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Austria Euro 2021 Squad

Austria will be starting the tournament in Group C along with the Netherlands, Ukraine and North Macedonia. The bookmakers have them winning the tournament at 81,00 odds. Their team is valued at 320,60 million euros, and their most expensive player is David Alaba, at 55 million. Franco Foda will be leading this team at the Euros in an attempt to win their first ever international tournament. They qualified for the Euros in 2008 and 2016, but left both tournaments in the group stage, finishing 13th and 19th respectively.

No. Pos. Player Age Caps Goals Club POT Odds TOpG Odds
1 GK Alexander Schlager 25 6 0 LASK
2 DF Andreas Ulmer 35 23 0 Red Bull Salzburg
3 DF Aleksandar Dragović 30 90 2 Bayer Leverkusen
4 DF Martin Hinteregger 28 54 4 Eintracht Frankfurt
5 DF Stefan Posch 24 10 1 Hoffenheim
6 MF Stefan Ilsanker 32 50 0 Eintracht Frankfurt
7 FW Marko Arnautović 32 87 26 Shanghai Port 151.0
8 DF David Alaba 28 80 14 Bayern Munich
9 MF Marcel Sabitzer 27 49 8 RB Leipzig 101.0
10 MF Florian Grillitsch 25 22 1 Hoffenheim
11 FW Michael Gregoritsch 27 25 4 Augsburg 126.0
12 GK Pavao Pervan 33 7 0 Wolfsburg
13 GK Daniel Bachmann 26 1 0 Watford
14 MF Julian Baumgartlinger (c) 33 83 1 Bayer Leverkusen
15 DF Philipp Lienhart 24 3 0 SC Freiburg
16 MF Christopher Trimmel 34 12 0 Union Berlin
17 MF Louis Schaub 26 20 6 Luzern 101.0
18 MF Alessandro Schöpf 27 26 5 Schalke 04
19 MF Christoph Baumgartner 21 9 3 Hoffenheim
20 MF Karim Onisiwo 29 11 1 Mainz 05
21 DF Stefan Lainer 28 29 1 Borussia Mgladbach
22 MF Valentino Lazaro 25 30 3 Borussia Mgladbach
23 MF Xaver Schlager 23 20 1 Wolfsburg
24 MF Konrad Laimer 24 8 1 RB Leipzig
25 FW Saša Kalajdžić 23 6 3 VfB Stuttgart 101.0
26 DF Marco Friedl 23 3 0 Werder Bremen

Belgium Euro 2021 Squad

Belgium are coming into the tournament as the third favorite to go all the way, and the bookies have them doing it at 7,00 odds. Their team is valued at 669,40 million euros, and their most valuable players are De Bruyne and Lukkaku at 100 million euros each. Roberto Martinez will be leading this team in this tournament, attempting to top his third place finish from the 2018 World Cup. Romelu Lukkaku has had an incredible season with Inter Milan and is valued at 8,00 odds of winning the top goalscorer award.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Thibaut Courtois 29 83 0 Real Madrid
2 DF Toby Alderweireld 32 108 5 Tottenham Hotspur
3 DF Thomas Vermaelen 35 79 2 Vissel Kobe
4 DF Dedryck Boyata 30 23 0 Hertha BSC
5 DF Jan Vertonghen 34 126 9 Benfica
6 MF Axel Witsel 32 110 10 Borussia Dortmund
7 MF Kevin De Bruyne 29 80 21 Manchester City
8 MF Youri Tielemans 24 38 4 Leicester City
9 FW Romelu Lukaku 28 92 59 Internazionale
10 MF Eden Hazard (c) 30 106 32 Real Madrid
11 MF Yannick Carrasco 27 45 6 Atlético Madrid
12 GK Simon Mignolet 33 31 0 Club Brugge
13 GK Matz Sels 29 1 0 Strasbourg
14 FW Dries Mertens 34 97 21 Napoli
15 DF Thomas Meunier 29 47 7 Borussia Dortmund
16 MF Thorgan Hazard 28 34 6 Borussia Dortmund
17 MF Hans Vanaken 28 9 2 Club Brugge
18 DF Jason Denayer 25 24 1 Lyon
19 MF Leander Dendoncker 26 16 0 Wolverhampton
20 FW Christian Benteke 30 39 16 Crystal Palace
21 DF Timothy Castagne 25 13 2 Leicester City
22 MF Nacer Chadli 31 63 8 İstanbul Başakşehir
23 FW Michy Batshuayi 27 34 22 Crystal Palace
24 FW Leandro Trossard 26 7 2 Brighton
25 FW Jérémy Doku 19 7 2 Rennes
26 MF Dennis Praet 27 11 1 Leicester City

Croatia Euro 2021 Squad

Croatia are coming into the tournament as one of the more underrated teams, valued at 34,00 odds of going all the way. They experienced a drop in form since their 2018 World Cup second place finish, and will be counting on manager Zlatko Dalic to once again pull them out of the mud and do the impossible. Their team is valued at 375,80 million euros, and their captain will be their 35-year old vet from Real Madrid – Luka Modric. Ante Rebic is their top candidate for the top goalscorer award with 101,00 odds to his name.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Dominik Livaković 26 20 0 Dinamo Zagreb
2 DF Šime Vrsaljko 29 48 0 Atlético Madrid
3 DF Borna Barišić 28 19 1 Rangers
4 MF Ivan Perišić 32 100 28 Internazionale
5 DF Duje Ćaleta-Car 24 13 0 Marseille
6 DF Dejan Lovren 31 64 4 Zenit Saint Petersburg
7 FW Josip Brekalo 22 23 4 Wolfsburg
8 MF Mateo Kovačić 27 66 3 Chelsea
9 FW Andrej Kramarić 29 53 14 Hoffenheim
10 MF Luka Modrić (c) 35 137 17 Real Madrid
11 MF Marcelo Brozović 28 58 6 Internazionale
12 GK Lovre Kalinić 31 19 0 Hajduk Split
13 MF Nikola Vlašić 23 21 5 CSKA Moscow
14 FW Ante Budimir 29 7 1 Osasuna
15 MF Mario Pašalić 26 24 3 Atalanta
16 DF Mile Škorić 29 5 0 Osijek
17 FW Ante Rebić 27 37 3 Milan
18 MF Mislav Oršić 28 8 0 Dinamo Zagreb
19 MF Milan Badelj 32 55 2 Genoa
20 FW Bruno Petković 26 14 6 Dinamo Zagreb
21 DF Domagoj Vida 32 87 4 Beşiktaş
22 DF Josip Juranović 25 8 0 Legia Warsaw
23 GK Simon Sluga 28 3 0  Luton Town
24 DF Domagoj Bradarić 21 4 0 Lille
25 DF Joško Gvardiol 19 0 0 Dinamo Zagreb
26 MF Luka Ivanušec 22 2 1 Dinamo Zagreb

