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Euro 2020 Results: How the tournament is unfolding with scouting reports

Our panel of experts give you the best punting pointers to take from each match

Wembley Way after England's semi-final victory over Denmark
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We will analyse every match at Euro 2020 and our team will provide betting insights to help you with your punts throughout the tournament.

Italy 1-1 England (Italy won 3-2 on penalties)

England got a dream start to their first major men's final for 55 years when Luke Shaw netted after just two minutes but that was as good as it got for Gareth Southgate's Three Lions.

They were the better team in the first half but Italy got to grips with the game after the break and stopped the space England were exploiting in wide areas.

As a consequence, England fell into a back five and few could have argued when Leonard Bonucci netted from close range.

Roberto Mancini's side looked the better outfit and the experience of Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini in particular meant England's threat was nullified.

Penalties was a step too far and in a final between the best two teams in the competition deservedly went to the Azzurri, while England's performances overall suggest it might not be so long before they feature in the final of a major tournament again.

England 1-1 Denmark (England won 2-1 after extra time)

It was an attritional first half between England and Denmark at Wembley but the Three Lions should expect a more open contest against Italy in the final.

Denmark aimed to win the physical battle against Gareth Southgate's men and their 3-4-3 formation was relatively compact but the Italians will play with more pace and freedom.

Goals could certainly therefore be on the cards but the better selection could be Raheem Sterling to score the first goal at 15-2.

The Manchester City man was superb at cutting open the Danish defence with his incisive runs and dangerous dribbles and could be a threat on the break if Italy play too high a line.

Italy 1-1 Spain (Italy won 4-2 on penalties), Wembley Stadium, London

This new-look Italy side need will need a sprinkling of that old defensive magic if they are to win Euro 2020. Veteran centre-back duo Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci really struggled with the movement of Spain, leading to La Roja winning the shot count 16-7. 

Whoever the Azzurri face in the final, it looks set to be an open game and over 2.5 goals could be worth considering, even with the stakes so high. There have been three goals or more in seven of the previous 15 European Championship deciders, including on Italy’s last appearance in the 2012 final when they lost 4-1 to Spain.

England 4-0 Ukraine, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

England cruised past Ukraine in the final quarter-final of Euro 2020. Harry Kane opened the scoring after just three minutes and England were comfortable from then on.

Kane and Harry Maguire fired two quick-fire goals just after half time before Jordan Henderson netted his first ever England goal to round off a comfortable victory for the Three Lions.

Kane is a best priced 8-1 to win the Golden Boot and needs just two more goals to go level with Patrick Schick and Cristiano Ronaldo, who are both out of the tournament.

Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark, Olympic Stadium, Baku

Denmark enjoyed control of this quarter-final from the moment Thomas Delaney handed them a fifth-minute lead and while the Czechs enjoyed plenty of space in the final third, it was no real surprise when Kasper Dolberg netted a second just before the break.

The cross from left-back Joakim Maehle for the second goal was the best piece of play in the game and the Atalanta wideman will have a big role to play during the remainder of their involvement.

The Czechs gained a foothold back in the game when five-goal Patrik Schick netted just after the interval, but they were unable to muster much else afterwards. Maybe belief was an issue, but they performed well to reach the last eight.

Belgium 1-2 Italy, Allianz Arena, Munich

Italy extended their remarkable unbeaten run to 32 games with their 2-1 quarter-final victory over Belgium and they are going to be a tough nut for Spain to crack.

An injury picked up to impressive full-back Leonardo Spinazzola, who has been one of Italy's star men, could be problematic and striker Ciro Immobile was uncharacteristically quiet.

But Federico Chiesa was a constant nuisance on the right flank and must keep his place ahead of Domenico Berardi, so could be one to back in the goalscorer markets. 

Marco Verratti was booked and has now been carded in four of his last seven appearances for club and country.

Switzerland 1-1 Spain (Spain won 3-1 on penalties), Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg

Spain have defied expectations at Euro 2020 to progress from the quarter-finals but they are not without their faults and will have their work cut out in the last four.

Even with Aymeric Laporte switching allegiance from France to Spain, Luis Enrique's men still look vulnerable at the back but despite netting 11 goals in their last three games, they still look short of quality in the final third.

Alvaro Morata's confidence will be an issue against stronger opponents and it could be worth backing the Spaniards at 5-6 to be knocked out in the semi-final stage of the competition.

