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Euro 2024 takes place in Germany with fans eagerly awaiting an entire month of world-class football featuring 24 nations.
WhichBookie provides free football betting tips on a daily basis and will continue to do so throughout the entirety of the 2024 European Championship.
On this page, you’ll find Euro 2024 betting tips for each and every one of the games. We’ll also be providing in-depth match previews which feature team news, expected lineups, recent form, and match predictions.
Euro 2024 is scheduled to run from June 14th to July 14th, with matches set to take place across 10 German cities, including Berlin, Munich, Dortmund, Stuttgart, Frankfurt, Gelsenkirchen, Hamburg, Dusseldorf, Cologne, and Leipzig.
This will be the 17th European Championship with 10 different teams winning the previous editions. 2024 hosts Germany, along with Spain, have won the Euros the most times, each claiming 3 victories. England have never won the tournament but came closest at Euro 2020 when they were eliminated in the final after losing on penalties to Italy.
Euro 2024 odds are now available with all UK bookies. Although the groups for the tournament have been decided, prices will fluctuate in the lead up to the competition and throughout as games are played out.
For the latest Euro 2024 odds, visit Bet365. Bet365 have Euro 2024 outright odds, top scorer odds, odds for individual matches, and more.
Bookie’s have England and France as the pre-tournament favourites, with the likes of Germany, Spain and Portugal all in contention.
Euro 2024 top scorer odds have not yet been released. These should become available once the final squad have been announced. Expect the likes of Harry Kane & Kylian Mbappe to lead the markets.
All of our Euro 2024 betting tips take current odds into account. Our football experts look for value in the markets and will only share a tip that they think is priced fairly or generously.
|Euro 2024 Winner Odds
|Bosnia and Herzegovina
The ultimate question ahead of any major tournament. Who will come out on top?
Along with picking out a team to go all the way, keep in mind that there are several other related markets that might be of more interest to you. Markets such as ‘To Reach The Quarter-Finals’, or ‘To Qualify From Their Group’, may be better options for teams which are considered outsiders but may have a favourable draw.
We’ll be taking a look at some of the main contenders to lift the European Championship trophy in 2024 and picking out a few bets which have value from our predictions.
France, the 2018 World Champions, progressed through their qualifying campaign almost flawlessly, collecting 22 points from 24 in a tough group that featured the Netherlands. Didier Deschamps’ squad, captained by Kylian Mbappe, is sure to be the team to beat in Group D, where they will be up against Austria, the Netherland and a play-off winner, potentially Wales.
Verdict: The team to beat.
England, with their Euro 2024 winner odds trimmed to 7/2 from 4/1, secured a favourable draw in Group C alongside Denmark, Slovenia, and Serbia. Their Euro 2024 campaign gets underway with a clash against Serbia in Gelsenkirchen, followed by encounters with Denmark and Slovenia. Despite a hiccup in a chilly North Macedonia, in a game they unexpectedly drew 1-1, the Three Lions, who boast an unbeaten 2023, will aim to go one further than they did at Euro 2020. With a full strength squad and considering they finished 2nd at Euro 2020 followed by reaching the quarter-finals of the World Cup two years later, Gareth Southgate’s side stand every chance of claiming their first ever European Championship trophy in what could be the final year in charge for the England manager.
Verdict: Every chance of going far.
As hosts, Germany enter the tournament with high expectations, yet their recent form under Julian Nagelsmann does raise some concerns. Home nations tend to do well in big tournaments but there are challenges ahead for the hosts having been drawn into Group A with Switzerland, Hungary, and Scotland. With just one win in their last six on home turf, an upturn in form is required if they’re going to use being the home nation to their advantage.
Verdict: No thanks.
Portugal, led by Cristiano Ronaldo and guided by manager Roberto Martinez, qualified for the tournament with 10 wins from 10 games. Scoring an impressive 32 goals in the process and conceding just 2. Their pre-tournament odds of 7/1 put them as serious contenders and they are definitely not to be written off. With a wealth of Premier League talent, including Bruno Fernandes, Bernardo Silva, and Ruben Dias, Portugal could progress in Group F ahead of Turkey and the Czech Republic, and you would be foolish to under estimate them against some of the biggest teams in the tournament should they reach the knockout stages.
Verdict: Strong worth considering. However, odds fairly reflect their chances.
Spain’s squad features a mixture of youth and experience under Luis de la Fuente. Despite setbacks like Gavi’s injury, La Roja remains a force to be reckoned with in Group B against Italy, Croatia, and Albania. It’s certainly not the easiest group to progress from, but with a talented squad and a good record in this competition (1st, 1st, 10th, 3rd in the last four tournaments), no one would be surprised to see Spain reach the later stages of Euro 2024.
