Euro 2016

France v Germany

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The second semi looks like it could well overshadow the final itself, between the in-form hosts France and the World Champions Germany.Read more

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France v Iceland

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Monday morning will see the last quarter final match being played at the UEFA Euro Championships, between host nation France and giant killers Iceland.Read more

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Euro 2016 betting tips and odds with Tom Waterhouse

Welcome to the Tom Waterhouse Euro 2016 betting preview and analysis page. Here you will find all you need to get you ready for the UEFA European Championships 2016 – Euro betting predictions, Euro 2016 previews for all the games and UEFA Euro betting odds. We cover every angle of the upcoming tournament, using expert opinion, as well as analysis of team form and statistics. We aim to provide you with the most up to date sports betting tips so that you can make an informed choice on euro tournament betting.

The Euros: showcasing the best in European international football for 50 years

The UEFA European Championship has been in existence for over half a century now. It takes place in June/July every four years, at various locations around the European continent. France are the 2016 hosts, with Stade de France, Paris, staging the final on 10TH July. Spain are the current champions, having won the tournament for a third time in 2012. This year’s Euro Championships will be the first to feature the expanded 24 team format (formerly 16 teams), and that has led to the nations like Iceland, Northern Ireland and Albania qualifying for the first time. They will join the usual European Superpowers of soccer: Spain, Germany, France, England and Italy, as well as a new wave of teams that have grown in stature over the last decade: Croatia, Belgium and Poland. Germany, Spain and France will be considered early betting favourites for Euro 2016. They have plenty of talent in their squads, including Toni Kroos, Anders Iniesta and Antoine Griezmann. Get all the latest UEFA Euro 2016 betting odds right here at Tom Waterhouse, with Euro 2016 expert analysis for all the games.

Complete Euro 2016 coverage and betting previews at Tom Waterhouse

Like all international tournaments the better teams usually win out in the end. But shocks can happen in the Euros. Denmark (1992) and Greece (2004) were both unfancied, but both became big odds European Championship winners. Many are tipping Belgium to perhaps emulate these underdogs in 2016, they have a young side bursting with talent and could really pressure the dominance of Spain, Germany and the rest. This is sure to be a cracking tournament, with 51 games played across the month. Remember to visit Tom Waterhouse to get the most comprehensive Euro 2016 previews as well as Euro betting predictions that are second to none.