Czech Republic Euro 2021 Squad

After leaving the 2016 Euros in the group stage, the Czech Republic will try to repeat their 2004 Euros performance, when they finished third. No one expects them to pull it off, and the bookmakers have them reaching the semi-final at 11,00 odds. Their team is valued at 190,00 million euros and their top player is West Ham’s Thomas Soucek. Striker Patrik Schick is their top candidate for the top goalscorer award, valued at 151,00 odds.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Tomáš Vaclík 32 36 0 Sevilla
2 DF Pavel Kadeřábek 29 47 3  Hoffenheim
3 DF Ondřej Čelůstka 31 25 2 Sparta Prague
4 DF Jakub Brabec 28 21 1 Viktoria Plzeň
5 DF Vladimír Coufal 28 15 1 West Ham
6 DF Tomáš Kalas 28 22 2 Bristol City
7 MF Antonín Barák 26 19 6 Hellas Verona
8 MF Vladimír Darida (c) 30 71 8 Hertha BSC
9 DF Tomáš Holeš 28 7 1 Slavia Prague
10 FW Patrik Schick 25 25 10 Bayer Leverkusen
11 FW Michael Krmenčík 28 29 9 PAOK
12 MF Lukáš Masopust 28 21 1 Slavia Prague
13 MF Petr Ševčík 27 7 0 Slavia Prague
14 MF Jakub Jankto 25 34 4 Sampdoria
15 MF Tomáš Souček 26 34 7 West Ham
16 GK Aleš Mandous 29 1 0 Sigma Olomouc
17 DF David Zima 20 2 0 Slavia Prague
18 DF Jan Bořil 30 22 0 Slavia Prague
19 FW Adam Hložek 18 2 0 Sparta Prague
20 FW Matěj Vydra 29 36 6 Burnley
21 MF Alex Král 23 17 2 Spartak Moscow
22 DF Aleš Matějů 25 4 0 Brescia
23 GK Jiří Pavlenka 29 14 0 Werder Bremen
24 FW Tomáš Pekhart 32 21 2 Legia Warsaw
25 MF Jakub Pešek 27 1 1 Slovan Liberec
26 MF Michal Sadílek 22 1 0 Slovan Liberec

Denmark Euro 2021 Squad

Denmark won the European Championship back in 1992, but have failed to make it past the group stage since. They are in the top 10 favorites to go all the way, and the bookmakers have them doing it at 29,00 odds. Kasper Hjulmand’s boys have played very well recently, winning all three of their World Cup qualifier matches. Denmark’s squad is valued at 310.70 million euros. Christian Eriksen is their most expensive player, valued at 40 million euros. The 29-year old Inter midfielder is coming off a Serie A championship with Inter and is looking to get back into his 2019 form.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Kasper Schmeichel 34 64 0 Leicester City
2 DF Joachim Andersen 25 4 0 Fulham
3 DF Jannik Vestergaard 28 22 1 Southampton
4 DF Simon Kjær (c) 32 106 3 Milan
5 DF Joakim Mæhle 24 9 2 Atalanta
6 DF Andreas Christensen 25 40 1 Chelsea
7 MF Robert Skov 25 9 5 Hoffenheim
8 MF Thomas Delaney 29 53 5 Borussia Dortmund
9 FW Martin Braithwaite 30 49 8 Barcelona
10 MF Christian Eriksen 29 107 36  Internazionale
11 FW Andreas Skov Olsen 21 6 3 Bologna
12 FW Kasper Dolberg 23 25 7 Nice
13 DF Mathias Jørgensen 31 35 2 Copenhagen
14 FW Mikkel Damsgaard 20 3 2 Sampdoria
15 MF Christian Nørgaard 27 4 0 Brentford
16 GK Jonas Lössl 32 1 0 Midtjylland
17 DF Jens Stryger Larsen 30 35 2 Udinese
18 MF Daniel Wass 32 29 0 Valencia
19 FW Jonas Wind 22 6 3 Copenhagen
20 FW Yussuf Poulsen 26 53 8 RB Leipzig
21 FW Andreas Cornelius 28 27 5 Parma
22 GK Frederik Rønnow 28 8 0 Schalke
23 MF Pierre-Emile Højbjerg 25 41 4 Tottenham
24 MF Mathias Jensen 25 5 1 Brentford
25 MF Anders Christiansen 31 4 0 Malmö FF
26 DF Nicolai Boilesen 29 19 1 Copenhagen

England Euro 2021 Squad

As the second favorite to win the tournament, England are valued at 6,00 odds of accomplishing this feat. England have the most expensive team in the tournament, valued at 1,32 billion euros, and the pressure is high for them to perform. Their star striker and captain Harry Kane is the most expensive of the lot, valued at 120 million euros. All eyes will be on the Tottenham star, and a lot is riding on his performance in this tournament. Kane is the top favorite for the top goalscorer award, and the bookmakers have him taking it at 6,50 odds. Gareth Southgate will lead the team as manager and attempt to give England their first ever European Championship title.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Jordan Pickford 27 31 0 Everton
2 DF Kyle Walker 31 55 0 Manchester City
3 DF Luke Shaw 25 9 0 Manchester United
4 MF Declan Rice 22 16 1 West Ham
5 DF John Stones 27 42 2 Manchester City
6 DF Harry Maguire 28 32 3 Manchester United
7 MF Jack Grealish 25 6 0 Aston Villa
8 MF Jordan Henderson 30 58 0 Liverpool
9 FW Harry Kane (c) 27 54 34 Tottenham
10 FW Raheem Sterling 26 61 14 Manchester City
11 FW Marcus Rashford 23 40 11 Manchester United
12 DF Kieran Trippier 30 27 1 Atlético Madrid
13 GK Dean Henderson 24 1 0 Manchester United
14 MF Kalvin Phillips 25 7 0 Leeds United
15 DF Tyrone Mings 28 9 0 Aston Villa
16 DF Conor Coady 28 5 1 Wolverhampton
17 MF Jadon Sancho 21 18 3 Borussia Dortmund
18 FW Dominic Calvert-Lewin 24 8 4  Everton
19 MF Mason Mount 22 16 4 Chelsea
20 MF Phil Foden 21 6 2 Manchester City
21 DF Ben Chilwell 24 14 0 Chelsea
23 GK Sam Johnstone 28 0 0 West Bromwich
24 DF Reece James 21 6 0 Chelsea
25 MF Bukayo Saka 19 5 1 Arsenal
26 MF Jude Bellingham 17 3 0 Borussia Dortmund

