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    UEFA Euro 2016

    A team-by-team preview has been published for Euro 2016. It looks at the winner and top goalscorer futures markets and provides commentary on the expected group outcomes:
    http://www.aussportsbetting.com/2016...-betting-tips/

    A Euro 2016 wallchart has been uploaded as well. It displays the kickoff times in AEST and uses two A4 sheets of paper for those who wish to print it. PDF and Excel copies are available.
    http://www.aussportsbetting.com/2016...allchart-aest/

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    EURO 2016 Top Scorer

    I think that the top goalscorer market for the tournament is interesting, with an extra round for the first time, but no third and fourth place playoff game, we do not have any recent history to compare, but I doubt too much will change and that it will really be Group stage goals that will clinch it for someone, but ideally you would like to make at least the quarter final stage and it is hard to see less than five goals being enough this time round. Given that we have already discussed Mandzukic and also like Croatia's chances of making the quarters and possible beyond, it is hard to leave him out of the equation at a big looking 33-1 , but I will pass, given that we are already involved heavily on him and Croatia.

    Ronaldo is favourite at 9.0 and I have no problem with that at all and those odds could look a gift in two weeks time with group opponents Austria , Hungary and Iceland having very little big tournament experience between them in the last two decades. But I prefer the chances of another proven goalscorer who is available at twice the odds. That is Robert Lewandowski of Poland, who I have already touched upon as dark horses. They look in a tough group with Germany, Ukraine and Northern Ireland, but were very impressive in qualifying, look a team on the up and have a really offensive minded approach. They scored a whopping 33 goals in qualification and whilst 15 came against group whipping boys , 18 otherwise in a section which included Germany and defensively minded Republic of Ireland and Scotland is very worthy of note. They ended just a point shy of the world champions and scored three goals in the two h2h games with them. The look the second best team in Group C, will certainly not fear the Germans after running them so close in qualifying and finishing top 2 would see them face either a third placed team, or the runner up in the England group and both would be matches we would favour them to win. So a last eight place is very much on the cards. They open against the Irish and whilst Matchday 1 games in any tournament are usually tight, this is their best opportunity to run in a few goals and they will want the points with Germany up next, they finish against a usually defensive Ukraine team, but one who might be forced out of their usual approach by their need for points at that stage.

    Lewandowski with 13 goals was the top striker in qualifying , six v Gibraltar with 7 in the other eight games, he was top scorer in Bundesliga with his highest ever tally of 30 goals with an even split of 15 before and 15 after the Christmas break, his total of 9 in the Champions League was his best total since Dortmund's run the final in 2012-13 and a better goals per minute rate than for that campaign. Poland have scored two or more goals in 12 of the last 16 games that the Bayern striker has played and if they play five games and I favour then to do so, he must have a good chance of scoring enough to take him very close in this market.

    Robert Lewandowski to be top scorer in Euro 2016 17.0 general quote, bigger in several places

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    EURO 2016: England - Russia

    England always come into these championships with solid qualification results, the same old squad, talking a good game and with the rest of the world/europe laughing at the underachievers ! The first is still true, they were a perfect 10/10 in qualification, but this time everything else feels different, the old guard is gone , no Lampard, Gerrard etc and with a very young, but fresh, talented, hungry and energetic squad including Kane, Vardy, Rashford, Alli, Barkley, Wilshire, Dier, Sterling , Stones and Sturridge, who not only have a togetherness and self belief, but the repect of their peers . They have nothing to fear, seven of that group are aged 18-22, are only going to improve ( a lot) and will have many major championships ahead, anything they do in Euro 2016 is really a bonus .

    Russia are exactly the opposite, they struggled through a weak qualification group and have conceded nine goals in warm up friendlies to France, Croatia and Czech Republic, 12 of their squad are in their 30th year , it looks like top scorer Aleksandr Kerzhakov's career is over and Alan Dzagoev and Igor Denisov arguably their two best players ( actually not really a debate in the case of Dzagoev) , along with several others were forced to withdraw and the ageing backline looks vulnerable and looks as if they were picked from the cast list of Dad's Army. On top of all these troubles ( Fabio Capello left the squad in terrible shape and devoid of confidence), it was reported that a number of players have had to sit out training this week and the two camps could hardly be in more polar opposite moods coming into these championships.