Verdict: Contenders but better options available.
Belgium, with odds at 11/1, signed off their qualifying campaign with a 5-0 win at home to Azerbaijan,with star striker Romelu Lukaku bagging four goals. While lacking the depth of previous years, Belgium possess world-class talent and it would be a disappointment for them not to top Group E ahead of Slovakia, Romania. Should they achieve that, they’d be just four wins away from victory.
Verdict: Lots of potential. Rarely produce the goods to go all the way.
Italy, defending champions, face the challenge of maintaining their Euro crown at odds at 14/1. They will have to find a bit of form before the summer to stand a chance given that they’ve been drawn in the same group as Spain & Croatia.
Verdict: Don’t write them off but current form is a big concern.
The Netherlands, led by Ronald Koeman, are priced at 16/1. They were one of our outsider tips to reach the final of the 2022 World Cup at 13/2, and although they were eliminated in the quarters, they did show some good football. They finished 2nd behind France in qualifying with 6 wins & 2 losses. They could be up against it again, being drawn against France in the main draw, but odds of 16/1 will be enough to tempt some into having a small wager.
Verdict: Improvement needed but they have potential.
Croatia are persistent challengers in all major tournaments. They’re priced at 25/1 but are drawn alongside Spain and Italy. However, I wouldn’t be surprised to see them make it out of Group B and so a small wager on them reaching the quarter, or semi-finals, is definitely worth considering.
Verdict: 7/1 to reach the semi’s or 9/4 the quarters is worth a look at.
Turkey having impressed in the qualifiers, emerge as dark horses at 66/1. They finished top of their group with victories against both Croatia and Wales, and are one of the outsiders to ponder over.
Verdict: Tempting odds to reach the reach the quarter-finals.
Scotland have been drawn into Group A along with the hosts Germany, Hungary and Switzerland. It’s a tough ask for Steve Clarke’s side but reaching the knockouts isn’t unachievable. The Tartan Army are priced at 80/1 pre-tournament to go all the way but your money is best kept in your pocket for that one.
It’s rare for an outsider to go all the way in the Euros, although it does happen. Greece defeated Portugal in the final of 2004, and were priced at 50/1 prior to the tournament starting.
France and England are rightly favourites. Along with squads filled with world-class players, they’re consistent performers, which puts them ahead of other likely contenders at the moment such as Germany, Italy and Belgium. I’m leaning slightly more towards France and pre-tournament odds of 4/1 are reasonable.
Portugal could be contenders but I do wish they were at slightly greater odds than 8/1. They had a great qualifying campaign but I’m not fully convinced that they can turn over the best of teams consistently throughout the knockouts. However, I think they’ll give it a good go and they make a great choice if you’re looking to back a team at slightly higher odds than the favourites.
To Win Euro 2024: France @ 4/1
To Reach The Semi Finals: Portugal @ 6/4
To Reach The Quarter-Finals: Croatia @ 9/4
The Euro 2024 draw took place at the beginning of December and all qualified teams have now been designated a group. Currently, 22 teams have officially qualified with a further 3 to be added following the final playoff games in March.
Now that the Euro 2024 groups have been decided, we can start looking at which teams are more likely to progress based on the teams they have been drawn into their groups with.
In total, there are six groups, featuring four teams in each.
|Euro 2024 Group A
The hosts Germany are clear favourites to win Group A but in my opinion, it’s certainly not a sure bet and I wouldn’t be taking them as short as 2/5 to top the table.
Looking at the other three teams for the ‘To Qualify’ market, and I can’t pick between them. I wouldn’t be surprised to see any of them make it through to the knockout stages and so this is a group I’ll be leaving alone from a betting perspective.
|Euro 2024 Group B
Group B is an incredibly tough one to call. However, there may be some value to be had.
Spain are the favourites at odds just shy of evens to win the group, which I think is fair. However, I’d take Croatia to qualify at odds of 7/10 over that. If you disregard Albania, I think Croatia have a good chance against Italy who’s form has been very inconsistent since winning this tournament a few years ago. Croatia always put in a shift in big tournaments and I can see them reaching the quarter-finals, or possibly further, once again.
|Euro 2024 Group C
Gareth Southgate’s England feature in Group C along with Denmark, Serbia and Slovenia. It would be considered a failure if England finished anywhere other than top of this group despite both Denmark and Serbia having the ability to cause an upset. One thing you get with England is consistency and they’re incredibly hard to beat. They should have enough to finish top and head into the knockouts with what we hope will be a favourable draw.
