Euro 2016 Free Bets : Free Bookmaker Offers at the 2016 European Championship.
The wait is almost over as European football fans gather for the tournament of the year, the 2016 European Championships, as we bring you the latest free bets to pick up on Euro 2016.
The Euro 2016 Free Bet List :
Nothing grips a nation like a major football competition. We have one to look forward to this summer in the form of the 2016 European Championships and bookmakers are predicting this tournament to be the most heavily bet on Euros ever.
There will be money to made and brilliant offers to take advantage of, especially with the extra fixtures planned due to the new format.
The jury is still out on whether UEFA’s decision to completely revamp the competition will increase the excitement of the tournament. I have my doubts and feel we could be left with a stale group stage with predictable results.
However, o n the flip side the 32 team format has allowed lower ranked teams like Wales, Northern Ireland and Albania to qualify and dream of troubling the bigger nations.
Could we see another Premier League episode from this season where the underdogs go toe-to-toe with the bigger dogs? Maybe.
There has been money around in the outright market for the likes of Austria (33/1), but realistically when looking at the winners market logic suggests that we should really concentrate on the major forces in European football.
Heading the betting at this stage is the 2014 World Cup winners Germany, who can be backed at 4/1 to reign supreme in France.
Joachim Low's side are worthy favourites despite suffering a few blips of late.
They were beaten by both Scotland and Republic of Ireland in the qualifying campaign and a youthful England side showed a lot of heart to beat them 3-2 in Berlin. However, when results are needed this team, who have been together since their U21’s days, know how to win matches.
Home advantage will be crucial for France as they look to negotiate their way through to the latter stages.
Didier Deschamps' side have talent throughout their squad, from Tottenham’s Hugo Lloris in goal, Paul Pogba in midfield and Karim Benzema leading the line.
One itching doubt about the French is their mentality – can they all keep working together when things don’t go their way?
Plus, there’s the whole Benzema sex-tape scandal which surely doesn’t help their chances. They look short at 9/2.
Current champions Spain are aiming to win their third consecutive European Championships. Vicente del Bosque's side are full of wonderfully gifted footballers but judging by their performance in the World Cup where the exited in the group stage, they are lacking a striker to finish off their chances. At 7/1, they are just best watched.
Belgium have arguably the most potent squad in the competition and they are available at 10/1. Marc Wilmots has yet to really find a way for all their star men to click and their golden generation are slowly going the same way as England’s in 2006. Expectation weights heavy on their shoulders.
The loss of inspirational captain Vincent Kompany through injury will be a bitter blow for the Belgians however.
And what about England?
They are 10/1 pokes in most places and confidence is actually quite strong about their chances of having a right good go this year.
But, we’ve all been here before and their lack of killer instinct in the knock-out stages will ultimately hold them back once again.
Wales could cause a shock or two and with Gareth Bale in the side they have a genuine match winner.
Chris Coleman's side are 3/1 to beat England on June 16th and 80/1 to cause a Leicester like shock and win the whole thing.
At the prices, it simply has to be Germany at this stage.
Top 5 Euro 2016 Bets