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Euro 2024 Winner Odds

Euro 2024 Winner Odds: Odds slipping after shoddy starts

The Euros have kicked off with a bang, and we are taking a deep dive into the latest winner odds. No real shocks have befallen any favourites, yet some shoddy performances have driven odds out, whilst dominance of others has been rewarded.

Euro 2024 Odds

All odds are courtesy of Betfred, correct at the time of publishing and subject to change.













All Other Sides 

16/1 or Above 

It has been smooth sailing for most sides, with all of the top five favourites securing victories in their first games. As we look towards the second round, these could once again shift, but it looks unlikely anything too drastic will happen ahead of the knockouts.

France @4/1

France have slipped out in the betting slightly, having moved from 7/2 to 4/1 as of right now, courtesy of a shoddy opening game performance against Austria.

All of their starting XI failed to score, and they only found their way into victory thanks to an own goal, something that doesn’t exactly fill one with confidence, yet they are ever the consummate campaigners and it shouldn’t affect them too much.

An injury to Kylian Mbappe could equally have caused the drop-off, as he broke his nose in a bad way, following a collision with Austria’s Kevin Danso's shoulder.

Nothing serious has been reported as he is likely to only miss the Netherlands game, yet this is technically their toughest test in the groups and his absence could prove costly.

A poor opening game and injury to their main man hasn’t helped but it is too early to say that they are without a shot of the trophy.

England @4/1

The English faced similar teething issues to that of the French in their opener, as a 1-0 win over Serbia wasn’t quite the performance many were expecting from the immensely talented Three Lions squad.

This has forced their odds out, from 10/3 to 4/1, no doubt helped by the fact that Harry Kane and Phil Foden went missing for much of the clash.

Nevertheless, there were bright spots, Jude Bellingham’s goal for one and Marc Guéhi impressed many with his centre-half play.

An easy group equally shouldn’t cause England too many problems either, with them expected to comfortably defeat Denmark and Slovenia.

These factors have helped them remain at the top of the betting, but more performances like that against Serbia could cause further slipping.

Germany @9/2

Germany had what can only be described as the best possible start to their Euros campaign, such that their odds have shortened massively of late, coming in from 11/2 to 9/2.

A 5-1 rout of Scotland in their opener set them well on their way to going deep in this tournament, as they denied the Scots a sniff at goal, with an unfortunate own goal being the only blemish on their record.

Home support will of course end up proving crucial, and with nye on every stadium being packed to the bursting point with the German faithful, it is hard for any visitor to contend with that.

They look to be unchallenged in the group as well, with matches against Hungary and Switzerland remaining, both of which should prove comfortable wins.

All signs point towards the Germans performing extremely well in this competition and it could be the right time to jump on them now before the odds come crashing down.

Portugal @11/2

Portugal, or more aptly Cristiano Ronaldo, have long struck fear into the heart of many international sides due to their impressive performance in these tournaments, finally claiming victory in the 2016 Euros.

However, the Portuguese were less than dynamic this time round, in their opener with Czechia, and this may be a sign of things to come. The side looked fractured and disjointed, unlike the Roberto Martinez side that went on a 13-game winning streak in 2023.

An unconvincing win isn’t enough to halt their progress though, with a truly easy group, one as they only have to contend with Georgia and Turkey after this.

Portugal have talent but will need to turn it up a notch or two if they want to seriously contend for the trophy.

Spain @6/1

The Spanish fans are some of the most fervent in Europe and will flock to Germany when it comes time for their side to play, however, recent disappointments and lack of any experienced talent may hamper their chances.

A poor run since 2012 when they won their second Euros, saw them never manage to make it beyond the round-of-16. And even in 2021 they only managed to make it to the semis, as they have struggled to live up to expectations.

The side is struggling for experience and Barcelona’s raft of young talent from La Masia may end up filling the side, only contributing to this problem more.

The likes of Gavi and Pedri may end up in the side, alongside perhaps Lamine Yamal and Pau Cubrasi have impressed on the Champions League stage to this point.

They secured a comfortable victory over Croatia, 3-0, and with Italy’s less-than-convincing win over Albania, they are in prime position to secure first place in the group.

Potentially easier knockout clashes, and a young and talented side all work in their favour, yet if they have the calibre to take out one of the big guns, the top three favourites here, who knows?