Group C: Too easy for giants Germany
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Sportsbet.io tipsters will also be making their selections ahead of the big kick off, but before then we take a closer look at Group C
Joachim Low will be super confident of reaching the knockout stages at a canter after being placed in a group with Poland, Ukraine and N. Ireland.
The Germans were stunned on their own patch by Slovakia in a friendly just a few days ago having taken the lead early on.
Three goals, including a belter from Marek Hamsik, condoned them to defeat just day before the big tournament in France.
However, they will have no trouble picking themselves up and they are just 1.38 to win the group, while it’s 4.70 for them to go all the way.
Poland must be bored of coming up against giants Germany, having been stuck in the same Euro 2016 qualifying group as them.
They were forced to play second fiddle there, finishing as runners up in the group to book their place in France this summer.
However, they only finished one point adrift of the Germans in the group and in striker Robert Lewandowski they certainly have a potent weapon.
Poland will be the ones giving Germany the most to think about once again and are 4.90 to top the group. They are 36.00 to win it.
A stunning qualifying campaign helped Northern Ireland book their place at Euro 2016 — their first ever European Championship.
It wasn’t the strongest of groups, but they came out on top with the likes of Romania, Hungary, Finland and previous winners Greece in behind.
Their European credentials will certainly be tested a little harder when they arrive in France and they will be no match for Germany or Poland.
Northern Ireland are a whopping 19.50 to win the group, while only the most patriotic of fans will take the 140.00 on them winning it.
Ukraine were one of the benefactors of the play off system and booked their place at the tournament by seeing off Slovenia comfortably.
That came after a relatively disappointing qualifying campaign having finished third in the table behind Spain and Slovakia.
In Yehven Konoplyanka and Andriy Yarmolenko they have two of the best attacking players in Europe, but it won’t be enough.
Ukraine are 6.0 to win the group and if you think they can go all the way then the 55.0 on offer will be more than tempting.