Euro 2020 Betting: Plenty to Play for Beyond Winner Market

Harry Kane celebrating while playing for England in the Euros
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Betting Expert, James Pacheco

Last updated on 8th July 2021

Published: 08/07/2021

Categories: Football, News

England and Italy will contest the Euro 2020 final on Sunday night at Wembley, or in the early hours of Monday morning, if you’re in India,

The Euro winner’s trophy is of course the biggest prize of all and the one every player wants to get his hands on. But there are other awards still up for grabs and we’re about to talk you through them.

England marginal favourites for Euros glory

Indian bookmaker 10 CRIC make England the 2.55 favourites to win 90 minutes with Italy 3.0 and the draw available at 2.95 in the latest online sports betting odds.

Both teams were level in their respective semi-finals after 90 minutes, Italy needing penalties to get the better of Spain, while England managed to score in the first half of extra-time through skipper Harry Kane.

The draw has also been the final result in the last two games between these two sides so that’s another reason to think we could get another stalemate after 90 minutes.

That’s why those betting on the match may prefer to look at an overall winner rather than a 90-minute winner if they don’t want to bet on the draw.

It’s 1.83 that England win the Euros by any means, with Italy a bit bigger at 1.95.

Kane and Sterling in the hunt for Top Goalscorer honours

Two men on the field are still contenders to be the tournament’s top goalscorer. Harry Kane (4.0) is on four goals, while Raheem Sterling (17.0) has three.

Kane would need one goal to go level with Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal and Patrick Schick of the Czech Republic, who both have five.

If Kane gets one in the final, he’d be in a three-way tie for the winner; two goals and he’d win it outright.

Sterling would need two on Sunday just to go level with Ronaldo and Schick.

Sterling, Jorginho and Insigne can win the big one

Sterling and Kane are also contenders for Player of the Tournament. So say the real money odds on that betting market.

Sterling has three goals and played a role in both goals that England scored against Denmark.

His run into the box was what forced an own goal for the first and he won the penalty for the second. After good performances in all games and having scored all of England’s first three goals here, no wonder he’s the 2.5 favourite.

Kane is 4.75 but a goal from him in the final, especially if it’s in a winning cause, could put him in pole position to win the award.

But some Italian players have their own chances.

Jorginho (8.0) has been extremely solid throughout and scored the winning penalty in the shootout against Spain.

Skipper Giorgio Chiellini has marshalled the defence brilliantly, led by example and added some real calmness to the side so he has a chance, too.

As does Lorenzo Insigne (13.0). The tiny Napoli striker has been a livewire all tournament and though two goals in five games is decent rather than spectacular, he’s done a lot more than just score goals. A big game in the final and the little man will be considered for the biggest individual award, as well.

Donnarumma hot favourite for Young Player award

In the slightly less important Young player of the Tournament market, it’s Italy keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma who’s the man to beat.

10 CRIC makes him 1.66 to win the award, just reward for the 22-year old who could well leave AC Milan now that his contract has run out. There will be plenty of suitors.

English trio Bukayo Saka (9.00, Declan Rice (11.0) and Mason Mount (13.0) are the only other realistic contenders.