, recording himself as the counties youngest ever scorer at 17 and he scored his 1st club goal at just 16. The striker has a tall, powerful frame who is very capable in the air, remaining mature beyond his years. Their best Euro’s campaign came back in 1992 where they reached the semi-finals, however, their most recent Euro’s was cut short as they were knocked out at the group stage.

Poland

Poland comfortably made it through to the Euro 2020’s and a huge amount of this goes to the matter of Robert Lewandowski. Lewandowski is no doubt, the greatest striker in the world at the moment having just won the FIFA men’s best player award and if the FIFA Ballon d’Or had taken place, he would most likely have won it. The Polish striker is their leading goal scorer and is like a fine wine, getting better with every year. Their best Euro campaign came in the one 4 years ago where they reached the quarter finals, unfortunately losing to eventual champions, Portugal.

Slovakia

Slovakie have entered the competition through the play offs after beating Republic Ireland 4-2 on penalties and in final, they beat Northern Ireland 2-1 in extra time. Midfielder Marek Hamsik is 33 years of age and is their top appearance maker, top goalscorer, remaining a heart of the national team. Their 2016 campaign was their best yet, reaching round of 16 and it was unfortunate for them to come up against an in form German side at the time. They did lose the game 3-0, but if they had the fortune to come up against a different side at the time, it could have been a different story.

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