credit: UEFA With the rescheduled Euro 2020 (or should that be Euro 2021?) expected to get underway in less than four weeks’ time on June 11th, thoughts are beginning to turn towards England’s latest attempt to end their major tournament hoodoo. Whisper it quietly, but England are expected to enter the tournament as the narrow favourites to win Euro 2020, with an average price of around 5⁄1 putting them marginally ahead of fellow powerhouses France, Belgium, Germany and Spain.

When we are not playing football matches or training, we are watching our favourite teams play. We all just live and breathe football. There are quite a few of us who love to bet on football, and we feel that we have gotten pretty good at it thanks to the experience that we have gained over the years. If you are thinking about starting to bet on football games, then you really should read the following article as we are going to discuss football betting mistakes that you need to avoid at all costs.

We might not be professional footballers at Ashford Town (Middlesex) Football Club, but we definitely like to train like them. By doing our best to train like professionals, we ensure that we are as fit as we can be for our matches, which obviously helps to give us an edge over our opponents. If all the players in a team can only last an hour, that team is not going to be winning many games of football.