Below you will find the out right winner odds prior to the quarter finals being played.
We have since updated our Euro 2012 odds and written a game review of the final between Spain and Italy.
We have a day off from the 2012 European Championship before the quarter-finals get underway and I want to spend a minute updating everyone on the outright winner markets. With only 8 teams left in the mix and several big underdogs Euro 2012 will most likely be won by one of the two favourites (Germany or Spain).
Updated Euro 2012 Outright Winner Odds
Euro 2012 Quarterfinals Best Bets
If you haven’t been following our Euro 2012 football betting portal this month now is the perfect time to start. This is a quick update on the outright winner market odds, but you can click the links below to read our full game analysis for each of the highly anticipated Euro 2012 quarter-final match-ups.
The Czech are paying an incredible 51.00 to win Euro 2012 at BetVictor at the moment. The Czech has a -1 goal differential coming into this match and they became the 1st team in the history of the Euros to advance with a minus differential. The odds on the Czech may seem like it’s worth a punt, but I would say keep your money if that was your plan.
If Germany does win the match they’ll play the winner of the England vs. Italy QF’s fixture. Germany would be a decent favourite in the semi-finals regardless of who they play, but the futures odds won’t shorten too much if they Beat Greece. Germany was the only team to run the table during group stage.
There is no reason that Spain shouldn’t make the final in my opinion although I could see the semi-final match being a tough one to win if it’s against Ronaldo and the Portuguese. Backing Spain now at 3.50 seems like the best bet in the QF’s because if they do win their next two matches we can hedge our position before the finals.
To be fair the winner of this match has to play Spain most likely. Italy just doesn’t have the skill to keep up with Spain’s attack and I don’t think the English will be able to beat Spain. England always make it seem like they’re about to do something magical before choking and that could be the case again in 2012 now that the level of competition will be stepping up.