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Injuries & Suspensions

One of the biggest factors that will influence your Euro 2016 betting is the strength of a team that is put out on the field. If you are backing a nation, say like Portugal who rely heavily on their star man Cristiano Ronaldo to carry the can for them, then the last thing you will need is to see him either suspended or injured for a Euro 2016 match. That would constitute a heavy blow to your betting hopes.

So knowing who is in and who is out in Euro 2016 betting is important. Would you have a lot of faith in England if Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy were both out of a match? Would Germany carry the same threat if Thomas Muller wasn’t available? Imagine if England’s Joe Hart got red carded in their opener against Russia on June 11th. Where would the Three Lions be for their big crunch match against Wales on the 16th with their number one suspended?

Should a player receive a red card in a Euro 2016 match, that’s an automatic one game suspension. If a player was to pick up a two yellow cards in two different matches then that would also lead to a suspension, so players have to tread carefully about diving into tackles and will have to keep their cool. Any yellow cards expire at the semi final stage.

Links to current injuries and suspensions lists in other leagues:
English (Premier League) injuries and suspensions
Champions League injuries and suspensions
Germany (Bundesliga) injuries and suspensions
Italy (Serie A) injuries and suspensions
Spain (Primera Division) injuries and suspensions

So Euro 2016 injuries and suspensions can have a big bearing on your match and outright betting for the summer tournament. Turkey for example have Gokhan Tore suspended for the first two games, while the Czech Republic’s Mark Such would miss their first game because of red cards in qualifying. Fortunately, we have an up to date guide running for you to help you along in your Euro 2016 betting. Check out our tables for the latest Euro 2016 injuries and suspensions ahead of, as well as, during the tournament. These are key pieces of information that will have a big effect on your betting.

Belgium for example had big injury worries with Kevin de Bruyne, Vincent Kompany and Divock Origi ahead of the competition. Germany have a clutch of players like Lars Bender, Sami Khedira and Holger Badstuber battling to fit for the tournament, while hosts France are looking pretty healthy apart from having suffered the loss of Dimitri Payet and Raphael Varane through injury. Spain’s injury list is very minimal as well, so how will this affect the outright odds in Euro 2016 betting?

Stay informed of the latest Euro 2016 injuries and suspensions right here with us!