Sweden 1-1 Ukraine (Ukraine won 2-1 after extra-time), Hampden Park, Glasgow

Ukraine had to sit back and soak up a lot of pressure in their win over Sweden and will be expected to do something similar in the quarter-finals against England. 

They did carry a threat on the counter-attack with Andriy Yarmolenko Ukraine’s main outlet, but the West Ham man failed to finish extra-time. The victory over Sweden looks to have come at a cost to Ukraine as they also lost Artem Besedin to injury and it is difficult to see them ending England’s run of clean sheets with so many walking wounded.

England 2-0 Germany, Wembley, London

England have not produced thrilling, expansive football at Euro 2020 but they shot to the top of the outright market after keeping a fourth straight clean sheet in the 2-0 last-16 win over Germany.

Raheem Sterling scored first for the third time in four games, at odds of 15-2, and it will be interesting to see what price he goes off at in the quarter-finals, having notched 15 times in his last 20 internationals. 

France 3-3 Switzerland (Switzerland won 5-4 on penalties), National Stadium, Bucharest

This was a sensational result for the Swiss but they looked out on their feet at the end and will need to dig deep to send Spain packing. They are scoring enough goals to suggest over 2.5 or both teams to score could be bets worth taking.

Croatia 3-3 Spain (Spain won 5-3 after extra time), Parken Stadium, Copenhagen

Spain's slick midfield always makes them a joy to watch and they are a cohesive unit with the talent to go far. However, defensively there are big concerns and it may pay to back both teams to score as long as they remain in the tournament.

Belgium 1-0 Portugal, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

Belgium edged through to a quarter-final against Italy but their attacking players produced little of note other than Thorgan Hazard's stunning winner.

Kevin De Bruyne went off injured early in the second half, Romelu Lukaku was an isolated figure up front for much of the contest, and their cautious approach hints at another low-scoring encounter with the Azzurri. No goalscorer copped in Italy's last-16 tie with Austria and could be a big runner again. 

Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic, Puskas Arena, Budapest

The red card at 0-0 for De Ligt made a big difference to this game but Czech Republic took full advantage. However, on the evidence of the tournament so far Denmark will really fancy their chances of progressing to the semi-finals now.

Italy 0-0 Austria (2-1 after extra-time), Wembley Stadium, London

This was a sub-standard performance from Italy after a faultless group campaign but they got there in the end. It was a big scare though. The fact both goals came from substitutes demonstrated the strength of Roberto Mancini's squad and that is a big plus. Every major tournament winner rides their luck at some point and this could prove a wake-up call for the Azzurri.

Denmark 4-0 Wales, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

This was a thumping and deserved win for Denmark, who came into the tournament as dangerous dark horses and are living up to the hype. They are playing extremely well, but are picking up injuries and Poulsen joined Eriksen on the sidelines before this match, while Kjaer picked up a problem during the match.

Germany 2-2 Hungary, Allianz Arena, Munich

Twice Germany had to come from behind to secure a point but they are a mess at the back. England should not fear playing them at Wembley despite previous hurt against them in major finals.

Portugal 2-2 France, Puskas Arena, Budapest

Three penalties helped the entertainment but this was a game of two halves for tournament favourites France, who were poor in the first period but turned on the class after the interval.

Portugal played well enough to suggest they will make life very difficult for Belgium.

Slovakia 0-5 Spain, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

Spain hit all the right notes in Seville and it was a truly dominant display as they won the shot count 19-3, forcing nine shots on target.

But Slovakia were poor and for the second game running, La Roja missed a spot-kick with Alvaro Morata's confidence taking another knock. The lively Pablo Sarabia, who got the third goal and grabbed two assists, may offer better value to score any time.

Sergio Busquets returned to the Spain midfield and made his first start at Euro 2020. It didn't take long for the Barcelona man to pick up a booking and against a classy Croatian midfield in the last 16, he may grab another yellow.

Sweden 3-2 Poland, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

Not many anticipated a five-goal thriller in St Petersburg but that is what we got and Emil Forsberg was the star of the show.

The Leipzig man was twice on target, taking his tournament tally to three, and was a constant nuisance to the Polish defence. He will also be on penalty duty after tucking one away against Slovakia, so it may be wise stick with him in the round of 16.

