We provide one tip for each of the 24 teams in Euro 2020 to include in your individual match Bet Builders.
Betway’s Bet Builder function allows you to combine the markets of your choosing to create a custom-made bet for any Euro 2020 match.
These 24 tips, one for each team, can give you a helping hand.
Back Jorginho to score
Jorginho has taken the last four Italy penalties for which he has been on the field.
Three of those came in qualification for this tournament, with no side winning more spot-kicks than Italy throughout that campaign.
Back Switzerland to score first
Switzerland have taken the lead in seven of their last eight matches, including against Germany, Belgium and Spain.
They also grabbed the lead in seven of their eight qualifiers for this tournament.
Back Burak Yilmaz to score
Only three Ligue 1 players scored more goals this season than Yilmaz (16), who spearheaded Lille to the league title.
The 35-year-old has netted 23 goals in all competitions in the 2020/21 campaign, including five in his last four for Turkey.
Back Wales for over 2.5 cards
Of the teams that qualified for this tournament through the group stage, Wales have by far the worst disciplinary record.
The Dragons picked up 2.63 cards per match during qualification and then collected three per Nations League game last year – ranking joint-fifth behind four minnows.
Back Belgium to score over 1.5 goals
Belgium have scored at least twice in 22 of their 24 competitive matches since World Cup semi-final defeat to France in 2018, scoring at least three goals in 13 of them.
They also stuffed Panama 3-0 and Tunisia 5-2 in the World Cup group stage three years ago.
Back over 2.5 goals
Thirteen of Russia’s last 19 matches have featured over 2.5 goals.
They ranked fifth for goals scored per match in Euro 2020 qualification, while 12 of the 24 teams at this competition conceded fewer goals per match in that campaign.
Back Denmark to keep a clean sheet – except against Belgium
Denmark have kept clean sheets in 10 of their last 14 competitive matches, with two of the exceptions coming against Belgium.
They come up against Roberto Martinez’s side in Group B, as well as Finland and Russia.
Back Finland not to score
Talisman Teemu Pukki has scored five of Finland’s last eight goals, and comes into this tournament while still in recovery from an ankle ligament injury.
His side haven’t scored in either of their pre-tournament friendlies in his absence and were the 19th-lowest scorers in qualification even with him in the side.
Back Ukraine to score one or two goals
Ukraine have scored one or two goals in 13 of their last 17 matches.
That includes a run of scoring once in five consecutive games before Monday’s 4-0 win against Cyprus.
Back Netherlands to score over 1.5 goals
Since failing to win any of their first four matches under Frank de Boer, the Netherlands have won five of their last seven, scoring at least twice in each.
They also found the net at least two times in seven of their eight qualifying matches for Euro 2020.
Back Christoph Baumgartner to be carded
Nobody committed more fouls per Bundesliga game than Christoph Baumgartner this season.
The midfielder collected eight cards for Hoffenheim and one for Austria across the campaign.
Back North Macedonia for over 2.5 cards/Back Visar Musliu to be carded
North Macedonia picked up more bookings than any other team in Euro 2020 qualifying, collecting 36 yellows – two of which were turned into a red for Visar Musliu against Poland.
Musliu was also sent off against Georgia in the Nations League last year.
Back the opposition right-back to be carded if Jack Grealish starts
Grealish was fouled more often per game than any other player in Europe’s top five leagues last season.
With the Aston Villa man on the field, opposition defenders will have to watch their step.
Back both teams to score
Both teams to score has landed in 20 of Croatia’s last 26 matches in all competitions.
That run included goals at both ends in 75 per cent of their qualifying matches for Euro 2020 – the third-highest proportion among all 55 teams.
Back Czech Republic to lose
Czech Republic have won five of their last 11 games away from home, but all of them have been matches that they would expect to win.
They have lost four of their last five away games to nil, including against Group D opponents Scotland and in Wales in March.
Back John McGinn to be carded
McGinn picked up 12 Premier League bookings last season, more than any other player.
That record includes a run of five consecutive bookings in Aston Villa’s last five matches, while he also picked up a couple of yellows in competitive internationals last autumn.
Back under 1.5 Spain cards
Since Luis Enrique was reinstated as Spain manager in November 2019, his side have picked up more than one card in just two of their 13 matches.
They averaged 0.38 yellows per game in the Nations League last year, receiving none in home and away games against Germany.
Back Grzegorz Krychowiak to be carded
Only six players in the Russian Premier League picked up more yellow cards than Krychowiak this season.
His eight yellows and one red card were supplemented by a further two bookings for Poland in the Nations League.
Back Seb Larsson to score
At 36 years of age, Larsson still plays a key role in Sweden’s midfield. He has scored in two of his last three internationals, both penalties, and will also be on direct free-kick duty.
The Swedes won two penalties at the last World Cup – former centre-back Anders Granqvist was on them then – and spot-kicks are bound to play a big role in this tournament.
Back Ondrej Duda to be carded
Duda picked up six bookings for Cologne in the Bundesliga this season, but ranked 10th for fouls per game.
He has been carded in three of his last six Slovakia appearances and will spend plenty of time chasing the ball in this tournament.
Back Germany for under 1.5 cards
Germany received just three cards in eight Euro 2020 qualifiers.
The same can be said for six of their last eight matches overall.
Back France not to lose
France have avoided defeat in 27 of their 30 matches since becoming world champions, with two of the exceptions being over two years ago.
That record is under threat in a formidable group, but they avoided defeat in four matches against Germany and Portugal during that run.
Back under 2.5 goals
Portugal have had three 0-0 draws with France and Spain (twice) in the last 12 months, and face formidable opposition in the world champions and Germany in Group F.
Four of their last six major tournament group games have featured under 2.5 goals, as did all of their knock-out games en route to the title in 2016.
Back Hungary for over 2.5 cards
Of the teams that have qualified for Euro 2020, only North Macedonia picked up more bookings than Hungary in qualifying.
Marco Rossi’s side collected 27 cards in 10 matches and face the last three European major tournament winners in their group.
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