    England -0.75 ball 2.26 asian line/Sportmarket

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    There are only two matches left in the first part of group stage competition. Portugal face Iceland tonight. It will be the first appearance of Cristiano Ronaldo and even though Portugal have had problems to qualify for the final stage of competition of Euro 2016, We at bettingfellow.com believe that he could be a top scorer of the tournament. All his main concurrents failed to score in the first round and it is right time to get the offer about 6/1.

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    Spain and England from the second places.. I'll get crazy if Portugal can't win Hungary team today.

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    EURO 2016 Wales - Northern Ireland

    Two home nations meeting in France for a place in the last 8 of the European Championships............the script writers have done a good job !

    Wales qualified in style, winning group B with a 3-0 demolition of Russia, a match which was over as a contest inside 20 minutes. They played 24 hours before Northern Ireland, who had a far more fraught game with Germany, where they lost 1-0 , but knew a narrow defeat might well be good enough. They battled hard, but could easily have lost that by 4 or 5 on another day and the mentally draining nature of that and a day less to recover and prepare, is a clear advantage to the Welsh. The Irish will feel that having met Germany in this stadium, this will have a more familiar feel to them, but not if they start playing where they left off, which is firmly on the back foot ! In that match Toni Kroos completed more passes (121-110) than the entire Northern Ireland team (!) , they have been on the back foot for much of the time here in France and only had four attempts on goal in two games and you suspect they will be starting to feel the effects. They do pose a big threat from set pieces, which Wales will be well aware of , but have only scored three from open play in ten competitive starts.

    The Irish might take heart from a 1-1 draw between the two nations in a March friendly, but they were at full strength, the Welsh were without Ben Davies, Joe Allen, Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale, plus several others and were still the better team. Wales have the 2-3 best players on the pitch, with Gareth Bale head and shoulders above everyone and far more EPL quality in the ranks and stronger options off the bench and with this the fourth international start inside 13-14 days for both, that could easily prove decisive. The breakthrough goal will, of course, be the hardest to come by, but if Wales get it, the Irish will have to come forward and that will leave them incredibly vulnerable on the counter and Wales have pace and are very quick in transition. Two very together groups, but most of the quality and advantages are with the Welsh and they are the ones who will go home feeling a little deflated if they do not progress, for the Irish this tournament is already a success.

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    Yeah, good game for Wales, and im proud of that team.. but that game between Croatia and Portugal will be in our minds for a little time after the tournament.. last 5 minutes of the watch were amazing

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    a little interesting things about Euro.
    Portugal is first winner team who hadn't won any game in group stage.
    Each 12 years the winner is team who had fastastic luck to do it.
    Let's remember
    1992 - Denmark
    2004 - Greece
    2016 - Portugal

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    Quote Originally Posted by scorpion View Post
    a little interesting things about Euro.
    Portugal is first winner team who hadn't won any game in group stage.
    Each 12 years the winner is team who had fastastic luck to do it.
    Let's remember
    1992 - Denmark
    2004 - Greece
    2016 - Portugal
    thanks for your conclusion, very good.

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    Thanks for appreciating it. Did you hear the latest transfer news?
    Let's speak about them

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    Portugal came so strong this year. They made impressive skills to win this year EUFA 2016. I think they might do a good job next year but I don't predict that they would next year championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casinodepositors View Post
    Portugal came so strong this year casino bonus. They made impressive skills to win this year EUFA 2016. I think they might do a good job next year but I don't predict that they would next year championship.
    Agree! Very good team! Look forward to the U21 UEFA EURO this summer in Poland

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casinodepositors View Post
    Portugal came so strong this year. They made impressive skills to win this year EUFA 2016. I think they might do a good job next year but I don't predict that they would next year championship.
    Hope Portugal will win WC this year.
    Last edited by Kieran; 12th April 2018 at 04:13 PM.

 

 

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