A few days, eight countries competed for the available Euro 2021 slots. Although the competition is still over 200 days away, these teams needed to fight for a chance to compete alongside some of the world’s finest footballers.
The likes of Hungary, North Macedonia and Scotland have now qualified for the tournament. 24 teams will now fight it out for a trophy that Portugal won four years ago.
With all the teams now sorted into groups, the permutations have begun. And this is the right time to bet – long term – on the events of this tournament via outright betting.
In Group A, Italy is the biggest name. It’s no wonder they have been priced at 1.55 odds on NairaBET to win the group. With Switzerland, Turkey and Wales making up the group, it’s by no way the group of death. But it is certain that the top two spots in that group will be keenly contested for.
Speaking of the Group of Death in the Euro Championship, Group F depicts this perfectly!
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When Hungary made it past the Championship playoffs, they found themselves in a group containing France, Germany and Portugal. That’s a group featuring Cristiano Ronaldo, Kylian Mbappe and Manuel Neuer. For Hungary, making it out of this group alive already looks like an impossible mission. That’s why their qualification from this group has been priced at 36.00 odds.
World Cup finalists, Croatia, have been drawn in Group D, alongside Czech Republic, England and Scotland. It’s also one of the other tough groups to predict judging by the quality of players that these sides boast.
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It is largely expected that England, and her young stars, fight their way to the latter part of this tournament. However, the Croats are no push-overs. And the Scotts, having qualified for a tournament for the first time since France ‘98 (over 8,000 days later), will be more stubborn than they usually are.
Belgium, in Group C, will take on Denmark, Finland and Russia. In this group, it’s almost a battle for which team will finish in second place… behind Belgium, of course. Their star-studded squad is one that has not enjoyed success on the international scene. Falling short at the previous World Cup and Euro championship will serve as a huge boost. Let’s not also forget the 40 goals they scored, the most managed by any side during the qualifiers.
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Spain have only won one of their last five games. If they’re to make it out of Group E alive, they have to rediscover the form that saw them score 30+ goals during the qualifiers for this tournament. They seem to have plenty time before the tournament to do just that. But will Luis Enrique and his men be able to finish top of a group that has Poland, Slovakia and Sweden?
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