188Bet are among those firms offering 3/1 about the tournament hosts, with the draw looking favourable to a side who can call upon the services of Paul Pogba, Antoine Griezmann and Dimitri Payet.
Anthony Martial should also shine for Les Bleus and we’re expecting them to go well, although Germany are the world champions and Ladbrokes are quoting 4/1 that Die Mannschaft triumph in France.
It’s a decent price about a German side who conquered the world in Brazil, with Joachim Loew now an experienced international manager who has Thomas Muller, Marcos Reus and Manuel Neuer at his disposal.
Spain are the reigning European champions and La Roja are 11/2 with Paddy Power to claim a third successive European Championship title, even if they do look threadbare in the attacking department.
Meanwhile, all eyes will be on England who qualified for Euro 2016 with a 100% record even if the toughest team they faced was Switzerland. The Three Lions are bidding to end fifty years of hurt and Stan James offer 9/1 that Roy Hodgson becomes a legend in one foul swoop.
England should really win Group B which also consists of Russia, Wales and Slovakia, although seasoned punters will be wary of backing a team who regularly flatter to deceive at major tournaments and there are question marks over the defence.
Belgium can boast the twin threat of Eden Hazard and Kevin de Bruyne, with Paddy Power quoting 11/1. Italy are in the same group and they are 16/1 (William Hill) although there’s no Andrea Pirlo this time around.
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