Euro 2020 Rankings; Matchday 2


Most teams in the euros have now completed their second round of matches with the exception of group A which have all went through their third, with fans and punters alike now starting to piece together those who may look to get through the knockout stages – with a variety of no verification casinos and betting sites looking to offer odds on how the tournament will round out over the next two and a half weeks too, how are the teams stacking up and what are the rankings looking like and which teams are pulling ahead of the others?

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Belgium – After having a great opening game against Russia scoring three goals, they certainly looked to be the dominant team in Group B and have continued to show that form going 2-0 in their groups for both games, but their second against Denmark was a little scrappy, not being the most convincing of wins. With their third group game against Finland yet to be played, they’ve already secured their placed in the knockout stages, but could look to go 3-0 and take the full nine points on offer for the group and join the only other team to do so at the moment, Italy.

Italy – Speaking of which, by going 3-0 in their groups they are now the most accomplished team at the tournament so far and have delivered some huge results scoring seven goals across three games. Whilst some were hoping their showing against Wales would’ve been better, only putting one away, it was enough to secure the win and ultimately the top slot of the group. Having been so dominant in groups too, they’ll go into the knockout stages being the favourites, just now awaiting their first opponent to be announced when the group stages conclude on Wednesday.

England – Many fans will still be holding out hope for England as a team that has a very strong roster both on the pitch and on the bench but have as of yet been unable to deliver the results many were hopeful for. An opening win against Croatia who knockout them out of the World Cup two years prior, it instilled plenty of confidence, but a poor showing against Scotland in a game that certainly should’ve been a win may have put some doubts out there. England’s final game against the Czech Republic comes this week, and whilst progression to the knockout stages is already guaranteed, taking  the win will secure a lot of confidence once again heading into the next round of play where fans will hope the team can step things up a little and deliver performances that can take them further in the competition – particularly against the other hard hitters which are looking very strong.

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