Euro 2024 Predictions

Welcome to our Euro 2024 predictions page, where you can find our exclusive analysis and predictions ahead of each match in this competition. Follow our Euro 2024 predictions here.

Group A: Germany, Scotland, Hungary, Switzerland
For their home Euro, Germany are among the title contenders and logically figure as group favourites, with odds of 1.35 to finish top. Behind them, the field is evenly balanced between Switzerland, Hungary and Scotland. The Helvetians may be the group’s second favourites (6.00), but they’ll have to watch out for Dominik Szoboszlai’s team (8.50), who could have their say in the battle for second place. Further back, the Scots (11.00) seem to have too few players to reach the quarter-finals. A Germany/Hungary qualifying bet is possible at odds of 3.50.
Group B: Italy, Spain, Croatia, Albania
In the group of death, it’s the young Spanish national team that is favored by bookmakers with odds of 1.80. Lesser-known as one of the Euro favourites, La Roja are in with a shout of securing a place in the last four. Italy (3.00), who are close to missing out on the competition in which they are the reigning champions, arrive with few points to prove, but could spring a surprise as they did 4 years ago. Croatia (5.00), always present at major tournaments despite an aging generation, have every chance of securing their ticket for the final stages, given the Squadra azura’s current difficulties. Albania (25.00), who were very unlucky in the draw, are likely to suffer in their 3 group matches.
Group C: England, Denmark, Serbia, Slovenia
The main title favourites, Jude Bellingham’s England (1.35), are in a group well within the Three Lions’ reach. For their part, Denmark (5.00) must take advantage of their opening match against Slovenia (15.00), the group’s minnows, to get ahead of their direct qualification rivals, Serbia (8.00). Still buoyed by their playmaker, Christian Eriksen, the Danes seem best equipped to accompany the English into second place. Finally, the Slovenians seem to have a squad that’s too shaky to make it out of Group C. With Jan Oblak and Benjamin Sesko both on their own, they won’t be enough to secure a place in the last 16. We’re favouring an England/Denmark double-header at odds of 2.00.
Group D: France, Netherlands, Austria, Poland
Didier Deschamps’ selection is the bookmakers’ favorite in Group D, with odds of 1.55 for Les Bleus. Even if the Netherlands (3.60) can threaten this first place, the withdrawals of Frenkie De Jong and Koopmeiners have already weakened this selection, which has suffered numerous disappointments in recent major competitions. Austria (8.00) could take advantage of these major losses to snatch second place from the Oranje. Although the Austrian team is progressing in the shadows, their good results over the last few months could give them a role to play in this group. Last but not least, Poland (14.00) are likely to have lost their two regular strikers in their last match, notably Robert Lewandowski to injury. Both bad news for the Poles, who were already looking inferior to their opponents.
Group E: Belgium, Ukraine, Romania, Slovakia
Belgium (1.50) seem to be on their own in Group E, where the battle for second place is likely to be very interesting. Ukraine, who qualified via the play-offs, could be the surprise package of this Euro, with a young squad boasting talented players such as Artem Dovbyk, who is coming off a great season with Gerona, and Mudryk, who scored the qualifying goal. We’ll also have to keep an eye on the Romanians (7.50), who don’t have any great players, but who make up for it with a selection driven by a close-knit team, which enabled them to finish top of their qualifying group. We prefer a double qualification Belgium/Ukraine, which allows you to double your bet (2.25). Slovakia (9.00) seems to us to be a cut above its two rivals for the second qualifying place.
Group F: Portugal, Georgia, Turkey, Czech Republic
In a group largely within their reach, Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal (1.40) should have no trouble topping their group after their first three matches. One team, Georgia (20.00), could well be a spoilsport after their historic play-off qualification. Willy Sagnol’s players continue to surprise, with attacking duo Mikautadze-Kvaratskhélia shining on the European stage. They will have to overcome the Turks (5.00), who are logically still favored by the bookmakers behind the Portuguese. The Czech Republic (7.00), who are trying to rebuild with a new generation of players, may lack the experience in the crucial moments to secure their place in the final phase. The best odds are 5.50 for Portugal and Georgia to qualify.

