Is this the EURO 2020 year Spain gets back to the dominant team it was a decade ago, or will it be another year of disappointment?
Spain won back to back UEFA European Championships in 2008 and 2012, with a 2010 World Cup title as well, to put itself in the conversation as the greatest team ever.
In the Euro 2020 tournament, this Spanish side is a heavy favorite to win Group E, and have big odds to win on Matchday-1 against a decent Sweden team. Both Sweden and Poland, who will face off on Matchday-3, will think they can move into the Round of 16.
Here is a look at the opening game odds in Group E, with the odds to win the group and to be one of the 16 teams to advance into the knockout stages.
Euro 2020 Group E Predictions
Spain is going to win the group, and there is very little value taking any team here to qualify outside of Slovakia, which probably won’t. Sweden might be the play here to qualify, especially if the odds change after the first match.
Euro 2020 Group E Matchday-1 odds
Poland (-125) vs. Slovakia (+350), draw (+240), 12 p.m EDT (ESPN and Fubo.TV)
Spain (-300) vs. Sweden (+750), draw (+350), 3 p.m. EDT (ESPN and Fubo.TV)
Poland ML, Spain -1
Odds to win UEFA Euro 2020 Group E
- Spain -350
- Poland +550
- Sweden +650
- Slovakia +1600
Odds to qualify for knockout stage
- Spain -5000
- Poland -225
- Sweden -187
- Slovakia +150
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Which team offers best futures value odds to win NBA title?
Here we are, after what was a very interesting 2020-21 campaign, ready to start the NBA Playoffs.
If it seems like we just watched the 2020 playoffs unfold, it is because it has not been very long since October.
But trust me: after the two months of this NBA Playoff campaign (the finals are slated to run from July 8-July 22), it will feel like the Los Angeles Lakers’ title from 2020 was a year ago.
Speaking of the Lakers, the current seventh seed in the Western Conference is still the betting favorite with sports books to win the West (odds of +225, the same as the Los Angeles Clippers) and the second choice to win the NBA Championship (+450).
But can the Lakers really win it with a banged up team, playing every series as the road team in Game 7, if they even get through the play-in rounds?
Many people still think so.
There are, though, some teams that provide good value in both conferences to win a conference title and/or a NBA crown.
The Utah Jazz, which might go in as the top seed in the West, have odds of +350 to win the conference, and +750 to win the NBA title. The Phoenix Suns, just behind the Jazz in the West standings, are +1400 to win the title and +600 to win the West.
Both offer significant value, and Utah could benefit from a clear path to the Western Conference Finals.
In the East, the Brooklyn Nets are -110 to win the conference, which makes them the overwhelming favorite. Can any team beat them?
Milwaukee has odds of +300, while Philadelphia’s odds are +333. Those might be the only two teams that could compete.
You can get the Bucks at +700 to win the NBA title, and the 76ers at +900, which could both be worth a play if you think the Nets don’t win it.