Euro 2020 group stages came to an exciting end, with Wales, Belgium, Denmark, England, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Italy, Austria, Czech Republic, Croatia, France, Portugal, Switzerland, Germany and Ukraine qualifying for the final 16 teams in the tournament. Here are the betting odds for the Euro 2020 round of 16 matches. The odds in this post are based on a report by Draftkings.
Wales vs. Denmark
Wales is a good value at +450 since -118 seems to be too big a margin to favour the Danes.
Italy vs. Austria
Austria has a solid backline with David Alaba and Stefan Lainer, but the Italians are rightfully favoured here at -195.
Netherlands vs. Czech Republic
Czech Republic: +450
The Netherlands is favoured to win after cruising through the group stage with three straight victories. That is not to say the Czech Republic are already down and out before it even starts. They finished the group stage with a 2-0 win, a 1-1 draw, and a narrow 1-0 loss against England.
Croatia vs. Spain
Spain is the favourite in this one to win over Croatia after their 5-0 victory over Slovakia in their final group stage match. Croatia finished the group stage 1-1-1, winning their final match against Scotland.
England vs. Germany
Germany finished second in Group F, defeating Hungary. They were able to take down Portugal in their second game after a 1-0 loss to France. England is only slightly favored here at +155 to Germany’s +205.
Belgium vs. Portugal
Portugal will be taking on Belgium, who went 3-0-0 in Group B. Belgium is favoured to win at +120.
France vs. Switzerland
The reigning World Cup champions are heavily favoured to beat Switzerland at -195.
Sweden vs. Ukraine
Sweden finished at the top of Group E, while Ukraine slipped through with the third-place spot in Group C.
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