Euro 2020 Odds Movers - Saturday 19th June

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Following Friday’s action – that included England and Scotland sharing the honours at Wembley – we’re back with our roundup of the top betting odds movers after another busy day at Euro 2020.

England on the drift to 7/1 to lift the trophy

England looked lacklustre at Wembley on Friday evening as they battled out a 0-0 draw against old rivals Scotland and it wasn’t just the fans who weren’t impressed, the bookies have pushed England out in the Euro 2020 betting.

Failing to register a single shot on target in the first half of a competitive match at Wembley for the first time since 2014, Gareth Southgate’s side has work to do if they are to be a force in the knockout stages.

Scotland now 9/4 to make history 

For the Scots, a draw at Wembley was the perfect response to their below-par performance against the Czechs and they now know that a win over Croatia at Hampden on Tuesday should be enough to see them through to the last 16.

Scotland are now 9/4 to qualify from Group D and reach the knockout stages of a tournament for the first time ever, and they face a Croatian side that haven’t beaten them in their five previous encounters.

Schick cut to 10/1 for Golden Boot

Coming into Euro 2020 Patrik Schick was 200/1 to be top goalscorer but he now heads the scoring charts after helping himself to three goals in the Czech Republics’ first two matches.

He’s now as low as 10/1 to end the tournament as top scorer and he’ll be hoping to add to his tally in the Czechs’ final group match against England on Tuesday.

*Please note that all odds are correct at the time of article publication and are subject to change.