Finland Euro 2021 Squad

Finland will be making their first appearance at the European Championship in the country’s history. They finished second in their qualifying group to guarantee themselves a spot in the tournament.
They have the least expensive squad in the entire tournament, valued at just 44,50 million euros, and their top player is Nowrich striker Teemu Pukki. Pukki enjoyed an excellent season and scored 26 goals for his team to bring them back to the Premier League.
He is valued at 7 million euros and 126,00 odds of winning the top goalscorer award.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Lukáš Hrádecký 31 65 0 Bayer Leverkusen
2 DF Paulus Arajuuri 32 51 3 Pafos
3 DF Daniel O’Shaughnessy 26 11 0  HJK
4 DF Joona Toivio 33 73 3 BK Häcken
5 DF Leo Väisänen 23 8 0  Elfsborg
6 MF Glen Kamara 25 31 1 Rangers
7 MF Robert Taylor 26 19 1 Brann
8 MF Robin Lod 28 43 4 Minnesota United FC
9 MF Fredrik Jensen 23 18 7 Augsburg
10 FW Teemu Pukki 31 91 30 Norwich City
11 MF Rasmus Schüller 29 49 0 Djurgårdens IF
12 GK Jesse Joronen 28 14 0 Brescia
13 MF Pyry Soiri 26 31 5 Esbjerg
14 MF Tim Sparv (c) 34 81 1 AEL
15 DF Niko Hämäläinen 24 7 0 Queens Park Rangers
16 DF Thomas Lam 27 26 0 PEC Zwolle
17 MF Nikolai Alho 28 12 0 MTK Budapest
18 DF Jere Uronen 26 49 1 Genk
19 MF Joni Kauko 30 25 0 Esbjerg
20 FW Joel Pohjanpalo 26 42 9 Union Berlin
21 FW Lassi Lappalainen 22 8 0 Montréal
22 DF Jukka Raitala 32 52 0 Minnesota United FC
23 GK Anssi Jaakkola 34 3 0 Bristol Rovers
24 MF Onni Valakari 21 5 1 Pafos
25 DF Robert Ivanov 26 4 0 Warta Poznań
26 FW Marcus Forss 21 5 1 Brentford

France Euro 2021 Squad

France are the top favorites to win the tournament and the bookmakers value them at 5,50 odds. France have won this tournament twice, and finished second in the latest 2016 edition, losing to Portugal in the final.
They have the second most expensive team in the tournament, valued at 1,03 billion euros, and their most expensive player is Kylian Mbappe at 160 million euros. The 22-year old PSG striker is also the third favorite for the top goalscorer award at 9,00 odds.
Didier Deschamps led this France team to gold in the 2018 World Cup, and this will be their opportunity to have their revenge for the 2016 finals defeat.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Hugo Lloris (c) 34 124 0 Tottenham
2 DF Benjamin Pavard 25 34 2 Bayern Munich
3 DF Presnel Kimpembe 25 16 0 Paris Saint-Germain
4 DF Raphaël Varane 28 74 5 Real Madrid
5 DF Clément Lenglet 25 12 1 Barcelona
6 MF Paul Pogba 28 79 10 Manchester United
7 FW Antoine Griezmann 30 90 36 Barcelona
8 MF Thomas Lemar 25 24 4 Atlético Madrid
9 FW Olivier Giroud 34 107 44 Chelsea
10 FW Kylian Mbappé 22 43 17 Paris Saint-Germain
11 FW Ousmane Dembélé 24 24 4 Barcelona
12 MF Corentin Tolisso 26 24 2 Bayern Munich
13 MF N’Golo Kanté 30 45 2 Chelsea
14 MF Adrien Rabiot 26 15 0 Juventus
15 DF Kurt Zouma 26 8 1 Chelsea
16 GK Steve Mandanda 36 34 0 Marseille
17 MF Moussa Sissoko 31 68 2 Tottenham
18 DF Lucas Digne 27 37 0 Everton
19 FW Karim Benzema 33 82 27 Real Madrid
20 MF Kingsley Coman 24 30 5 Bayern Munich
21 DF Lucas Hernandez 25 25 0 Bayern Munich
22 FW Wissam Ben Yedder 30 13 2 Monaco
23 GK Mike Maignan 25 1 0  Lille
24 DF Léo Dubois 26 7 0 Lyon
25 DF Jules Koundé 22 1 0 Sevilla
26 FW Marcus Thuram 23 3 0 Borussia Mgladbach

Germany Euro 2021 Squad

Germany will join France and Portugal in the ‘group of death’ hoping to see manager Joachim Low off with a spectacular performance. The bookmakers have them going all the way at 8,00 odds.
Germany won this tournament three times, but were bounced in the semi-finals in their last two appearances. Like Croatia, Germany have also been going through a rough streak, but the return of Muller and Hummels to the national team should bolster their ranks.
They have the third-most expensive team in the tournament, valued at 936,50 million euros, and their top candidate for the top goalscorer award is Chelsea’s Timo Werner at 26,00 odds.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Manuel Neuer (c) 35 99 0 Germany Bayern Munich
2 DF Antonio Rüdiger 28 40 1 England Chelsea
3 DF Marcel Halstenberg 29 8 1 Germany RB Leipzig
4 DF Matthias Ginter 27 39 2 Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach
5 DF Mats Hummels 32 71 5 Germany Borussia Dortmund
6 MF Joshua Kimmich 26 54 3 Germany Bayern Munich
7 FW Kai Havertz 22 13 3 England Chelsea
8 MF Toni Kroos 31 101 17 Spain Real Madrid
9 FW Kevin Volland 28 11 1 France Monaco
10 MF Serge Gnabry 25 21 15 Germany Bayern Munich
11 FW Timo Werner 25 38 15 England Chelsea
12 GK Bernd Leno 29 8 0 England Arsenal
13 MF Jonas Hofmann 28 3 0 Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach
14 MF Jamal Musiala 18 2 0 Germany Bayern Munich
15 DF Niklas Süle 25 30 1 Germany Bayern Munich
16 DF Lukas Klostermann 25 13 0 Germany RB Leipzig
17 MF Florian Neuhaus 24 6 2 Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach
18 MF Leon Goretzka 26 32 13 Germany Bayern Munich
19 MF Leroy Sané 25 29 6 Germany Bayern Munich
20 DF Robin Gosens 26 6 0 Italy Atalanta
21 MF İlkay Gündoğan 30 45 10 England Manchester City
22 GK Kevin Trapp 30 5 0 Germany Eintracht Frankfurt
23 DF Emre Can 27 33 1 Germany Borussia Dortmund
24 DF Robin Koch 24 8 0 England Leeds United
25 FW Thomas Müller 31 101 38 Germany Bayern Munich
26 DF Christian Günter 28 2 0 Germany SC Freiburg

