Cristiano Ronaldo is 8/1 with Sky Bet although there are big question marks over Portugal as usual, while Thomas Muller is the same price with BetVictor although perhaps this won’t be the same Germany that conquered all two years ago.
One player who should go well is Antoine Griezmann and he’s 10/1 with 188Bet to claim the top goalscorer prize, with the French striker having been seriously impressive for Atletico Madrid this term.
Griezmann is likely to be on penalty duties for Les Bleus and can profit from the odd chance that falls his way, with Anthony Martial and Dimitri Payet likely to service him from out wide.
England’s main striker appears to be Harry Kane and he’s a 16/1 chance to land the Golden Boot with Ladbrokes, although Roy Hodgson is surely tempted to field Jamie Vardy as part of a 4-4-2 formation.
Vardy is as big as 40/1 with bet365 and he came pretty close to landing the Premier League top scorer prize this season, with England supporters clamouring for him to be included.
The sharpest shooter in Europe is possibly Robert Lewandowski and the Poland striker is among the favourites at 16/1 (Paddy Power), with the Bayern Munich forward guaranteeing goals when chances come his way.
Then there is the threat of Belgium and Romelu Lukaku will hope to benefit from the service of Eden Hazard and Kevin de Bruyne when he takes to the European stage. The Everton forward is 20/1 (William Hill) and could fill his boots against Sweden and Republic of Ireland.
Hazard had a disappointing season for Chelsea but he’s 50/1 with Stan James to top score and De Bruyne is also worth an each-way shout at 40/1 considering the season he’s had in a Manchester City shirt.
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