The favourite, perhaps unsurprisingly, is Cristiano Ronaldo at 17-2. Portugal may struggle to get past the last 16, but with a relatively straightforward group and 51 goals this season, there’s a possibility that he may have racked up a handful of goals by then.
From one introvert to another – Zlatan Ibrahimović is heading to France on the back of a 52-goal season for PSG. He will be looking to light up Group E but his lengthy odds of 40-1 reflect Sweden’s tough opponents. Never write Zlatan off.
Robert Lewandowski’s form this season, combined with the straightforward nature of Poland’s draw, makes him a definite contender for the Golden Boot. In fact, his five goals in nine minutes for Bayern earlier this season were two more than anyone managed throughout the whole of Euro 2012. At 17-1 he’s worth a couple of quid.
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France have the easiest group of the lot. We know he is a flat-track bully and with the likes of Paul Pogba, Dimitri Payet, Antoine Griezmann and Anthony Martial providing the service, Olivier Giroud is excellent value at 16-1. He also goes into the tournament in good form for his country having scored seven goals in as many international games.
Everyone loves a dark horse. Austria have been drawn in Group F alongside an inconsistent Portugal side, Iceland and Hungary. In Basel’s Marc Janko they have a striker that has scored 16 goals in 20 games this season and has 26 international goals at a rate better than a goal every other game. Tempting at 50-1.
As far as poor bets are concerned, Alvaro Morata could be considerably longer than he is at 21-1. He scored a goal every 3.92 games for Juventus this season and averages a goal every three games in his short international career so far. One to avoid?
The most fancied England man is Harry Kane. At 17-1 the bookies are giving him a real chance and it will be interesting to see if he can carry his club form into Euro 2016.