Hungary Euro 2021 Squad

Hungary will be making their fourth appearance in this tournament, and their best finish was third place in 1964. They made it to the knockout stage in the 2016 edition, but were bounced by Belgium in round of 16. They had the misfortune of being placed in Group F with France, Portugal and Germany, and the bookies have them making it out of the group stage at 4,50 odds. Their team is among the least expensive squads in the tournament, valued at just 74,85 million euros, and their most expensive player is Leipzig’s Willi Orban. Manager Marco Rossi will have his hands full trying to figure out how to compete in the group stage, but they will nevertheless try to give their opponents headaches.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Péter Gulácsi 31 38 0 Germany RB Leipzig
2 DF Ádám Lang 28 39 1 Cyprus Omonia
3 DF Ákos Kecskés 25 1 0 Switzerland Lugano
4 DF Attila Szalai 23 12 0 Turkey Fenerbahçe
5 DF Attila Fiola 31 34 1 Hungary Fehérvár
6 DF Willi Orbán 28 21 5 Germany RB Leipzig
7 DF Loïc Négo 30 10 2 Hungary Fehérvár
8 MF Ádám Nagy 25 47 1 England Bristol City
9 FW Ádám Szalai (c) 33 70 23 Germany Mainz 05
10 MF Tamás Cseri 33 3 0 Hungary Mezőkövesd
11 FW Filip Holender 26 15 1 Serbia Partizan
12 GK Dénes Dibusz 30 15 0 Hungary Ferencváros
13 MF András Schäfer 22 5 1 Slovakia Dunajská Streda
14 DF Gergő Lovrencsics 32 40 1 Hungary Ferencváros
15 MF László Kleinheisler 27 33 3 Croatia Osijek
16 MF Dániel Gazdag 25 6 1 United States Philadelphia Union
17 MF Roland Varga 31 21 3 Hungary MTK Budapest
18 MF Dávid Sigér 30 13 1 Hungary Ferencváros
19 MF Kevin Varga 25 7 1 Turkey Kasımpaşa
20 FW Roland Sallai 24 22 4 Germany SC Freiburg
21 DF Endre Botka 26 10 0 Hungary Ferencváros
22 GK Ádám Bogdán 33 20 0 Hungary Ferencváros
23 FW Nemanja Nikolić 33 38 8 Hungary Fehérvár
24 FW Szabolcs Schön 20 0 0 United States FC Dallas
25 FW János Hahn 26 1 0 Hungary Paks
26 DF Bendegúz Bolla 21 1 0 Hungary Fehérvár

Italy Euro 2021 Squad

The Azzurri, led by Roberto Mancini are looking to finally snap their Euros curse and win it all. They won the competition in 1968, but failed to repeat their success, finishing second in the 2000 and 2012 edition. Italy are valued at 12,00 odds of winning the tournament and their top candidate for individual awards is Ciro Immobile. The bookmakers have him winning top goalscorer at 26,00 odds, and winning the player of the tournament at 51,00. Their squad is valued at 764 million euros and their captain will be Juventus centre back Giorgio Chiellini.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Salvatore Sirigu 34 26 0 Torino
2 DF Giovanni Di Lorenzo 27 7 0 Napoli
3 DF Giorgio Chiellini (c) 36 107 8 Juventus
4 DF Leonardo Spinazzola 28 14 0 Roma
5 MF Manuel Locatelli 23 10 1 Sassuolo
6 MF Marco Verratti 28 40 3 Paris Saint-Germain
7 MF Lorenzo Pellegrini 24 17 2 Roma
8 MF Jorginho 29 28 5 Chelsea
9 FW Andrea Belotti 27 33 12 Torino
10 FW Lorenzo Insigne 30 41 8 Napoli
11 FW Domenico Berardi 26 11 5 Sassuolo
12 MF Stefano Sensi 25 8 3 Internazionale
13 DF Emerson 26 15 0 Chelsea
14 MF Federico Chiesa 23 25 1 Juventus
15 DF Francesco Acerbi 33 14 1 Lazio
16 MF Bryan Cristante 26 11 1 Roma
17 FW Ciro Immobile 31 46 13 Lazio
18 MF Nicolò Barella 24 23 5 Internazionale
19 DF Leonardo Bonucci 34 102 7 Juventus
20 MF Federico Bernardeschi 27 30 6 Juventus
21 GK Gianluigi Donnarumma 22 26 0 Milan
22 FW Giacomo Raspadori 21 1 0 Sassuolo
23 DF Alessandro Bastoni 22 5 0 Internazionale
24 DF Alessandro Florenzi 30 43 2 Paris Saint-Germain
25 DF Rafael Tolói 30 3 0 Atalanta
26 GK Alex Meret 24 2 0 Napoli

Netherlands Euro 2021 Squad

The Netherlands have had their share of tough luck in this tournament since winning it in 1988. They had three third place finishes and failed to qualify for the 2016 edition. The bookmakers have them winning it all at 13,00 odds, and once they make it out of the group stage anything can happen. Their squad is valued at 637,05 million euros and their most expensive player is Frenkie de Jong at 90 million. Juventus centre back Mathijs de Ligt is valued to win top young player of the tournament at 10,00 odds, whilst their candidate for top goalscorer is Memphis Depay at 21,00. Frank de Boer will lead this squad in his first major tournament since being appointed manager in September 2020.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Maarten Stekelenburg 38 58 0 Netherlands Ajax
2 DF Joël Veltman 29 27 2 England Brighton & Hove Albion
3 DF Matthijs de Ligt 21 27 2 Italy Juventus
4 DF Nathan Aké 26 19 2 England Manchester City
5 DF Owen Wijndal 21 8 0 Netherlands AZ
6 DF Stefan de Vrij 29 44 3 Italy Internazionale
7 FW Steven Berghuis 29 25 2 Netherlands Feyenoord
8 MF Georginio Wijnaldum (c) 30 74 22 England Liverpool
9 FW Luuk de Jong 30 36 8 Spain Sevilla
10 FW Memphis Depay 27 63 25 France Lyon
11 MF Quincy Promes 29 48 7 Russia Spartak Moscow
12 DF Patrick van Aanholt 30 14 0 England Crystal Palace
13 GK Tim Krul 33 15 0 England Norwich City
14 MF Davy Klaassen 28 23 5 Netherlands Ajax
15 MF Marten de Roon 30 22 0 Italy Atalanta
16 MF Ryan Gravenberch 19 4 0 Netherlands Ajax
17 DF Daley Blind 31 77 2 Netherlands Ajax
18 FW Donyell Malen 22 8 2 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven
19 FW Wout Weghorst 28 5 0 Germany VfL Wolfsburg
20 MF Donny van de Beek 24 19 3 England Manchester United
21 MF Frenkie de Jong 24 26 1 Spain Barcelona
22 DF Denzel Dumfries 25 18 0 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven
23 GK Marco Bizot 30 1 0 Netherlands AZ
24 MF Teun Koopmeiners 23 1 0 Netherlands AZ
25 MF Jurriën Timber 19 1 0 Netherlands Ajax
26 FW Cody Gakpo 22 0 0 Netherlands PSV Eindhoven

