Euro 2020 Predictions, Betting Tips and Odds
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Today’s Euro 2020 Predictions and Betting Tips
Find the latest Euro 2020 predictions and betting tips from our experts below, updated daily including every match for England, Scotland and Wales.
Euro 2020 Live Betting Information
- Italy are unbeaten in 33 matches.
- Of the 51 matches so far in Euro 2020 there have been 16 draws, excluding extra time (31%).
- Both teams scored in normal time in 25 of the 51 matches in the tournament (49%).
- 75% of quarter final matches finished with BTTS.
- 100% of the semi-finals and final finished with BTTS.
Win to Nil
- 23 of 51 matches (45%) were won to nil.
- England kept the most normal time clean sheets of any team in the tournament (5).
- The most common correct scores in the tournament (normal time) were 1-0 and 1-1, which both happened 9 times.
- The next most common scoreline was 2-0 (6 times). This was followed by 2-1 (5 times) and 3-0 (5 times).
- There were 14 different scorelines in 51 matches (normal time).
- Cristiano Ronaldo and Patrik Schick shared the golden boot with 5 goals each.
- There were 11 own goals in the tournament – the highest ever number at a European Championship.
Over/Under 0.5 Goals
- 94% of matches in Euro 2020 so far have finished with over 0.5 goals in normal time.
Over/Under 1.5 Goals
- Netherlands were the only team to finish with a 100% over 1.5 goals record in the tournament.
- 76% of matches (39/51) in the tournament finished with at least 2 goals.
- 100% of quarter final and semi final matches as well as the final, finished with over 1.5 goals.
Over/Under 2.5 Goals
- There were 94 goals in 36 matches in the group stage – an average of 2.6 goals/game.
- The Last 16 had 23 goals in 8 matches (2.9 per match) in normal time and 29 AET (3.6 per match).
- 75% of quarter final matches finished with over 2.5 goals. There was an average of 3 goals per game.
- 100% of semi final matches, and the final finished with under 2.5 goals.
- There were 135 goals in normal time at Euro 2020 – an average of 2.6 goals per game.
Over/Under 3.5 Goals
- Denmark were the top scorers in normal time with 12 goals.
- Spain have scored 11 goals in normal time and 13 if extra time is included.
- 26 of 36 matches (72%) of group stage matches finished with under 3.5 goals.
- 38% of last 16 matches finished with over 3.5 goals after normal time.
- 75% of last quarter final matches finished with under 3.5 goals.
- Italy were the only team in the competition with a 100% record of under 3.5 goals.
Over/Under 4.5 Goals
- 86% of Euro 2020 group stage matches finished with under 4.5 goals.
- 75% of last 16 matches finished with under 4.5 goals.
- 100% of quarter final and semi final matches, as well as the final, finished with under 4.5 goals.
Over/Under 5.5 Goals
- 97% of Euro 2020 group stage matches finished with under 5.5 goals.
- 25% of last 16 matches finished with over 5.5 goals.
Team to Score First
- England were the only team at the tournament to take the lead 5 times in normal time.
- Raheem Sterling scored the first goal three times in the tournament.
Is this Euro 2020 or Euro 2021?
Due to Covid-19, Euro 2020 was postponed and will now be played in summer 2021, from 11th June to 11th July. UEFA are still officially referring to the tournament as Euro 2020 though. All 24 teams which qualified for the original tournament will still be playing in the 2021 version of the tournament.
How does the Euro 2020 format work?
Euro 2020 will be contested by 24 teams, split into six groups of 4. The top 2 teams will automatically qualify (12 teams in total) while the 4 teams with the most points who finish 3rd in their groups will also qualify.