Denmark (1/3) and Serbia (8/13) will likely battle it out as the other team to qualify but prices on neither of the two stand out as value bets.
|Euro 2024 Group D
This group should finish in a similar way to Group B in qualifying with France top and the Netherlands 2nd. Netherlands do have the potential to pip France to the top spot but it’s more than likely we’ll see the two-time European Championship winners head into the knockouts as group winners.
|Euro 2024 Group E
Belgium should be pleased they were drawn into Group E as it looks like one of the least competitive groups on paper. I’m never confident about backing Belgium, as they’ve failed to live up to potential over the years, but they should make it out of this group with ease and set themselves up with a place in the knockouts.
|Euro 2024 Group F
I’m backing Portugal to have a good tournament this year. They were superb throughout qualifying and if they can take that form into the tournament, they should have enough to progress to the later stages of the competition. Turkey may prove to be worthy competitors and I expect them to finish head of the Czech Republic to claim the 2nd spot.
England head into Euro 2024 as one of the favourites, priced at 7/2 ahead of France (4/1), hosts Germany (7/1) and Spain (8/1).
Southgate’s side reached the final of Euro 2020 and were knocked out in the quarter-finals of the 2022 World Cup. Both of those games were winnable and many will argue that England should have gone on to win on both occasions. However, a new challenge is ahead of the Three Lions, guided by Gareth Southgate who will take charge in his fourth major tournament as manager.
Can England secure a major men’s trophy, ending a drought that dates back to the 1966 World Cup?
There’s a good chance that this could be Southgate’s last opportunity to clinch glory as England’s manager. With a record marked by near-misses in recent tournaments, he’ll no doubt be feeling the pressure and the obligation to bring a trophy home.
Southgate’s contract ends in December 2024 and England’s final standing at the Euro’s may influence whether he continues as manager or not. Failure to reach the later stages of the tournament may result in calls for change, however, returning home with a trophy may be the perfect time for Southgate to step aside with his head held high.
Every manager has tactics which are often recognisable. Southgate is no different. However, his tactics have often undergone scrutiny by fans, especially when England have taken the lead and proceeded to somewhat ‘park the bus’. Of course, not much praise is given when these tactics pay off, but they have cost England in some major games. Croatia at the 2018 World Cup and Italy at Euro 2020 spring to mind.
The irritation comes due to England having a host of talented attacking players. Many who are yet to display their full potential in an England shirt. Harry Kane, Phil Foden, Buyako Saka, Jude Bellingham, Marcus Rashford and several others, all have goals in them, and it would be great to see them playing with a bit more freedom for 90 minutes without the defensive mindset once they get a goal lead.
Another annoyance some fans have towards Southgate is his loyalty to certain players who some believe may not be the best for the job. Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson are regulars on Southgate’s teamsheet despite one having a dismal domestic season and the other now 33 and playing in Saudi. Kalvin Phillips has also not been getting regular minutes for Manchester City but makes his way into the squad. That’s not to say that all three aren’t good players, but the managers loyalty to some can be fairly questioned should other options be available.
Many would like to see Southgate get the balance right in this tournament. Possibly with tactics aimed slightly more at the attacking front compared to those shown in previous competitions. It’s difficult to get right in different scenarios but he’s proven he’s close to getting it spot on and with this possibly being Southgate’s last chance as England manager, we might see a bit more from England in Germany this year.
So, can England win Euro 2024?
Of course they can.
They have one of the best squad of players in the tournament and have proved in recent years that they can make it through to the final stages of major tournaments.
There will undoubtably be challenges ahead of them should they progress out of their group, with several of the top teams including France, Portugal, Spain, and others, all looking to stand in their way. But there’s no reason why England can’t come out on top this year and go one better than in previous tournaments.
Let’s hope this is England’s year and we send Gareth Southgate off, should he decide to go, with a trophy in the cabinet and his head held high.
While top scorer odds are yet to be released, expect our predictions to spotlight key players like Kylian Mbappe and Harry Kane as front-runners, along with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku. A few outsiders may also be thrown into the mix on each way terms.
Football tipster Liam Johnson has had great success with his top scorer predictions for major tournaments such as the Euros and World Cup and will be sharing his tips in the weeks leading up to the competition once the squad have been released.
All of our Euro 2024 tips come from our in-house football expert, Liam Johnson. Liam has been providing football tips to WhichBookie visitors for several years and has had great success throughout that time, landing some huge winners.
Liam will be sharing his Euro 2024 predictions for each game taking place throughout both the group stages and the knockouts.
With several games taking place each day throughout the tournament, there are plenty of opportunities for Euro 2024 Accas.
As well as Match Result, Correct Score, BTTS and Card Betting tips, keep an eye out for daily accumulator tips on WhichBookie throughout the tournament.
Alongside tips for every game, you’ll also find match previews. We’ll be covering every fixture throughout Euro 2024 and sharing previews which feature recent form, expected lineups, injury news, tactical predictions and more.