Group A Predictions & Betting Tips – Euro 2016
Switzerland vs France predictions and betting tips for their Euro 2016 Group A game taking place on Sunday 19th June, kick off time 8:00pm France take on Switzerland in their final Group A match at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy on Sunday already assured of a place in the next round and with Switzerland looking to […]read more
Romania vs Albania betting tips and predictions for the final Group A Euro 2016 match for these two sides, can either of them qualify for the last 16? In arguably the least glamorous game at the Euro 2016, Romania take on Albania in a crucial tie from Group A. The match can be found […]read more
France v Albania betting tips and predictions for Group A’s second match for both sides at Euro 2016 including the best odds for each bet selected. France play their second Euro 2016 fixture knowing a win will secure their place in the last 16 while Albania know another defeat will leave them will an […]read more
Romania vs Switzerland betting tips and predictions for the second round of Euro 2016 Group A matches this week. The second round of fixtures get under way on Wednesday with Group A’s Romania taking on Switzerland at 5pm. It’s a must win if Romania want to stay within a chance of getting second place […]read more
Group A of Euro 2016 is made up of France, Albania, Romania and Switzerland and the hosts will be expecting an easy progression to the last 16.
France will be happy with the draw for Euro 2016, but there are two places available in the last 16 plus the four best third placed teams.
Euro 2016 Group A: France
The hosts have one of the best squads going into this year’s European Championships and are second favourites to win Euro 2016. The likes of Martial, Pogba, Varane and Grezmann could really light up the tournament for the hosts.
Euro 2016 Group A: Albania
This will be Albania’s first appearance at a major tournament and they look the weakest of the four teams in Group A. They are capable of an upset though, as illustrated when beating Cristiano Ronaldo’s Portugal in qualifying.
Euro 2016 Group A: Romania
Romania only conceded two goals in the qualifying campaign and the opening night France vs Romania Euro 2016 fixture could be very frustrating for the hosts. Romania are generally involved in low scoring matches and could scrap their way through this group.
Euro 2016 Group A: Switzerland
One of the most exciting young squads at Euro 2016 come from Switzerland. The likes of Lichsteiner, Shaqiri and Mehmedi provide attacking width and if they can break down the defensive Romania and tricky Albania they can chase France home in second place.
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