Euro 2020 Top Team Goalscorer Betting Tips

One of my favourite prop bets and futures for the international tournaments is Top Team Goalscorer.

This is the bet where you predict what player will score the most for their country throughout the entire tournament.

I’ve written lots of analysis on it and lots of words over at BetSoccer.ca if you want to see it in more detail.

This is going to be a more abbreviated version where I just list the country, the player, and a quick one sentence reason. If you want to see the unit sizing and odds, head on over to BetSoccer.ca.

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Let’s go team by team:

Austria: Marcel Sabitzer. No clue who will start up front so I like him as someone to rely on.

Belgium: Romelu Lukaku. A great price for the potential top scorer in the entire tournament.

Croatia :Ivan Perisc. Tough one due to not knowing who will get the starting spot up front but Perisic will play and can get the goals.

Czech Republic: Patrick Schick. I don’t mind a bet on Soucek but the odds aren’t good enough for me – Schick is the more reliable option.

Denmark: Christian Eriksen. The set piece and penalty man which will help his opportunities.

England: Harry Kane. Surely I don’t even need to explain this one. Don’t overthink it.

Finland: No Goalscorer. Don’t love making this bet over 3 matches but seems to be best option considering Pukki’s odds.

France: Olivier Giroud. Big price for their reliable qualifying scorer and I like him to win a striker spot.

Germany: Serge Gnabry. No over-thinking it; go with the most reliable option.

Hungary: Willi Orban. Skippable one considering he is a defender; but if you want a long shot bet he can get the goals.

Italy: Andrea Belotti.This was a tough call with Jorginho and Beradi both contenders and Belotti might not start – so a small bet.

Netherlands: Memphis Depay. Not one you need to overthink.

North Macedonia: Elif Elmas. It was this or no goalscorer – he seems to disappear in the big games so will be interesting.

Poland: Piotr Zielinski. I mean we all know who is likely to take it – but the odds don’t make it worth it. Zielinski might just surprise. Probably won’t.

Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo. At above coinflip odds it’s worth it.

Russia: Two Bets. Speculative one on Magomed Ozdoev who is 35/1 then main bet which is Arten Dzjuba.

Scotland: John McGinn. The only one that can actually score for us and a hell of a price.

Slovakia: Marek Hamsik. “No Goals” is an option here but the price on Hamsik is too good to ignore.

Spain: Ferran Torres. An easy one to skip with how they rotate – price is good enough on him though.

Sweden: Robin Quaison. Surprisingly high odds so maybe he isn’t starting – but I like him considering his ability to get the ball in the net.

Switzerland: Shaqiri. Goals all over the place from them so gotta choose the only option we can rely on.

Turkey: Hakan Calhanoglu. A real tricky one and a risky one – easy to skip.

Ukraine: Two Bets. Yaremchuk and Tsygankov.

Wales: Harry Wilson. It’s him or Moore I would say – might want to wait to see who they start.

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