|We saw the given odds from 2016 ( quater finals ) to 2021 opening odds for current top 8 market movers ... |
France marginally staying within the range of $3-$5
England from $11 drops to $6.75
Beglium rise from $6 to $8
Italy from $18 drop to $9
Germany in team transition rise from $5 to $9.25
Spain rise from $6 to $9.5
Portugal defending champion push up from $13 to $9.75
Netherlands ( new comer ) hit the market at $17
Based on odds market, France, England and Italy look very strong this year as compared to 2016 odds movements on the outright. Porugal as a defending champion should stand around $6 but unfortunately it was rated as $9, we leave this team out
The likes of Karim Benzema, Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba, Antoine Griezmann, Hugo Lloris and Raphael Varane, Dayot Upamecano, Tanguy Ndombele, Nabil Fekir and Houssem Aouar, etc. make France a certain contender for the tournament. They are the overwhelming favourites, as per many experts and pundits of the game, and will give other teams a certain run for their money. They have a good synchronisation among their defenders and strikers along with great quality at their disposal, with plenty of options to choose from, plus their attacking game will challenge other sides.
The Gareth Southgate-led England football team is easily one of the top contenders. They have a good blend of young and experienced attacking players, giving them a perfect balance and depth. With the presence of quality players, such as striker Harry Kane, Jadon Sancho, Jack Grealish, Marcus Rashford, and Raheem Sterling along with young guns in Phil Foden, Mason Mount, and Mason Greenwood, etc.'s respective forms will be decisive to England's chances.
Roberto Mancini-led Italy can be termed as the underdogs for the tournament. Moving past their 2018 World Cup fiasco -- where they failed to qualify for the first time in 60 years -- they now have a culmination of the likes of Gianluigi Donnarumma, Moise Kean, Alessandro Bastoni, Giorgio Chiellini, Leonardo Bonucci, Marco Verratti, Ciro Immobile, Lorenzo Insigne, who are enough to challenge other teams and spoil their plans.
Federico Chiesa will be one to look out for. After his dream first season with Juventus, he doesn't look like one to get bogged down by the big stage atmosphere.