The group stage play of the Euro Cup betting has come to a close and there remain just as many Euro Cup betting questions now as before.
The shedding of eight teams in the Euro Cup odds did little to clarify the Euro Cup betting situation. But with one time favorite Portugal gone, the Euro Cup betting is down to seven teams and Euro Cup odds makers have quietly picked their favorites.
For anyone that has been keeping up with the Euro Cup betting action it’s no secret which team has been the best on paper and wowed Euro Cup odds makers. The Dutch came into the Euro Cup betting without much fanfare due to their draw in the Group of Death, the most difficult grouping in the Euro Cup odds this year. However, the Orange Crush crushed the French and early Euro Cup betting favorite Italy by huge margins. This team looks as though it’s on a mission and has been the class of the Euro Cup betting so far. But the knockout stage is a completely different type of Euro Cup odds betting as Portugal recently found out.
Germany looked sloppy at best in the Group stages of the Euro Cup betting, but snuck into the knockout stage and sent Portugal -one of the Euro Cup odds favorites- packing. At this stage of the Euro Cup betting experience is big asset and the young Dutch side lacks this crucial element. Another side that has been tearing through the Euro Cup betting competition but lacks experience on the bigger Euro Cup odds stage is Spain. A very talented side on paper this team has suffered more Euro Cup betting melt downs that any other country in existence.
Pre-tournament Euro Cup betting favorites Germany and Italy must still be considered the Euro Cup betting favorites until proven otherwise. Several teams put up gaudy numbers in the group stages, but as Portugal found out, group stage play means almost nothing in the knockout stages of the Euro Cup betting. Spain and the Netherlands will be looking to buck this adage and there should be some outstanding Euro Cup betting action if they can keep up their current level of play.
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