Punters Set Their Sights On England For First Euros Win

After the latest round of Euro 2016 qualifying fixtures, Germany, who last won the Euros in 1996, remain the 3/1 favourites to win outright as they continue to dominate Group D and are now as shorts as 1/66 to claim the group victory.

England, who have already qualified, maintained their unbeaten record in Group E and are 10/1 shots to win Outright. Austria secured their spot in the tournament with at 4-1 win over Sweden, but face odds of 50/1, alongside Wales, to go all the way.

Hosts France are Germany’s main rivals as they lie second in the Outright betting at 4/1 with reigning champions Spain priced at 6/1 and Belgium on offer at 9/1.

The Republic of Ireland remain in contention to win Group D, but are massive 66/1 outsiders. However qualification is still up for grabs and the Boys in Green are receiving strong support from punters at 6/4 to qualify.

Scotland can dash the Republic of Ireland’s qualifying hopes although at strong odds of 1/20 not to qualify and 15/2 to qualify it may not be the struggle that is expected for Martin O’Neill’s men to make it out of the group.

Northern Ireland have a one point lead at the top of Group F and look set for their first ever appearance in the Euros at 1/16 to qualify.

Germany continue to head the betting, but punters have been steering clear opting for Hosts France instead at 4/1.

England have also been subject to some support as they continue their 100% win record in the groups.

It’s going to be a sweat for the Republic of Ireland over the final two fixtures in Group D, however punters have faith and are firmly backing the Boys In Green to make good on their 6/4 price to qualify and nab a spot in the 2016 Euros.

*Prices correct at time of publication.