Betting at England at the Euro 2016

England's chances at the Euro 2016

Euro 2016 England
How far can England go at the European Championships? Can the Three Lions win the whole thing? They have a great crop of young players around which could really pay off for them, if manager Roy Hodgson is brave enough to throw youngsters like Dele Alli and Ross Barkley into the mix right from the off. If England really go out and take a positive, attacking approach to proceedings then they really could make a great run at the Euro 2016 title.

Euro 2016 England Outright odds

The Three Lions haven't been trading too badly in the Euro 2016 outright market really all things considered. They had a really easy qualifying campaign from which they posted a 100% record and that has helped raise their status. You still have to go out and win games and you can only beat what is put in front of you. England are 11/1 with online betting site Sportingbet. That puts them as joint fourth-favourite to go and win the whole thing.

Only World Champions Germany, current European champions Spain and host nation France are shorter priced than England are in the Euro 2016 outright winner market. Of course this leads to a lot of expectation and optimism surrounding the challenge of England at a major tournament and all too often we have been led down a completely different path when the tournament actually arrives.

But this time there is a better feeling about the England camp as they aren't short of attacking options. They have Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane now to slot home the goals and the back up of veteran Wayne Rooney and Hodgson favourite Danny Welbeck. There's creativity in the midfield with Barkley, Alli and Raheem Sterling. You have a world class keeper in Joe Hart. The only real area of contention is the defence, which doesn't look up to all that much and may ultimately be their downfall.

England at the Euro 2016 - Fixtures & Results

Date Time Fixture Result
Sa. 11th June 20.00 England v Russia 1-1
Th. 16th June 14.00 England v Wales 2-1
Mo. 20th June 20.00 England v Slovakia 0-0
Mo. 27th June 20.00 England v Iceland 1-2
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Euro 2016 England To Reach Final

Would England reaching the final of Euro 2016 be deemed as a success? Of course it would, it would be a huge step forward for them and would carry them in great confidence forward to the next World Cup. Obviously winning it would be better but the Three Lions are a price of 5/1, which is the same odds as Belgium to reach the final of Euro 2016.

Euro 2016 England Top Goalscorer

A lot of this will be dependent on who Roy Hodgson actually goes with. There will be plenty of calls for Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy to come in ahead of Wayne Rooney, but more likely than not, Hodgson will call on the experienced old guard. Rooney is running at 7/2 to be England's top goalscorer at Euro 2016, with Kane and Vardy both at 4/1. Out of the three of them, Kane looks the best value of all and hopefully he gets the minutes to prove himself out in France because he is the future of England's attack.

Euro 2016 England Stage of Elimination

Here is the most popular Euro 2016 England market of all perhaps. Just how far can England go and how much money are you willing to put on them getting there? With past ventures not having gone to well in major tournaments, England are 9/4 poke to bow out at the stage of the last sixteen.

If they win Group B they would face the 3rd placed team from Group A, C or D which could be someone like Romania, the Ukraine or the Czech Republic. If England were to finish as runners up in Group B then they would get to face the runner up of Group F where Portugal, Iceland, Austria and Hungary reside. Looking all that, there could be some potentially tricky games in there, but the 2/1 price on them bowing out at the quarter finals has to have a bit more appeal.

It will all depend on how England do in their own group and where the chips fall in regards to the other teams finishing in their positions. England are an 11/2 price to go on to the semi finals, 9/1 to finish the tournament as runner up and that 11/1 price to win the tournament. They are a 6/1 shot to go out at the group stage.

Euro 2016 England Group Stage

England are in Group B at Euro 2016 where they face Russia, Wales and Slovakia. Not the toughest of groups you would say on the surface of things, particularly not with three of the four potentially moving ahead. England face Russia on June 11th, Wales on June 16th and the round off against Slovakia on June 20th. England are an even money price to win the group and 2/13 odds on favourites to qualify. You can take a price of 5/2 on them to finish in second place, 5/1 on them to finish third and a mighty 9/1 on them to screw things up completely and finish bottom.