North Macedonia Euro 2021 Squad

One of the teams making their debut in the European Championship will be North Macedonia. Led by Igor Angelovski, North Macedonia will face the Netherlands, Ukraine and Austria in the group stage. Their squad is valued at just 61,80 million euros, with Genoa striker Goran Pandev being the team’s captain. The bookies have North Macedonia reaching the quarter-final at 15,00 odds and Pandev taking the top goalscorer award at 201,00.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Stole Dimitrievski 27 42 0 Spain Rayo Vallecano
2 DF Egzon Bejtulai 27 21 0 North Macedonia Shkëndija
3 DF Gjoko Zajkov 26 17 1 Belgium Charleroi
4 DF Kire Ristevski 30 47 0 Hungary Újpest
5 MF Arijan Ademi 30 21 4 Croatia Dinamo Zagreb
6 DF Visar Musliu 26 31 1 Hungary Fehérvár
7 FW Ivan Trichkovski 34 64 7 Cyprus AEK Larnaca
8 DF Ezgjan Alioski 29 44 8 England Leeds United
9 FW Aleksandar Trajkovski 28 65 18 Spain Mallorca
10 FW Goran Pandev (c) 37 119 37 Italy Genoa
11 MF Ferhan Hasani 30 41 2 Albania Partizani
12 GK Risto Jankov 22 0 0 North Macedonia Rabotnički
13 DF Stefan Ristovski 29 65 2 Croatia Dinamo Zagreb
14 DF Darko Velkovski 25 27 1 Croatia Rijeka
15 MF Tihomir Kostadinov 25 10 0 Slovakia Ružomberok
16 MF Boban Nikolov 26 34 2 Italy Lecce
17 MF Enis Bardhi 25 34 6 Spain Levante
18 FW Vlatko Stojanovski 24 8 2 France Chambly
19 FW Krste Velkoski 33 16 0 Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo
20 MF Stefan Spirovski 30 40 1 Cyprus AEK Larnaca
21 MF Elif Elmas 21 27 7 Italy Napoli
22 GK Damjan Shishkovski 26 6 0 Cyprus Doxa Katokopias
23 FW Marjan Radeski 26 17 1 North Macedonia Akademija Pandev
24 FW Daniel Avramovski 26 6 0 Turkey Kayserispor
25 MF Darko Churlinov 20 3 1 Germany VfB Stuttgart
26 MF Milan Ristovski 23 1 1 Slovakia Spartak Trnava

Poland Euro 2021 Squad

Poland will be making their fourth appearance at the Euros this year, and they have yet to make an impact at the big stage. They netted two group stage exits, but made it to the quarter finals in the 2016 edition, only to be bounced by Portugal in a penalty shootout. New manager and former Fiorentina boss Paolo Sousa will manage the team into their first major tournament together. Their team is valued at 276,80 million euros, and will be led by Bayern star striker Robert Lewangoalski. Excuse me, Lewandowski. The bookmakers have them going all the way at 81,00 odds and Lewangoalski taking the top goalscorer and player of the tournament awards at 21,00 and 34,00 odds respectively.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Wojciech Szczęsny 31 52 0 Italy Juventus
2 DF Kamil Piątkowski 20 2 0 Poland Raków Częstochowa
3 MF Paweł Dawidowicz 26 2 0 Italy Hellas Verona
4 DF Tomasz Kędziora 27 22 0 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
5 DF Jan Bednarek 25 30 1 England Southampton
6 MF Kacper Kozłowski 17 2 0 Poland Pogoń Szczecin
7 FW Arkadiusz Milik 27 59 15 France Marseille
8 MF Karol Linetty 26 31 2 Italy Torino
9 FW Robert Lewandowski (c) 32 118 66 Germany Bayern Munich
10 MF Grzegorz Krychowiak 31 79 4 Russia Lokomotiv Moscow
11 FW Karol Świderski 24 3 1 Greece PAOK
12 GK Łukasz Skorupski 30 4 0 Italy Bologna
13 DF Maciej Rybus 31 61 2 Russia Lokomotiv Moscow
14 MF Mateusz Klich 30 31 2 England Leeds United
15 DF Kamil Glik 33 82 6 Italy Benevento
16 MF Jakub Moder 22 9 2 England Brighton & Hove Albion
17 MF Przemysław Płacheta 23 3 0 England Norwich City
18 DF Bartosz Bereszyński 28 32 0 Italy Sampdoria
19 MF Przemysław Frankowski 26 11 1 United States Chicago Fire FC
20 MF Piotr Zieliński 27 59 6 Italy Napoli
21 MF Kamil Jóźwiak 23 13 2 England Derby County
22 GK Łukasz Fabiański 36 56 0 England West Ham United
23 FW Dawid Kownacki 24 7 1 Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf
24 FW Jakub Świerczok 28 4 1 Poland Piast Gliwice
25 DF Michał Helik 25 3 0 England Barnsley
26 DF Tymoteusz Puchacz 22 1 0 Poland Lech Poznań

Portugal Euro 2021 Squad

Portugal are entering the 2020 European Championship hoping to become just the second team in history to defend their title. The bookmakers have them pulling it off at 9,00 odds, but their toughest assignment will be to make it out of Group F. Manager Fernando Santos will look to lead this team to their second Euros title, along with Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo. Their squad is valued at 872,50 million euros and is the fifth most expensive team in the tournament. Atletico Madrid striker Joao Felix is their top candidate for the top young player of the tournament award with 21,00 odds. For the big boys, Roaldo is valued at 21,00 odds for the top player award and 13,00 to be the top goalscorer.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Rui Patrício 33 93 0 England Wolverhampton Wanderers
2 DF Nélson Semedo 27 18 0 England Wolverhampton Wanderers
3 DF Pepe 38 114 7 Portugal Porto
4 DF Rúben Dias 24 27 2 England Manchester City
5 DF Raphaël Guerreiro 27 46 2 Germany Borussia Dortmund
6 DF José Fonte 37 46 0 France Lille
7 FW Cristiano Ronaldo (c) 36 174 103 Italy Juventus
8 MF João Moutinho 34 130 7 England Wolverhampton Wanderers
9 FW André Silva 25 38 16 Germany Eintracht Frankfurt
10 MF Bernardo Silva 26 54 7 England Manchester City
11 MF Bruno Fernandes 26 28 2 England Manchester United
12 GK Anthony Lopes 30 13 0 France Lyon
13 MF Danilo Pereira 29 46 2 France Paris Saint-Germain
14 MF William Carvalho 29 65 4 Spain Real Betis
15 FW Rafa Silva 28 21 0 Portugal Benfica
16 MF Renato Sanches 23 25 2 France Lille
17 MF Gonçalo Guedes 24 22 6 Spain Valencia
18 MF Rúben Neves 24 20 0 England Wolverhampton Wanderers
19 MF Pedro Gonçalves 22 1 0 Portugal Sporting CP
20 DF João Cancelo 27 26 4 England Manchester City
21 FW Diogo Jota 24 13 6 England Liverpool
22 GK Rui Silva 27 0 0 Spain Granada
23 FW João Félix 21 17 3 Spain Atlético Madrid
24 MF Sérgio Oliveira 29 11 0 Portugal Porto
25 DF Nuno Mendes 18 4 0 Portugal Sporting CP
26 MF João Palhinha 25 4 1 Portugal Sporting CP

