Euro 2012 Tips

Our team of betting experts provide free betting tips and previews for all the popular betting markets during Euro 2012. Below you’ll find tips for all outright bets including tournament winner, top goal scorer, and stage of elimination for England. Tips for each of the individual Euro 2012 fixtures will be available closer to the start of the tournament.

Euro 2012 outright winner tips

Spain are the best bet to win Euro 2012 and are justifiably favourites at odds of around 5.0 after winning both Euro 2008 and World Cup 2010. The side boasts some of the best players in the world including the like of Iniesta, Torres, David Villa, and Xavi. The likes of Cesc Fabregas can’t get into the starting XI which shows their strength in depth.

For those who fancy an outsider tip, Belgium could represent value at a three figure odds. The Belgian’s have a tough qualifying group including Germany and Turkey, but have some established players such as Thomas Vermaelen of Arsenal, and  Marouane Felliani of Everton to aid their quest for qualification. The Belgian’s also have some promising young players who are set to shine on the global stage including Eden Hazard and Romelu Lukaku.

Euro 2012 Golden boot tips

The Golden boot makes a very interesting bet, with some surprising winners over the years at long odds, making it a possibly very profitable bet for punters armed with good tips.

There are two names that stand out in the Euro 2012 Golden boot betting markets: David Villa and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Villa was top goal scorer at the World Cup, and is likely score a bagful of goals for favourites Spain. Villa has established himself as one of the top strikers in the game, and is in a rich vein of form for both club and country.

Ronaldo has been in sensational goal scoring form for Real Madrid, and has previously eclipsed the 40 goals mark in a season for Man Utd. For Portugal, Ronaldo is on free kick and penalty duty where he will no doubt pick up a couple of goals. Ronaldo is also a threat from open play where his dazzling runs and finishing ability have helped him to 25 international goals – not bad for a player who will only be 27 years old come the start of Euro 2012.