Euro 2016 Winner Odds
Who will win the Euro 2016?It is the question on everyone's lips as the anticipation to the summer grows and grows. Who will win the Euro 2016? Fans and punters alike will be asking themselves ahead of the summer tournament, which starts on June 10th, 2016. If recent history is anything to go by then you are going to be looking at Spain who have won it for the past two editions. But seeing them stretch that out to three in a row, particularly after their horrendous showing at the 2014 FIFA World Cup may be a bridge too far even for the mighty Reds.
Who will win Euro 2016? Winner Odds before the tournament (at Bet365)
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(Expertise below done before the start of the tournament:)
Spain 11/2 Euro 2016 Winner OddsSpain have fallen off their pedestal a little bit and perhaps are there for the taking more so than ever. However, that having been said, many had written them off before Euro 2012 and look what happened there. They adapted, changed their style to slow things down a bit and then exploded in the final, trouncing Italy 4-0 in one of their famous, out-of-this world performances. So can Vicente del Bosque's men get it right at France 2016? They are running as 11/2 third favourites in the outright winner market so the bookmakers expect them to be in with a chance.
They seemed to be back at their efficient best in qualification, winning nine of their ten games played and conceded just three goals on their way to topping their group with consummate ease. The only slip up they suffered was in a 2-1 loss at Slovakia. What Spain have that they didn't have at the last World Cup, is a striker. No, not Diego Costa, but Paco Alcacer and the Valencia forward has impressed in his chances for the national side scoring six goals in eleven appearances for La Furia Roja at the time of writing. That makes Spain, with their ball retention, dangerous.