Russia Euro 2021 Squad

Russia won the Ruos once in 1960, and lost in three finals since. They exited in the group stage in four of their last five campaigns, and they are looking to finally escape the shackles and make a splash in this tournament. The Russians are far from favorites to win it all, and the bookies have them going all the way at 67,00 odds. Manager Stanislav Chershesov wants to pull off the impossible with a team valued at 190,80 million euros. They will be facing Belgium, Finland and Denmark in the group stage, and if they can reach the knockout stage, anything can happen. Team captain and Zenit striker Artem Dryzba is valued at 101,00 odds of taking home the top goalscorer award.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Anton Shunin 34 12 0 Russia Dynamo Moscow
2 DF Mário Fernandes 30 29 5 Russia CSKA Moscow
3 DF Igor Diveyev 21 4 0 Russia CSKA Moscow
4 DF Vyacheslav Karavayev 26 13 2 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
5 DF Andrei Semyonov 32 26 0 Russia Akhmat Grozny
6 MF Denis Cheryshev 30 30 12 Spain Valencia
7 MF Magomed Ozdoyev 28 32 4 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
8 MF Dmitri Barinov 24 5 0 Russia Lokomotiv Moscow
9 FW Aleksandr Sobolev 24 6 3 Russia Spartak Moscow
10 FW Anton Zabolotny 29 13 1 Russia Sochi
11 MF Roman Zobnin 27 35 0 Russia Spartak Moscow
12 GK Yury Dyupin 33 0 0 Russia Rubin Kazan
13 DF Fyodor Kudryashov 34 44 1 Turkey Antalyaspor
14 DF Georgi Dzhikiya 27 33 1 Russia Spartak Moscow
15 FW Aleksei Miranchuk 25 33 5 Italy Atalanta
16 GK Matvei Safonov 22 1 0 Russia Krasnodar
17 MF Aleksandr Golovin 25 38 5 France Monaco
18 MF Yuri Zhirkov 37 104 2 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
19 MF Rifat Zhemaletdinov 24 4 0 Russia Lokomotiv Moscow
20 FW Aleksei Ionov 32 35 4 Russia Krasnodar
21 MF Daniil Fomin 24 4 0 Russia Dynamo Moscow
22 FW Artem Dzyuba (c) 32 52 29 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
23 MF Daler Kuzyayev 28 34 2 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
24 MF Andrei Mostovoy 23 8 0 Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg
25 FW Denis Makarov 23 0 0 Russia Rubin Kazan
26 MF Maksim Mukhin 19 2 0 Russia Lokomotiv Moscow

Scotland Euro 2021 Squad

Scotland will be making their return to the European Championship after a 21-year wait. This will be their third appearance at this tournament and manager Steve Clarke will have his hands full in group D with England, Croatia and the Czech Republic. Their squad is worth 269,85 million euros, and their team captain will likely be Liverpool left back Andrew Robertson. The bookmakers have them making the quarter-finals at 8,00 odds and Celtic midfielder David Turnbull winning the award for top young player at 101,00 odds.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK David Marshall 36 43 0 England Derby County
2 DF Stephen O’Donnell 29 18 0 Scotland Motherwell
3 DF Andrew Robertson (c) 27 44 3 England Liverpool
4 MF Scott McTominay 24 22 0 England Manchester United
5 DF Grant Hanley 29 32 2 England Norwich City
6 DF Kieran Tierney 24 20 0 England Arsenal
7 MF John McGinn 26 32 10 England Aston Villa
8 MF Callum McGregor 27 30 0 Scotland Celtic
9 FW Lyndon Dykes 25 11 2 England Queens Park Rangers
10 FW Ché Adams 24 3 1 England Southampton
11 MF Ryan Christie 26 19 4 Scotland Celtic
12 GK Craig Gordon 38 57 0 Scotland Heart of Midlothian
13 DF Greg Taylor 23 5 0 Scotland Celtic
14 MF John Fleck 29 5 0 England Sheffield United
15 DF Declan Gallagher 30 8 0 Scotland Motherwell
16 DF Liam Cooper 29 6 0 England Leeds United
17 MF Stuart Armstrong 29 25 2 England Southampton
18 MF David Turnbull 21 1 0 Scotland Celtic
19 FW Kevin Nisbet 24 2 1 Scotland Hibernian
20 MF Ryan Fraser 27 17 4 England Newcastle United
21 GK Jon McLaughlin 33 2 0 Scotland Rangers
22 DF Nathan Patterson 19 0 0 Scotland Rangers
23 MF Billy Gilmour 20 1 0 England Chelsea
24 DF Jack Hendry 26 6 1 Belgium Oostende
25 MF James Forrest 29 36 5 Scotland Celtic
26 DF Scott McKenna 24 20 0 England Nottingham Forest

Slovakia Euro 2021 Squad

Slovakia will be making their second appearance at the European Championship as an independent state, with their first campaign being in 2016. They managed to get to the knockout stage in that one, but lost to Germany with a 0:3 result in the round of 16. The bookmakers don’t see them making a very deep push in this tournament, but they have them making the quarter-final at 9,00 odds. Manager Stevan Tarkovic was appointed in late 2020 and will be looking to make history with this 131 million-euro squad. Inter centre back Milan Skriniar is their best and most expensive player, valued at 60 million euros.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Martin Dúbravka 32 24 0 England Newcastle United
2 DF Peter Pekarík 34 100 2 Germany Hertha BSC
3 DF Denis Vavro 25 10 0 Spain Huesca
4 DF Martin Valjent 25 9 0 Spain Mallorca
5 DF Ľubomír Šatka 25 13 0 Poland Lech Poznań
6 MF Ján Greguš 30 34 4 United States Minnesota United FC
7 MF Vladimír Weiss 31 68 7 Slovakia Slovan Bratislava
8 MF Ondrej Duda 26 44 5 Germany 1. FC Köln
9 FW Róbert Boženík 21 16 4 Netherlands Feyenoord
10 MF Tomáš Suslov 19 3 0 Netherlands Groningen
11 MF László Bénes 23 4 1 Germany FC Augsburg
12 GK Dušan Kuciak 36 14 0 Poland Lechia Gdańsk
13 MF Patrik Hrošovský 29 35 0 Belgium Genk
14 DF Milan Škriniar 26 39 2 Italy Internazionale
15 DF Tomáš Hubočan 35 69 0 Cyprus Omonia
16 DF Dávid Hancko 23 14 1 Czech Republic Sparta Prague
17 MF Marek Hamšík (c) 33 126 26 Sweden IFK Göteborg
18 MF Lukáš Haraslín 25 14 1 Italy Sassuolo
19 MF Juraj Kucka 34 82 10 Italy Parma
20 FW Róbert Mak 30 65 14 Hungary Ferencváros
21 FW Michal Ďuriš 33 55 7 Cyprus Omonia
22 MF Stanislav Lobotka 26 28 3 Italy Napoli
23 GK Marek Rodák 24 6 0 England Fulham
24 DF Martin Koscelník 26 4 0 Czech Republic Slovan Liberec
25 MF Jakub Hromada 25 1 0 Czech Republic Slavia Prague
26 FW Ivan Schranz 27 7 1 Czech Republic Jablonec

