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How to Bet on Euro 2020

A fascinating summer of sports lies ahead with the usual fixtures, including tennis from Wimbledon and The Open golf is boosted by the rearranged Euro 2020 football championships and Tokyo 2020 Olympics. There’s something for everyone as the sports world plays catchup and prepares for a frantic few weeks.

The top sportsbook betting sites like Bovada are already offering their odds in various markets in the European Championships, which will be played out across the continent between June and July. Both semi-finals and final are scheduled to be played in front of fans at Wembley Stadium in London, with other matches shared between a dozen cities.

Euro 2020 will be the most bet on European Championships ever seen, and it promises to be well worth the wait. A competitive field lines up with England, France, and Germany, the early betting favorites. The final will take place at the home of English football but will the Three Lions enjoy it?


Choose Your Winner

Several Euro 2020 outright betting markets are already available to online bettors, and the list will grow as we near the big kick-off. If you have a registered online betting account with a legal and licensed sportsbook, you can place bets today using your mobile app or desktop computer. It’s fast and easy to do. 

If you don’t already have an online betting account, you can get one in just a few minutes. The sign-up process is quick, and as a new customer, you will receive a welcome bonus.

The outright betting market will be the most popular, and it’s also the simplest. Place a bet on the team you think will lift the Euro 2020 trophy in London following July’s final. If your prediction is correct, you land the profits. If any other team wins other than the one you picked, you will lose your stake money.

Pick one of the betting favorites to increase your chance of landing a profit, or take a chance on an outsider with bigger odds attached. The more risk you take, the higher the potential returns.

Other Outright Markets

There are other ways to bet on Euro 2020 as traders make sure there’s a bet to suit all types of football gamblers. Some don’t even require you to predict the eventual champion. Group betting is enjoyable as you are predicting which team will win any group.

For example, you can back England to win their group, beating off Scotland, Croatia, and the Czech Republic. It doesn’t matter how they win or how many points they get, as long as they finish in pole position. Bet on one group or create an accumulator by selecting the winner of a few different groups

Those after bigger odds can try to name the finalists. With this wager, you must choose the two teams you expect to compete in the final at Wembley. It doesn’t matter which side wins the game, as long as both are involved in the final. If only one of your selections makes it to the last two teams, you lose your bet.

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Match Betting

Away from the Euro 2020 outright betting and the leading sportsbooks offer odds on each match played. The games will have over 100 pre-match betting markets available, so you won’t be short of something to bet on. 

The most apparent bet to place on the Euro 2020 games is the winner. Pick a team to win the match, and if they do, you land the profits. If the game ends in a draw or your team loses, you drop your cash. Bet on match-winner odds as single or throw a few together on any day, weekend, or even round to create a big price multiple.

The specials include odds on the first goalscorer in a game, the final score, handicap, total goals, half time/full time, number of cards, over/under two goals to be scored, a penalty to be awarded, a red card to be shown, draw no bet and plenty more. Same game multis allows you to add more than one bet to your slip from the same fixture. For example, you could back England to win, Kane to score, England half time/full time, and over 2.5 goals. This gives you more of an interest in the match.

Samuel King

Samuel King comes with a Postgraduate degree in journalism from one of the leading universities. He currently works as a journalist at CapitalBay.News and has written widely on the gaming industry.

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