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Euro 2020 Winner: Who has moved ahead in race for international glory next summer?

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Another international break has been and gone, and as squads continue to change, the recent results may not have had a final say on who will eventually be crowned champions of the tournament next summer. 

But they will certainly give an indication as to which nation has signalled a strong intent that they can overcome any country that stands in their way in 2020.

After the latest results, punters have backed world champions France to continue their dominance. The 2018 World Cup winners have been given odds of 4/1 to make it back-to-back trophies at international level.

They qualified after beating Moldova 2-1, following that up with a 2-0 victory at Albania. The French will be out for revenge after losing on home soil to Portugal in the 2016 final.

England put the scuffle between Joe Gomez and Raheem Sterling aside to qualify for the Euros next year. They eased past Montenegro 7-0 and Kosovo 4-0 to clinch a spot in the competition, and are currently 4/1 to go on and win the entire tournament.

The usual suspects will also be in contention, with Spain currently 17/2 to win Euro 2020. They had already qualified prior to the latest international break, but beat Malta and Romania to further their international acclaim.

Current holders Portugal booked their place as they thrashed Lithuania 6-0 and beat Luxembourg 2-0 to boost their confidence ahead of next summer’s tournament. They are available at 14/1 to make it back-to-back European Championship victories.

Germany overcame Belarus and Northern Ireland to clinch first place in their group. They can be backed at 8/1 to win the entire competition for the first time since 1996.

Italy’s only Euros win was all the way back in 1968, but they are looking as strong as ever. They had already qualified before the latest international break, and have won all ten of their group games to storm to first place. The Italians have been given odds of 12/1 to win next summer.

Belgium also made it ten wins from ten. They had also clinched qualification before this set of fixtures, but wins over Russia and Cyprus helped further the gap at the top.

The 1980 runners up have been given odds of 13/2 to continue their fine form and win Euro 2020.

Sweden and Turkey also qualified after game one of two in the latest fixtures. They head into the competition as outsiders, and are 100/1 to cause an upset and lift the trophy at Wembley.

Czech Republic also sealed their fate after game one of two. They are currently 150/1 to go on and win the entire tournament. Finland will also be huge underdogs after qualifying for their first ever major tournament.

They are 200/1 to win the next Euros.

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