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Euro 2012 Betting Tips

News and Betting Tips from Euro 2012

Euro 2012 Latest Betting Odds

The 2012 European Championships is within touching distance for a number of nations and all the major bookmakers already have a market open on who will win the tournament in Ukraine and Poland next summer.


The Euro’s will be one of the biggest betting events of the year and we hope our tips can see you towards a healthy profit through the summer. This website will be giving free betting tips up to and throughout the tournament where 16 European nations will go head to head in the quest for European Championship 2012 glory.


If you want to place a bet on the tournament at this early stage, Sky Bet are offering new customers a free £30 bet. That means you can sign up here > place a bet of up to £30 > get a free bet to the same value.


Euro 2012 Latest Betting Odds


Spain are unsurprising favourites for the tournament at this early stage at 5/2 with Sky Bet. They strolled through qualifying and will make the trip to Poland and Ukraine in high spirits. The World and European Champions will be very difficult to peg back but there is every reason to believe the gap between them and the challenging nations is shortening.


Second favourites for the Euro 2012 tournament are Germany, at 7/2. The German’s excelled at the World Cup with a young squad and the extra two years development will do nothing but help their cause in Ukraine and Poland. The betting suggests Germany will be Spain’s nearest challengers, but it is tough to offer them up as a tip with no each-way value.


Next in the betting market is Holland. The Dutch are at odds of 6/1 to become the new European Champions next summer and will look to build on the final defeat to Spain in the World Cup in 2010. The Dutch are at a price that means to bet on them each-way would be worthwhile because Sky Bet are paying half the odds if they make it to the final.


England are the fourth favourites in the betting, at 9/1. They will need plenty of luck and a faultless set of performances if they are to become victorious at Euro 2012, but as with every major football tournament – they will not be without their fans and expect the bets to roll in ahead of the tournament.


France are a point further back in the betting at 10/1 and their debacle at the World Cup seems a distant memory as their new look squad has done well since South Africa. Their betting odds of 10/1 could prove to be the best value of all the teams at the head of the market as we all now the class they posses. However, like England, they will need plenty of luck and faultless performances throughout the tournament. From a betting perspective, odds of 10/1 may be a good each-way shout.


Italy are offered at odds of 11/1 but their lack of fire-power hinder their chances. An aging midfield means their Euro 2012 campaign could falter and betting on the Italians could prove a risky business. However the side oozes class and even at odds of 11/1, they cannot be totally dismissed from the betting picture.


Portgual are 16/1 to win the tournament and their chances rest on Cristiano Ronaldo. Should he pick up an injury or suspension, the Portuguese will face a mammoth task to go all the way. Betting on them to win Euro 2012 is a real risk and even tempting odds of 16/1 are not enough to push us into a bet.


For anyone looking to a lesser fancied nation, Russia are prices at 25/1, Ukraine 40/1 and 2004 European Champions Greece are 50/1, along with Poland.



Euro 2012 Betting Tips


Betting on the Euro 2012 tournament at this early stage can go one of two ways, there is every chance money will pour into the bookmakers for one side, resulting in the other sides’ odds changing and making them a more attractive betting proposition. At this early stage we would tip a bet of a small stake each-way on France and Holland. It is difficult to justify a bet on England given their recent record in major tournaments, while Germany provide no betting value on the outright market as an each-way bet.



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