With the Euro 2024 tournament less than a month away, football lovers are bracing up for another mouthwatering encounter as 24 teams jostle for the most coveted prize in European football. Fans and sports betting enthusiasts are anticipating a thrilling competition with endless possibilities. For the fans, they will be hoping to see their team go all the way to the grand finale while betting enthusiasts will be looking for the best Euro 2024 odds to enhance their winning potential. Whichever side you belong to, one thing is sure, this is going to be an interesting tournament from start to finish. As we countdown to the showdown, it is important to take a look at some of the teams in order to have  an insight into who will win the Euro 2024 Championship. Meanwhile, if you want to try your hands on some Euro 2024 predictions, you can find some free betting tips at the best Telegram betting channels for Euro 2024.


Germany are hosting the tournament for the third time and are looking to do better than the last edition when they were knocked out at the round of 16, following a 2-0 loss to England. They are aiming to win the European Championships as hosts for the first time since France did the same back in 1984. Also, Naggelsmann’s men will be hoping being on home soil will tilt things in their favour as they hunt for their first European title since 1996.

The Germans have been underwhelming in major tournaments since lifting the 2014 World Cup.  They are practically in a major crisis period at the moment having lost five times in their past eight games. With an array of stars like Ilkay Gündogan, Joshua Kimmich, Leroy Sané and Jamal Musiala, Germany can still put up a good showing at the Euros, but they must put this dismal form behind them. Based on their current form, their group opponents and their knockout fixture pathway, they will have a tough nut to crack in this competition.


Spain are in Group B alongside 2018 World Cup runners up Croatia, current champions Italy and underdogs Albania.

Luis de la Fuente’s side has an impressive lineup of talents like the prolific Álvaro Morata, Robin Le Normand and Aymeric Laporte. The 2010 World Cup winners will be gunning for a 4th European title having won it in 1964, 2008 and 2012.  In the last edition, they lost in the Semi Finals to eventual winners Italy. Here, they will be looking to go all the way; however, they have a very tough group to navigate.

The Croatians, with the veteran Modric, experienced Kovacic and other talented players, can definitely be a huge stumbling block to Spain’s dream. Also, while the defending Champions are not at their best at the moment,  they can still pull some strings against Spain in the Group fixtures. So, despite their experience and talented squad, Spain’s chances appear slim due to the tough opponents they will face in the Group stage.


Cristiano Ronaldo is on the path of setting a Euro record after being named in Portugal’s 26-man 2024 squad

Ronaldo, five-time Ballon d’Or winner will be featuring in his 11th major international tournament at the age of 39.

Having made his first appearance 20 years ago, Ronaldo will be making a record sixth appearance at the men’s continental championship. He went off injured after 25 minutes in the 2016 final when his country lifted their first continental title.

He currently holds the men’s world record for caps (206) and international goals (128) and will be hoping to end his career in style by leading his side to the title.

Ronaldo’s confidence will be bolstered by the presence of Bruno Fernandes, Bernardo Silva, Rúben Dias, João Félix, Diogo Jota and a host of other players who equally want to write their names in the history books.

With Turkey, Georgia, and Czech Republic as Group opponents, Portugal will believe they have a chance of making the knockout phase. The opponent they phase in the subsequent knockout games will determine how far they will go.


The best betting sites for Euro 2024 have already pegged England  and France as favourites to win with odds of 4.50 and 4.55 respectively. The Three Lions have also one of the finest squads heading into this tournament. Jude Bellingham, Phill Foden and of course Harry Kane are some of the shining stars in Gareth Southgate’s team. The fans will hope that they scale the hurdle this time and win the first European title and the first major trophy since the 1966 World Cup triumph. Having missed out on the title at the last edition, Southgate’s will be aiming for the title this time around. However, given their failure in  knockout games in the last editions of the tournament, it is very hard to see the Three Lions winning the trophy this year.


France on the other hand will be highly motivated by the desire to clinch a first major title since winning the World Cup in 2018. They are in Group D with Poland, Netherlands, Austria and  France.

At the last World Cup in Qatar, the Les Blues lost in a dramatic penalty shootout against Argentina following a thrilling 3-3 draw after extra time. Now, Didier Deschamps is on the cusp of history again as he looks to win the Euros having already won it as a player back in 2000. He will be hoping to make this history just as he did when he won the World Cup as a manager and player in 2018 and 1998 respectively. Kylian Mbappe leads the way for the French as he looks to marshall for another triumphant European campaign for the first time in 24 years. Olivier Giroud and Antoine Griezmann will add to the squad’s goal scoring and attacking threat at the Euros.

The European Championship is a very competitive tournament and one cannot rule out upsets by teams that can spring some surprises. However, the quality, hunger and motivation of some teams make them more firmly positioned for the title than others. Based on this, you can back France to win the trophy using the Euro 2024 odds of 4.55. You can place an outright bet and back France to win using any of the best Euro 2024 bonuses right here.