The odds to be winner of Euro 2020 are now tighter than ever despite the fact we are now down to just two teams after the semi-finals.
England joined Italy in the final (Sunday, 1500 ET) with a controversial extra-time defeat of Denmark Wednesday. Harry Kane’s penalty – which infuriated the Danes and many experts – gave Gareth Southgate’s squad a 2-1 victory at Wembley.
Denmark actually scored first thanks to a sensational freekick from Mikkel Damsgaard, but that lead disappeared six minutes later when defender Simon Kajer diverted a cross into his own net under pressure from Raheem Sterling.
It was tied then until the 104th minute, deep into extra time. Joakim Maehle was penalised for a foul on Sterling and Kane scored the penalty at the second attempt after his first shot was saved by Kasper Schmeichel.
Now England has a golden opportunity to win its first major tournament in 55 years (the last was the World Cup in 1966, also on home soil in England) when it faces the excellent Italians Sunday.
Roberto Mancini’s squad is on a long 33-game undefeated streak, an amazing renaissance after the Azzurri had shockingly failed to qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Online bookmakers are finding it tough to separate the two teams heading into Sunday’s final. DraftKings has Italy favorite at -115 with England a large-looking +140. Other sportsbooks though go the other way – they all so far have England as favorite ranging from -120 to -140.
Here is all the latest on the soccer betting odds heading into the semi-final action at Euro 2020.
Latest and best odds to be Euro 2020 winner
Heading into the final the latest and best odds to win Euro 2020 from U.S. sportsbooks are:
- DraftKings: -115 Italy, +140 England
- FanDuel: -140 England, -115 Italy
- FOX Bet: -125 England, +100 Italy
- William Hill: -125 England, +100 Italy
- Bet365: -125 England, +100 Italy
- Unibet: -122 England, -103 Italy
- SugarHouse: -120 England, -104 Italy
NB: Odds correct at 0400 ET on Thursday July 8, 2021
Who will win Euro 2020? OddsCritic Predictions
Our soccer expert Paul Arizona looked at the Euro 2020 tournament as a whole weeks ago and came up with predictions to be the winner.
His headline pick was France at +600 to win it all, while he liked long shot Sweden to go well too at a huge +10000.
Arizona has also given picks to be the top scorer and you can click here for those picks along with latest odds and standings.
Next matches at Euro 2020
We are now down to the final two, and we will have predictions for Sunday’s huge showdown in London.
- Sunday July 11: Italy vs England (Wembley, 1500 ET)
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