They all have their eyes on the prize, but only one will lift the Euro 2020 trophy. Europe’s top teams step up to the biggest tournament of the year and the stakes are high. Will it be the World Cup Champions France, the long waiting England, the talented Belgium or maybe Portugal with back-to-back titles? Here’s BetPicks‘ top teams review.
Euro 2020 (2021) Top Teams
|France has been at the pinnacle of the footballing world for near-on three years now – ever since they won the 2018 World Cup—and they have every reason to believe they can make it back-to-back tournament wins at this summer’s Euro 2020 football championships. With Griezmann, Coman, Kante and of course Mbappe, Les Bleus are the team to beat.
|Belgium has every reason to come into the Euro 2020 tournament with confidence about their chances of finally busting out and winning the nation’s first-ever major tournament trophy. After all, they’ve got the best player the country has ever seen, the jewel in the Belgian crown – Kevin De Bruyne. KDB is already one of the most decorated club players in the world, why not add some international glory to his legacy?
|England enters the Euro 2020 tournament as one of the most popular favorites to come away with the silverware when all is said and done in July. They have a very talented and deep roster and the nation is certainly keen on getting back in the win column after a trophy drought of epic proportions that has spanned several generations.
|The 2016 Champions are back to defend their title. As per usual, Portugal’s chances will largely ride on Cristiano Ronaldo’s shoulders, but they haven’t been in their best performance since that magical tournament 5 years ago. To add to the level of difficulty, they have been drawn to the “group of death” with France and Germany. Big test for the Champs.
|Germany is one of the most successful nations in the world when it comes to acquiring silverware from the major international football tournaments. This team has fallen on some hard times lately, however, and will undoubtedly be looking to put some bad results at a recent tournament behind them as they try to reclaim their former glory. Euro 2020 will be the last tournament for manager Joachim Low, and that will certainly add a little bit more incentive for his players and countrymen to send him out on a high in July.