With the abundance of talent and determination on the field, it’s hard to predict who will take home the Grand Champion title for EURO 2020.
So which players can make your sportsbet worthwhile? We’ve handpicked the top players for you to evaluate.
Right-back: Joao Cancelo (Portugal)
Portugal's Cancelo is a skilled Right back player. He has been successful in acquiring impressive scores for his team.
He is as effective going forward as he is on defense. The Manchester City defender also can play on the left, and technically, he is the best right-back in the tournament.
Centre-backs: Antonio Rudiger (Germany) and Ruben Dias (Portugal)
It’s hard to pick one good center player for EURO 2020.
It’s true that central defenders are the foundation of every successful team -- and there are several world-class centre-halves at Euro 2020.
On this basis, Rudiger and Dias are practically a tie when it comes to their performance in the past few years.
They edge out the likes of France's Raphael Varane and Presnel Kimpembe and the Netherlands' Matthijs de Ligt. Spain centre-half Pau Torres was perhaps the biggest threat to the Rudiger-Dias pairing due to his performances for Europa League winners Villarreal.
Rudiger's form during Chelsea's run to Champions League glory and Dias' performances for Manchester City make them the obvious choices to play at the centre of defence.
Attacking midfield: Kevin De Bruyne (Belgium) and Luka Modric (Croatia)
There are two players who you might’ve overlooked as attacking midfield: De Bruyne and Modric.
De Bruyne, who might have missed the opening game against Russia on Saturday with the facial injury sustained in the Champions League final, offers so much as a box-to-box midfielder powerhouse.
Alongside him would be Modric, who despite his age at 35 remains the most effective No. 10 in Europe. The Real Madrid player can be in control of the game due to his ability to force an opponent deeper and deeper with his use of the ball in the attacking third.
The front three: Cristiano Ronaldo (Portugal), Robert Lewandowski (Poland) and Kylian Mbappe (France)
Ronaldo (103) and Lewandowski (66) are the top two in the all-time list of Europe's leading goal scorers, and despite both being in their 30s, they continue to dominate in front of goal for club and country.
Lewandowski is arguably the best centre-forward in the world and has been for the past five years, with many believing that the Poland striker was only denied the Ballon d'Or last year because the prize was cancelled due to the pandemic.
As for Ronaldo, one of the most influential and renowned players in the world, has an incredible record to speak for itself. He remains the focal point of Portugal's team and is five goals short of equalling the record, held by former Iran striker Ali Daei, as the top scorer in the history of international men's football.
And then there is Mbappe, the 22-year-old France forward who already has a World Cup winners' medal in his collection following Les Bleus' triumph in 2018. Mbappe's blistering pace is a threat to every defence, and he, alongside Erling Haaland, is likely to dominate the world stage for the next decade.
These players are absolute beasts in the field, each playing with their best foot forward.
You can guarantee that Euro 2020 is going to be filled with surprising wins, amazing victories, and worthwhile matches to bet on.