France, Germany Both 7/4 To Win Euro 2016

Published on July 6th, 2016 2:32 pm EST


Later today, the first semi-final match of the Euro 2016 tournament will be played between Portugal and Wales.

Tomorrow, the second semi-final match, a battle between old rivals Germany and France, will take place.

The general consensus is that the game between France and Germany is the "real" final, and that the winner will easily dispatch the victor of the Wales vs Portugal match. Stranger things have happened, however, and Wales has been receiving a great deal of money from punters heading into the final games of the tournament.


Here are the odds to win Euro 2016 as of this moment:

France, 7/4
Germany, 7/4
Portugal, 10/3
Wales, 8/1

As you can see, bookmakers are saying that the winner of Germany v France has a strong chance of winning the title.

Portugal, though, has been decidedly hard to dispatch of in this tournament. Portugal has not had an easy game so far, but they are just one game away from the finals. With one of the best players in the world on their roster, you can never really count out Portugal.

Wales, on the other hand, is playing with a tremendous amount of momentum and also has one of the best players in the world on their side. With nothing to lose, Wales could be extremely dangerous for the likes of Portugal and whoever they may square off against in the finals.


This should be a fantastic couple of games that are set to take place over the next couple of days - enjoy!

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