Welcome to WinDrawwin's coverage of the Euro 2016 Finals in France. We will be providing you full coverage of the Euro 2016 Finals, in the run up and throughout the tournament between June 10th and July 10th, 2016.
Check out our Euro 2016 predictions section to see the latest odds and Euro 2016 betting markets.
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Check out the latest match odds, both teams to score odds and over/under 2.5 goals odds for all of the knockout stage games below.
Can France lift the trophy on home soil? They're certainly going to go into the trounament as favourites, if not second favourites alongside Germany. As with any host, they have not had to qualify, so one of their downfalls may be their lack of competitive games, but given France's performance in winning the World Cup in 1998 on home soil, a lot of bets will be going on the hosts and keeping their odds low.
Check out the latest Euro 2016 winner odds below and click any selection to add it straight to your bet slip.
|Euro 2016 Winner Odds|
The European Championships Top Goal Scorer does not always necessarily go to a player from the winning team. It all depends on which teams have favourable draws in the group stages.
For example, Portugal have been drawn in a relatively easy group compared to other teams, and face Austria, Hungary and Iceland. Cristiano Ronaldo may therefore be the tournament top scorer, but Portugal will probably go into the tournament 6th favourites to win it.
|Euro 2016 Top Goalscorer|
|Thomas Muller (Germany)||8.00|
|Antoine Griezmann (France)||9.00|
|Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal)||9.00|
|Olivier Giroud (France)||15.00|
|Harry Kane (England)||15.00|
|Robert Lewandowski (Poland)||17.00|
|Alvaro Morata (Spain)||19.00|
|Romelu Lukaku (Belgium)||21.00|
|Anthony Martial (France)||26.00|
|Mario Gomez (Germany)||26.00|
England go into another Euro 2016 Finals not on the best form (even if they did win all of their games in the group stages!) and with some strong competition. No game will be easy in this tournament, with all finalists qualifying through a tough qualifying campaign. Certainly the likes of Wales will pose England some problems in a group with Russia and Slovakia, England may not even make it out of the group stages if they do not get off to a good start.
|To Win Outright||9.50|
The Euro 2016 Finals kick off on June 10th, 2016 and run for 1 month until the Euro 2016 Final at the Stade de France, in Paris on July 10th, 2016.
Game kick off times vary - group stage games kick off between 15:00 and 21:00 local time meaning that most of Europe and Africa will be able to enjoy the games live during the evening, whereas for viewers in Asia the games will take place during the night.
24 teams will compete in the Euro 2016 Finals for the first time in history. The Finals previously contained only 16 teams.
The 24 teams in Euro 2016 will compete in 6 groups (Group A, B, C, D, E, and F).
The top 2 teams from each group progress to the knock out stages, and the 4 best 3rd placed teams from the group stages will join them, making 16 teams in the second round. This means than only 8 teams will exit the competition at the Group Stages.