Group F Euro 2020 odds

Who will win the Euro 2020 Group F?

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
France
Germany
Portugal
Hungary
Bet365IntertopsUnibet
2.252.102.25
2.372.202.35
4.506.504.75
41.0034.0034.00

Group F: Qualifies for Round of 16

Odd unit: EU | UK | US
France
Germany
Portugal
Hungary
Betway
1.07
1.08
1.25
5.50

Euro 2020: Group F

Hungary

Poor Hungary have been chucked into the deep end and will have to battle through the group of death in order to have any chance of making a statement. They are in this competition because of their play-off final win over Iceland. They struggled to score goals which was by far their biggest problem and this was shown by the fact that their top goal scorer was centre half Willi Orban with 3 goals. Their best player and most promising is Dominik Szoboszlai, an attacking midfielder who possesses flair, incredible vision and is so deadly on a set-piece. They have played in 2 semi-finals but have never progressed to the final. In Euro 2016 they lost 4-0 to Belgium in the Round of 16.

Portugal

The holders of Euro 2016 were carried during qualifying by that man Cristiano Ronaldo, scoring 11 times, which was half of their total goals tally. When Euro 2020 comes around, Ronaldo will be 36 years of age, but I guarantee it will not hinder any of his performances in which we see today. Joao Felix is a youngster who plays for Atletico Madrid in a centre-forward position. A player with exceptional talent but has yet to live up to his price tag.

Germany

Top scorer Gnabry netted 8 in their qualifying campaign and the whole team scored another 22 goals and conceded just 7 goals in 8 matches. Manager Joachim Low has experienced lots of success in the 14 years in charge and most notably was their 2014 World Cup victory. Only a few of the World Cup 2014 winner squad are left in the current team and one of them is key player Toni Kroos, a veteran in midfield who, technically, is one of the best around, happy to dictate the pace of Germany’s attacks. They are experiencing a floury of youth and Kai Havertz is one of them, a young attacking midfielder who can also play as a central forward. Whilst not the quickest, his tall, rangy frame gives him stability and control on and off the ball, allowing him to dribble with ease past opposition defenders.

France

Manager Dider Deschamps is a legend in the streets of France; captaining Les Bleus as winners of the 1998 World Cup and Euro 2000. He has been French boss since 2012 and since has won the 2018 World Cup. With most definitely the best squad around, it will come to no surprise at all if they are able to win yet another international tournament as they enter their 13th straight final tournament. Kylian Mbappe is their hottest prospect and their best player; a dynamic, pacey forward who can at times drift wide to play as a winger. He will be around the French ranks for years to come as he tries to make himself a legend of the game.

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