The start of the European Championships is closing on us at present, so we thought we’d take a serious look at some of the bigger prices worth nibbling at.
I have made it no secret of my expectation that Belgium will have a deep run in the tournament, and I believe the bookies have made a serious mistake with the 11/1 (12.0) on offer for them to win the tournament.
This story is to inform you of much bigger prices however, and the outright winner and top goalscorer combined odds have some tasty offerings. To pick up a bonus for the upcoming tournament, you should take a look at all the offers at bestbettingwebsites.org.uk.
England have announced their squad for the tournament, and look to be heavily relying on their attackers to do the job. With the likes of Harry Kane, Wayne Rooney and Jamie Vardy all in top goalscoring for in 2016, combining any of the trio with Belgium to lift the trophy will return you a healthy sum. A Belgium/Vardy combination will return you 500/1 (501.0) SkyBet odds, Belgium/Rooney or Belgium/Kane will pay at 300/1 (301.0) BWin odds.
If you fancy England and Belgium to both do well also, you may prefer to also look at combing England with Romelu Lukaku, or Kevin De Bruyne at exciting odds also. England/Lukaku can be found at 200/1 (201.0) with BoyleSport, while England/KDB can be found at 300/1 (301.0) with Skybet.
You may think these outside shots are too hard to predict, and are looking for a simpler offering of am outside bet, so I will tempt you to look at Slovakia to do a Greece of 2004. They beat World Cup holders Germany 3-1 on Saturday, despite going down a goal within the opening 15 minutes of the match. 150/1 (151.0) is on offer for them to lift the trophy, which will pay a nice 75/1 (76.0) should you back them each-way and watch them lose in the final of the tournament.
What big prices do you like the look of?