Spain Euro 2021 Squad

Spain won this tournament three times, with back-to-back titles in 2008 and 2012. They will be entering this tournament with the intention of dethroning Portugal, and the bookies have them doing it at 8,50 odds. They are fourth in the most expensive club race with a value of 915 million euros. Former Barcelona manager Louis Enrique will try to lead the squad back to their glory days and establish a new legacy for Spanish football. Juventus striker Alvaro Morata is their top candidate for top goalscorer at 26,00 odds. Liverpool midfielder Thiago Alcantara is their front runner for the player of the tournament at 26,00 odds.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK David de Gea 30 45 0 England Manchester United
2 DF César Azpilicueta 31 25 0 England Chelsea
3 DF Diego Llorente 27 8 0 England Leeds United
4 DF Pau Torres 24 8 1 Spain Villarreal
5 MF Sergio Busquets (c) 32 123 2 Spain Barcelona
6 MF Marcos Llorente 26 5 0 Spain Atlético Madrid
7 FW Álvaro Morata 28 40 19 Italy Juventus
8 MF Koke 29 50 0 Spain Atlético Madrid
9 FW Gerard Moreno 29 11 5 Spain Villarreal
10 MF Thiago 30 42 2 England Liverpool
11 MF Ferran Torres 21 11 6 England Manchester City
12 DF Eric García 20 8 0 England Manchester City
13 GK Robert Sánchez 23 0 0 England Brighton & Hove Albion
14 DF José Gayà 26 14 2 Spain Valencia
16 MF Rodri 24 20 1 England Manchester City
17 MF Fabián Ruiz 25 12 1 Italy Napoli
18 DF Jordi Alba 32 72 8 Spain Barcelona
19 MF Dani Olmo 23 11 3 Germany RB Leipzig
20 MF Adama Traoré 25 5 0 England Wolverhampton Wanderers
21 FW Mikel Oyarzabal 24 13 4 Spain Real Sociedad
22 MF Pablo Sarabia 29 4 1 France Paris Saint-Germain
23 GK Unai Simón 24 7 0 Spain Athletic Bilbao
24 DF Aymeric Laporte 27 1 0 England Manchester City
26 FW Pedri 18 4 0 Spain Barcelona

Sweden Euro 2021 Squad

Sweden will try and make it out of the group stage of the Euros for the first time since 2004. They qualified for all five editions of the competition, but they got no further than the quarter-finals. The bookmakers have them reaching the quarter finals again at 3,60 and the semi-finals at 10,00 odds. Manager Janne Andersson will have to make do without striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but it may allow his young recruits to shine. Juventus wing Dejan Kulesevski is valued at 21,00 odds to win the award for the top young player, whilst their candidate for top goalscorer is Real Sociedad forward Alexander Isak with 101,00 odds.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Robin Olsen 31 44 0 England Everton
2 DF Mikael Lustig 34 90 6 Sweden AIK
3 DF Victor Lindelöf 26 41 3 England Manchester United
4 DF Andreas Granqvist (c) 36 88 9 Sweden Helsingborgs IF
5 DF Pierre Bengtsson 33 38 0 Denmark Vejle
6 DF Ludwig Augustinsson 27 32 2 Germany Werder Bremen
7 MF Sebastian Larsson 36 129 10 Sweden AIK
8 MF Albin Ekdal 31 57 0 Italy Sampdoria
9 FW Marcus Berg 34 86 24 Russia Krasnodar
10 MF Emil Forsberg 29 58 9 Germany RB Leipzig
11 FW Alexander Isak 21 22 6 Spain Real Sociedad
12 GK Karl-Johan Johnsson 31 9 0 Denmark Copenhagen
13 MF Gustav Svensson 34 31 0 China Guangzhou City
14 DF Filip Helander 28 15 0 Scotland Rangers
15 MF Ken Sema 27 12 0 England Watford
16 DF Emil Krafth 26 28 0 England Newcastle United
17 MF Viktor Claesson 29 46 9 Russia Krasnodar
18 DF Pontus Jansson 30 27 0 England Brentford
19 MF Mattias Svanberg 22 9 1 Italy Bologna
20 MF Kristoffer Olsson 25 25 0 Russia Krasnodar
21 MF Dejan Kulusevski 21 13 1 Italy Juventus
22 MF Robin Quaison 27 26 9 Germany Mainz 05
23 GK Kristoffer Nordfeldt 31 14 0 Turkey Gençlerbirliği
24 DF Marcus Danielson 32 9 3 China Dalian Professional
25 FW Jordan Larsson 23 6 1 Russia Spartak Moscow
26 MF Jens Cajuste 21 4 0 Denmark Midtjylland

Switzerland Euro 2021 Squad

Switzerland are looking to break the cold spell and finally make a deep push at the Euros. They left the tournament in the group stage three times, and were bounced in round of 16 in the 2016 edition. Former Lazio manager Vladimir Petkovic will look to lead the Swiss squad to their biggest European Championship push in country history. They will be facing Wales, Italy and Turkey. The bookmakers have them reaching the quarter-final at 3,75 odds with a squad valued at 283,50 million euros. Liverpool midfielder and team captain Xeridan Shaqiri is given 151,00 odds of winning the top player of the tournament award.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Yann Sommer 32 61 0 Borussia Mönchengladbach
2 DF Kevin Mbabu 26 12 0 VfL Wolfsburg
3 DF Silvan Widmer 28 16 1 Basel
4 DF Nico Elvedi 24 26 1 Borussia Mönchengladbach
5 DF Manuel Akanji 25 29 0 Borussia Dortmund
6 MF Denis Zakaria 24 32 3 Borussia Mönchengladbach
7 FW Breel Embolo 24 43 5 Borussia Mönchengladbach
8 MF Remo Freuler 29 29 3 Atalanta
9 FW Haris Seferović 29 74 21 Benfica
10 MF Granit Xhaka (c) 28 94 12 Arsenal
11 MF Ruben Vargas 22 12 2 FC Augsburg
12 GK Yvon Mvogo 27 4 0 PSV Eindhoven
13 DF Ricardo Rodríguez 28 81 9 Torino
14 MF Steven Zuber 29 37 8 Eintracht Frankfurt
15 MF Djibril Sow 24 16 0 Eintracht Frankfurt
16 MF Christian Fassnacht 27 8 3 Young Boys
17 DF Loris Benito 29 12 1 Bordeaux
18 FW Admir Mehmedi 30 74 10 VfL Wolfsburg
19 FW Mario Gavranović 31 30 14 Dinamo Zagreb
20 MF Edimilson Fernandes 25 22 2 Mainz 05
21 GK Jonas Omlin 27 2 0 Montpellier
22 DF Fabian Schär 29 60 8 Newcastle United
23 MF Xherdan Shaqiri 29 91 23 Liverpool
24 DF Bećir Omeragić 19 4 0 Zürich
25 DF Eray Cömert 23 6 0 Basel
26 DF Jordan Lotomba 22 2 0 Nice