Czech Republic 0-1 England, Wembley Stadium, London

England looked lively in the first half, thanks in large part to Gareth Southgate's decision to start Jack Grealish and Bukayo Saka, but fell back into old habits after the break. The Three Lions failed to register a shot on target after half-time and have not scored more than once in a game for five matches in a row.

They do look solid at the back through, keeping an eighth clean sheet in the last 10 outings. Whoever England get in the last 16, a cagey game can be expected and sticking with under 2.5 goals could pay off.

Croatia 3-1 Scotland, Hampden Park, Glasgow

The veterans in the Croatia squad pulled it out when it mattered against Scotland, with 35-year-old skipper Luka Modric bagging a beauty as they secured a spot in the last 16. 

However, they still look vulnerable at the back and whoever they face in the last 16 should have some joy getting at Croatia's backline, particularly if left-back Josko Gvardiol misses out after he departed the win of Scotland early.

Russia 1-4 Denmark, Krestovsky Stadium, St Petersburg

This was some performance from Denmark, who should be fancied to beat Wales in the last 16. They scored some stunning goals and smashed in ten shots on target in the demolition job.

Denmark have had the most shots (61) and most attempts on target (22) than any other team at the Euros. They remain dangerous dark horses to win the whole thing and seem inspired by the Christian Eriksen incident. 

However, home advantage is now taken away and that is basically the only negative.

Finland 0-2 Belgium, Krestovsky Stadium, St Petersburg

Belgium rested a stack of players and still won easy with Romelu Lukaku once again scoring and looking as if he is desperate to take the Golden Boot. However, Finland were poor and tougher tests will be ahead in the knockout phase.

North Macedonia 0-3 Netherlands, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

The Netherlands emulated the heroics of Italy in advancing to the knockout stages with a 100 per cent record. They concluded their group campaign with an entertaining 3-0 win over North Macedonia and the goalmouth excitement in their games looks set to continue.

The Dutch scored eight times and conceded twice across their three group fixtures and although they forced 17 efforts on North Macedonia's goal, the minnows registered 13 shots of their own.

Against better opposition carrying greater attacking threat, both teams to score would be a solid play while marauding full-back Denzel Dumfries, who has two tournament goals, is worth keeping on side.

Austria 1-0 Ukraine, National Arena, Bucharest

The Austrians were worthy winners in Bucharest and the scoreline should have really been more emphatic as they dominated the shot count 18-5.

The return of Marko Arnautovic made a real difference and provided the Austrians with the focal point that was missing in the 2-0 defeat to the Dutch. If they are to breach the Italians in the round of 16, then the former West Ham man looks the most likely to the damage.

Switzerland 3-1 Turkey, Olympic Stadium, Baku

A double from Xherdan Shaqiri was the highlight of a comfortable Switzerland victory over Turkey in Baku. Turkey were again found lacking in defence and limp out of the tournament with having conceded eight goals and scored just one. 

Shaqiri was in inspired form and rightfully won man of the match. The Liverpool man scored a contender for goal of the tournament with a fine finish for his opener before slotting home his second after 68 minutes. It may be worth keeping the faith with Shaqiri in goalscorer markets if Switzerland make it through to the knockout stages.

Italy 1-0 Wales, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Italy confirmed themselves as winners of Group A with a comfortable victory over Wales in Rome. The Azzuri opened the scoring through Matteo Pessina before a second half red card to Ethan Ampadu changed the dynamic of the game.

Marco Verrati got the assist with a well placed free kick and he was influential throughout in the midfield as he played his first game after injury. Consider Verrati in assist and goal markets in Italy's knockout stage games.

Spain 1-1 Poland, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

Spain claimed their second draw of the tournament and they are struggling to find the cutting edge that could help them go deep into the competition. Their approach play has been pedestrian and it is difficult to see them having the nous to threaten some of Euro 2020's stronger defences.

Poland lived to fight another day and played well. Robert Lewandowski got them a vital equaliser and they have given themselves a chance of progressing. The danger is they have little other threat to accompany the Bayern Munich hitman.

Portugal 2-4 Germany, Allianz Arena, Munich

Germany delivered a perfect response to their opening-day defeat to France as they took Portugal to the cleaners. The scoreline doesn't reflect the level of dominance Joachim Low's side enjoyed before they eased off with half an hour to go.

Robin Gosesns and Kai Havertz were the standout performers for Germany and it is worth considering the latter to grab another goal against Hungary on Wednesday. The Chelsea forward's movement makes him tough to pick up and he gets plenty of service from the flanks.

