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Euro 2020 Group F betting tips: Group of Death tough to call

| 27.05.2021
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Preview and odds for Group F

The European Championship begins on June 11 and we are assessing the prospects of the teams in Group F.

Here we look at the schedule and pick out some potential Euro 2020 Group F betting tips before the tournament gets under way.

Euro 2020 Group F fixtures

June 15: Hungary v Portugal (Budapest)

June 15: France v Germany (Munich)

June 19: Hungary v France (Budapest)

June 19: Portugal v Germany (Munich)

June 23: Germany v Hungary (Munich)

June 23: Portugal v France (Budapest)

Euro 2020 Group F odds

It would be fair to call Group F the ‘Group of Death’ as it contains past winners of the tournament in Germany, France and Portugal.

Germany have the advantage of playing all of their group games in Munich, including against Hungary who play their other two fixtures in Budapest.

Hungary are outsiders to win the group at 33/1 and are 4/1 to qualify for the next stage and head coach Marco Rossi knows his side will have their work cut out against more fancied opponents.

RB Leipzig centre-back Willi Orban, who led Hungary’s scoring charts in qualifying with three goals, will know many of his opponents when they take on Germany in Munich on June 23 having faced them in the Bundesliga.

With only eight goals in qualifying, it is no surprise Hungary are 9/2 favourites to be the lowest-scoring team at Euro 2020, needing play-off wins over Bulgaria and Iceland to reach the finals.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Germany will want to give coach Joachim Low a winning send-off before he leaves his post to be replaced by Hansi Flick.

In order to do that Germany will have to get out of the group, which they are priced to do at 1/16 along with France, and then win the tournament which they can be backed to do at 8/1.

Bayern Munich winger Serge Gnabry is priced at 20/1 to be the tournament’s top scorer, ahead of Chelsea forward Timo Werner who is 25/1.

France are 9/2 joint-favourites to win the tournament along with England and an array of talent which includes Paris St Germain forward Kylian Mbappe, who is 8/1 to win the golden boot, needs little introduction.

Portugal’s hopes usually hang on one man and Cristiano Ronaldo is 12/1 to lead the scoring charts, with Portugal 3/1 to win Group F and 8/1 to take the tournament outright.

Unsettled at Juventus, a big tournament for Ronaldo could see him earn another big-money move and he is 18/1 to be named player of the tournament.

In summary, Group F is the strongest in the tournament and is priced at 8/5 favourite to produce the Euro 2020 winner.

View the latest Euro 2020 Group F odds

All odds and markets correct as of date of publication

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Stuart Walker