Turkey Euro 2021 Squad

After reaching the semi-finals in the 2008 edition of the Euros, Turkey haven’t had much success in the tournament. Their 2016 group stage exit has left fans wanting for more and it will be up to manager Senol Gunes to deliver. The bookies give them 51,00 odds of going all the way, and 9,00 to reach the semi-finals. Their team is worth 325 million euros, with Leicester back Caglar Söyüncü being their most expensive player, valued at 45 million. Ozan Kabak is their top candidate to win the top young player award at 51,00 odds.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Mert Günok 32 22 0 Turkey İstanbul Başakşehir
2 DF Zeki Çelik 24 20 2 France Lille
3 DF Merih Demiral 23 21 0 Italy Juventus
4 DF Çağlar Söyüncü 25 35 2 England Leicester City
5 MF Okay Yokuşlu 27 34 1 England West Bromwich Albion
6 MF Ozan Tufan 26 60 9 Turkey Fenerbahçe
7 FW Cengiz Ünder 23 29 9 England Leicester City
8 MF Dorukhan Toköz 25 9 1 Turkey Beşiktaş
9 FW Kenan Karaman 27 22 5 Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf
10 MF Hakan Çalhanoğlu 27 56 13 Italy Milan
11 FW Yusuf Yazıcı 24 31 1 France Lille
12 GK Altay Bayındır 23 1 0 Turkey Fenerbahçe
13 DF Umut Meraş 25 13 0 France Le Havre
14 MF Taylan Antalyalı 26 6 0 Turkey Galatasaray
15 DF Ozan Kabak 21 12 0 England Liverpool
16 FW Enes Ünal 24 22 2 Spain Getafe
17 FW Burak Yılmaz (c) 35 67 29 France Lille
18 DF Rıdvan Yılmaz 20 2 0 Turkey Beşiktaş
19 MF Orkun Kökçü 20 6 0 Netherlands Feyenoord
20 MF Abdülkadir Ömür 21 9 0 Turkey Trabzonspor
21 MF İrfan Kahveci 25 18 0 Turkey Fenerbahçe
22 DF Kaan Ayhan 26 37 4 Italy Sassuolo
23 GK Uğurcan Çakır 25 8 0 Turkey Trabzonspor
24 MF Kerem Aktürkoğlu 22 1 0 Turkey Galatasaray
25 DF Mert Müldür 22 8 0 Italy Sassuolo
26 MF Halil Dervişoğlu 21 2 1 Turkey Galatasaray

Ukraine Euro 2021 Squad

Ukraine are making their third appearance at the prestigious tournament in the country’s history. Former A.C. Milan star Andriy Schevchenko will be looking to make a name for himself as a manager as well by bringing this team to new heights. His squad is worth 197,20 million euros, and the bookmakers have them reaching the semi-finals at 7,00 odds. Gent striker Roman Yaremchuk is their prime candidate for top goalscorer at 81,00 odds. Manchester City left back Oleksandr Zinchenko is valued at 101,00 odds to win the top player of the tournament award.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Heorhiy Bushchan 27 6 0 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
2 DF Eduard Sobol 26 19 0 Belgium Club Brugge
3 MF Heorhiy Sudakov 18 2 0 Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
4 DF Serhiy Kryvtsov 30 22 0 Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
5 MF Serhiy Sydorchuk 30 36 3 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
6 MF Taras Stepanenko 31 61 3 Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
7 FW Andriy Yarmolenko 31 93 38 England West Ham United
8 MF Ruslan Malinovskyi 28 36 6 Italy Atalanta
9 FW Roman Yaremchuk 25 23 7 Belgium Gent
10 MF Mykola Shaparenko 22 11 0 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
11 MF Marlos 33 24 1 Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
12 GK Andriy Pyatov (c) 36 96 0 Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
13 DF Illya Zabarnyi 18 7 0 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
14 MF Yevhenii Makarenko 30 11 0 Belgium Kortrijk
15 MF Viktor Tsyhankov 23 26 6 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
16 DF Vitaliy Mykolenko 22 15 0 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
17 DF Oleksandr Zinchenko 24 38 5 England Manchester City
18 MF Roman Bezus 30 23 5 Belgium Gent
19 FW Artem Besyedin 25 15 2 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
20 FW Oleksandr Zubkov 24 10 1 Hungary Ferencváros
21 DF Oleksandr Karavayev 29 32 1 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
22 DF Mykola Matviyenko 25 35 0 Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
23 GK Anatoliy Trubin 19 2 0 Ukraine Shakhtar Donetsk
24 DF Oleksandr Tymchyk 24 4 0 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
25 DF Denys Popov 22 1 0 Ukraine Dynamo Kyiv
26 FW Artem Dovbyk 23 2 0 Ukraine Dnipro-1

Wales Euro 2021 Squad

Wales will be making their second appearance in this tournament, after a very successful debut campaign. They made it all the way to the semi-finals, but were defeated by Portugal with a 2:0 and finished third. They will be facing Turkey, Italy and Switzerland in Group A, and the bookmakers have them reaching the semi-final again at 15,00 odds. It will be up to interim manager Robert Page to lead them to another deep push in the prestigious tournament. Liverpool right back Neco Williams is their top candidate for the top young player award at 67,00 odds, whilst for the big boys it’s Gareth Bale with the same odds.

No. Pos. Player AGE Caps Goals Club
1 GK Wayne Hennessey 34 96 0 England Crystal Palace
2 DF Chris Gunter 31 101 0 England Charlton Athletic
3 DF Neco Williams 20 11 1 England Liverpool
4 DF Ben Davies 28 60 0 England Tottenham Hotspur
5 DF Tom Lockyer 26 13 0 England Luton Town
6 DF Joe Rodon 23 14 0 England Tottenham Hotspur
7 MF Joe Allen 31 59 2 England Stoke City
8 MF Harry Wilson 24 26 5 Wales Cardiff City
9 FW Tyler Roberts 22 14 0 England Leeds United
10 MF Aaron Ramsey 30 63 16 Italy Juventus
11 FW Gareth Bale (c) 31 92 33 England Tottenham Hotspur
12 GK Danny Ward 27 13 0 England Leicester City
13 FW Kieffer Moore 28 17 5 Wales Cardiff City
14 DF Connor Roberts 25 26 1 Wales Swansea City
15 DF Ethan Ampadu 20 23 0 England Sheffield United
16 MF Joe Morrell 24 15 0 England Luton Town
17 DF Rhys Norrington-Davies 22 5 0 England Stoke City
18 MF Jonny Williams 27 28 1 Wales Cardiff City
19 MF David Brooks 23 18 2 England Bournemouth
20 MF Daniel James 23 20 4 England Manchester United
21 GK Adam Davies 28 2 0 England Stoke City
22 DF Chris Mepham 23 18 0 England Bournemouth
23 MF Dylan Levitt 20 8 0 Croatia Istra 1961
24 DF Ben Cabango 21 3 0 Wales Swansea City
25 MF Rubin Colwill 19 1 0 Wales Cardiff City
26 MF Matthew Smith 21 14 0 England Doncaster Rovers
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