Who are the latestEuro winners?

1996GermanyCzech Republic
1980Germany (FRG)Belgium
1976CzechoslovakiaGermany (FRG)
1872Germany (FRG)USSR

The Italian national team won the last tournament to be held in 2021 (but originally scheduled for 2020) by beating England on penalties at Wembley. This marked Italy’s second European Championship title, following their victory in 1968. However, the Squadra Azzura is not the most successful nation in Europe. Indeed, Spain and Germany do better, with 3 titles each. La Roja are the only team to have won back-to-back European Championships, in 2008 and 2012. France, meanwhile, has won it twice: the first time in 1984, led by the great Platini, who scored 9 goals; and in 2000, thanks to Trezeguet’s golden goal. Other nations have had the privilege of lifting the trophy. These include Portugal in 2016, France against Les Bleus and, to everyone’s surprise, Greece in 2004.

RankCountryNumber of shares
8Czech Republic1

Euro 2024 prediction: who will be champion?


France and England are favourites for the final victory thanks to their recent performances in international competitions: the final of the 2022 World Cup for Les Bleus and the final of the last Euro for the Three Lions. Germany occupy3rd position, being at home at this European Championship. The Mannschaft will be keen to make up for their early elimination in the group phase at the last World Cup (for the second time in succession). Portugal, for their part, are outsiders with a golden generation and one of the best squads in the world. Italy, absent from Qatar but reigning champions, will be keen to retain their title in Germany, but this will be no easy task in view of contenders such as the Netherlands, who have been in the hunt for a trophy since 1988, and Croatia,3rd at the World Cup.

How to predict Euro 2024?

1Analyze the stats: Before making your Euro 2024 1X2 predictions, take the time to analyze the teams’ stats, such as recent performances, home and away results, goals scored and conceded, etc. This will give you a better understanding of the teams’ strengths and weaknesses. This will give you a better understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the teams involved.
At the last Euro, there were 27% draws.
2Take absences into account: Injuries, suspensions or the absence of key players can have a significant impact on a team’s performance. Be sure to check the information on absences before making your Euro 2024 prediction.
We all know the importance of goalscorers at the Euros. France is not the same with or without Mbappé, nor is Portugal without Cristiano Ronaldo or England without Kane.
3Consider head-to-head matches: Previous matches between two teams can provide interesting clues for your Euro 2024 prediction. Take into account past results and performances in head-to-head encounters.
4Consider the context for your Euro 2024 predictions: Take into account the stakes of the match, such as the race to the second round or the final phase. These factors can influence the motivation and intensity of the teams.
5Keep up to date with the latest team news, injuries, suspensions, coaching changes and more. This information can have an impact on team performance.
The psychological shock of a change of coach can give a team a boost. Just as the absence of a top scorer or top passer can cripple a team.
6Study styles of play: Every team has its own style of play. Try to understand the tactics and patterns used by teams to predict how they might perform in a given match.
7Manage your bankroll: When placing a Euro 2024 bet, it’s important to manage your bankroll responsibly. Set yourself a dedicated sports betting budget and never bet more than you can afford to lose.
It is generally recommended not to exceed 5% of your bankroll.

How does the Euro work?

👉 The European Football Championship, commonly known as the Euro, follows the format of a classic 24-strong competition.
👉 Qualifying : Before the final tournament, national teams must qualify in a qualification phase. Nations are divided into groups and play each other in two-legged matches. The 2 best countries in each group qualify for the Euro, as do the 4 best third-placed teams.
👉 Group phase: The Euro begins with a group phase. Qualifying nations are divided into groups of four teams each. Each country plays the other teams in its group once. The top two teams in each group and the best third-placed teams qualify for the knockout phase.
👉 Knockout phase: From the round of 16 onwards, teams play knockout matches, comprising the round of 16, quarter-finals, semi-finals and final. In the event of a tie at the end of regulation time, extra time and possibly a penalty shoot-out may be used to decide the tie.
👉 Final: The two teams who qualify for the final compete for the title of European champion. The final is usually the last match of the tournament and takes place in a pre-selected stadium.

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