Hungary 1-1 France, Puskas Arena, Budapest

Hungary dug in well to earn an unexpected point but world champions France were left to rue some costly early misses.

The performance of Kylian Mbappe was a huge positive for Les Bleus, however. Having had a goal and an assist chalked off for offside against Germany, Mbappe again looked sharp, racking up six shots and creating an equaliser for Antoine Griezmann.

Keep the PSG star onside in the man-of-the-match market in upcoming games and it may even be worth backing him each-way for the Golden Boot.

England 0-0 Scotland, Wembley, London

Scotland were the better team in this 0-0 draw with England far too conservative. A total of three goals have been scored in England's last four matches and they look an under 2.5 goal machine at the moment due to unnecessary defensive tactics.  

Croatia 1-1 Czech Republic, Hampden Park, Glasgow

It finished all square in this Group D encounter but Patrik Schick was again at the centre of it all, going temporarily top of the scoring charts with his third goal of the tournament.

The Czechs look as though they are through to the last 16 and although his price has plummeted, he could still represent each-way value at 10-1 with bet365 to win the Golden Boot.

Sweden 1-0 Slovakia, Krestovsky Stadium, St Petersburg

Sweden had to work hard for their victory over a Slovakia side who showed little attacking intent in St Petersburg.

Slovakia scored with both of their shots on target against Poland in their opener but failed to test Swedish goalkeeper Robin Olsen in their second game and Spain's defence should be confident of a clean sheet when they meet on Wednesday.

Netherlands 2-0 Austria, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

Netherlands are through to the knockout stages after a comfortable home victory, cruising past a poor Austrian side. Memphis Depay opened the scoring from the penalty spot after 11 minutes and the Dutch never looked back. A second goal of the tournament for Denzel Dumfries followed in the second half with Austria mustering just one shot on target in response.

Gini Wijnaldum was again instrumental for Netherlands and is one to consider for anytime goalscorer and man of the match markets in future games.

Denmark 1-2 Belgium, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen

Kevin De Bruyne got Belgium out of jail after an utterly woeful opening 45 minutes from Roberto Martinez's men. Trailing 1-0 at the break, Martinez sent on de Bruyne and he responded by creating the equaliser and then bagging the winner. Still, it wasn't convincing from the side rated as fourth favourites for Euro 2020 and better teams will surely expose their ageing and error-prone backline.

Denmark must now beat Russia in their final Group B fixture to have a chance of reaching the last-16 and they look more than capable of doing that, despite back-to-back defeats.

Ukraine 2-1 North Macedonia, National Arena, Bucharest

The better team won in Bucharest and despite his penalty miss Ruslan Malinovskyi was the best player on the pitch. He could notch against Austria or maybe be the man of the match.

Italy 3-0 Switzerland, Stadio Olimpico, Rome

Thanks to a Manuel Locatelli brace and Ciro Immobile strike from distance, Italy booked their place in the last 16 of Euro 2020 with another 3-0 win, this time beating Switzerland.

Their passing play and defence are superb but it remains to be seen how their attack can perform against the big guns and for that reason they could be worth chancing at 9-5 to be eliminated in the quarter-finals.

They will likely face Ukraine, Austria or North Macedonia in the next round and should be expected to prevail but a potential meeting with red-hot Belgium in the last eight could prove a bridge too far.

Turkey 0-2 Wales, Olympic Stadium, Baku

Gareth Bale set up Wales's second goal deep into injury-time from the 17th corner of the game, ten of which were taken by Turkey.

Wales also conceded 12 flag-kicks in their opener against Switzerland and Italy, who won the corner count 8-2 against Turkey, could get some joy down the flanks in Sunday's clash in Rome.

Finland 0-1 Russia, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

It was all downhill for Finland after Joel Pohjanpalo had a header disallowed in the third minute. They never really got going again and Russia claimed a deserved victory through Aleksey Miranchuk's goal right on half-time. The Finns race may have been run and Russia probably don't have enough to threaten elite opposition, as they showed against Belgium.

France 1-0 Germany, Allianz Arena, Munich

This was a big win for France, who were good value for the 1-0 success given they had two narrow offside goals chalked off as well as seeing Rabiot hit the post. Pogba looked magnificent and is a big runner for the player of the tournament on this form.

