SOCCER UEFA EURO ARTICLES

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  • Betcris.com Next year’s European Championships will be the first without a defined host. Instead of the tournament taking place in one specific country, 12 separate countries will host matches throughout the event. That will make Euro 2020 one of the most wide-open competitions yet, and six countries have odds of 10-1 or less in this 24-team tournament. Qualifying began in March and will end at the end of this March.   More

  • Betcris.com It took a long time for Portugal to finally win a major international championship. The small country had come close a few different times, but they broke through and won Euro 2016 thanks to a very favorable draw. Some surprising results left the bottom half of the bracket stacked with all the top teams so Portugal needed to get past Croatia, Poland, and Wales to reach the final before beating France for their first title. They would love to repeat as champions after a disappointing performance at the 2018 World Cup, and they start qualifying for the Euro 2020 this week by taking on Ukraine and Serbia.   More

  • Betcris.com Last year’s World Cup saw Belgium and Russia reach new heights as football powers. Russia proved itself to be a capable host and ended up qualifying for the Quarterfinals for the first time in their history after stunning Spain in penalties in the Round of 16. Meanwhile, Belgium looked like they could win it all after roaring back from down 2-0 to beat Japan in the Round of 16 and beating Brazil in the Quarterfinals, but they fell 1-0 to eventual champions France in the Semifinals. Belgium did beat England to win third place, and now they have their sights set on Euro 2020. Belgium and Russia are considered the teams most likely to get out of Group I, but if they slip up Scotland or Kazakhstan could surprise.   More

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