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Euro 2020 favourites part 1

In a week from today, Turkey and Italy kick-off for the Euro 2020 tournament. The tournament that was scheduled for last summer, is now finally ready to go! A year delay because of the Covid-19 pandemic, only made the hunger by the players and fans for this tournament even bigger. A cheer of joy will go through Europe when Italy and Turkey kickstart this tournament. In this blog we discuss the first three teams that we at the Livefootballtickets.com HQ consider as favourites to win the title.

France

The current World Champions belong to the hot favourites to win this tournament. Looking at the bookies, French is even the biggest favourite. Something that isn’t without a reason of course. Just looking at the French squad is very impressive. Especially since the return of Karim Benzema. Karim Benzema, Antoine Griezmann, Kylian Mbappe, just let those names sink in. There is no other national team in the world that has this quality in attack. With the likes of Paul Pogba and N’Golo Kante behind them, France looks like an unstoppable force.

England

The semi-finals and Euro 2020 final will take place at Wembley. According to the latest news, Wembley will be packed with 90.000 football fans. So, if England can get to the semi-finals, they’ve got a huge advantage for the remainder of the tournament. Gareth Southgate’s team has got a huge potential. It’s looks to be the perfect combination between experienced players and talented youngsters. The biggest question is if manager Southgate is able to get everyone in line and play the right line-up. The main problem for the Three Lions in the past was they tried to get all top players in one team, even though it hurts the team. It’s now up to Southgate to make tough decisions which will be in benefit of the team. If he does that, England has a good chance to go really far in this tournament.