Hungary 0-3 Portugal, Puskas Arena, Budapest

The final score was harsh on Hungary, who could remain competitive against Germany and France. Don't consider them absolute minnows and they could be worth a look on the handicap. 

Spain 0-0 Sweden, Estadio La Cartuja, Seville

Spain had to endure a frustrating night as Sweden defended heroically to earn a point in Seville. La Roja had 85 per cent possession and 17 shots but couldn't unlock the Swedish backline. 

Alvaro Morata in particular missed some good chances and Gerard Moreno will be hoping to get the nod over him next time out; consider Moreno in first goalscorer markets. 

Alexander Isak was a real handful for Sweden with limited supply and looks sure to get his name on the scoresheet at some point.

Poland 1-2 Slovakia, Gazprom Arena, St Petersburg

The red card to Grzegorz Krychowiak was a turning point and it's worth bearing in mind Slovakia only had two shots on target. They are not a strong side despite this win.

Scotland 0 Czech Republic 2, Hampden Park, Glasgow

No goalscorer went off joint-favourite in the first-scorer betting at Hampden Park but Scotland and the Czech Republic produced a more entertaining contest than the markets anticipated.

Admittedly one of the two goals was an astonishing finish from Patrik Schick from just inside the Scottish half but Steve Clarke's men had 19 shots on goal and both keepers made some important saves.

Scotland, who have drawn 2-2 with Austria and the Netherlands in 2021, will have to take risks in their last two games against England and Croatia and going for goals could pay off for punters.

Netherland 3-2 Ukraine, Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam

The Dutch had ten attempts in a goalless first half and were good value for their win, although Ukraine's comeback from 2-0 down to 2-2 gave them a huge scare.

Memphis Depay was a hot favourite to be Netherlands' top scorer ante-post but he could be worth backing in assist markets given that he dropped deep and drifted out to the left to good effect and played some probing passes into the area in the first half. 

Austria 3-1 North Macedonia, National Arena, Bucharest, June 13

North Macedonia gave a good account of themselves in their first ever game at a major tournament before Austria's class told in the second half.

Marko Arnautovic took his goal very well and is likely to start next time out. The 32-year-old could have an impact and is worth considering in the anytime goalscorer market.

England 1-0 Croatia, Wembley, London, June 13

A deserved win for England but it was noticeable how little Harry Kane saw of the ball - he had just 15 touches in the first half and one shot in his entire outing before being subbed for Jude Bellingham.

Consider backing Mason Mount and Phil Foden, who hit the post, in the goalscorer markets instead, or even match-winner Raheem Sterling.

Belgium 3-0 Russia, Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg, June 12

Belgium gave their backers a boost with a comfortable win in their opening match even though Kevin De Bruyne was unavailable and Eden Hazard started on the bench.

Romelu Lukaku was the star of the show, bagging a brace in Russia and he has been cut to around 5-2 to win the Golden Boot at Euro 2020.

That may be a fraction of his starting price but still offers plenty of value given this Belgium team look as though they will go far and Lukaku enjoyed a superb domestic campaign in 2020-21.

Denmark 0-1 Finland, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, June 12

The result was of no significance after Christian Eriksen was hospitalised.

Wales 1-1 Switzerland, Olympic Stadium, Baku, June 12

Kieffer Moore was the hero for Wales with his second-half equaliser against Switzerland and is worth considering in the anytime goalscorer market for the clash with Turkey on Wednesday.

The big Cardiff City striker should have had a brace, being denied by a brilliant Yann Sommer save as he registered three attempts on goal. The quality of delivery from out wide for Wales from Dan James, Gareth Bale and co only enhances the threat the 6ft 5in brings to the table.

Turkey 0-3 Italy Stadio Olimpico, Rome, June 11

Italy were the story of late support in the build-up to Euro 2020 and having been 11-1 shots less than a week ago, the Azzurri are now no bigger than 7-1 after an emphatic opening-night win against Turkey.

Roberto Mancini's men sent out a statement and the scoreline could have been more emphatic than just 3-0 as they won the shot count 24-3, with the beleaguered Turks failing to register an effort on goal.

It was a ninth clean sheet on the trot for the Italians, so punters may consider wins to nil against Wales and Switzerland.

Leonardo Spinazzola and Lorenzo Insigne, who grabbed the third goal, caused plenty of problems down the left flank and had two shots on target each. They are worth noting in anytime goalscorer markets.


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