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The European Championships are finally here and that can only mean one thing and one thing only - it's coming home.
Almost three years on from Gareth Southgate's side crashing out in the 2018 World Cup semi-finals, his youthful, talented and experienced side will head into this summer's Euro's hoping to end 55 years of hurt.
According to the bookmakers, the Three Lions are the current second-favourites to win Euro 2020 - and it comes as no surprise, too, especially given the talent among the ranks.
Euro 2020 will conclude on July 11 at Wembley Stadium - the home of English football - with the winners walking the famous steps up to the Royal Box to collect the coveted prize.
With this summer's tournament ready to take centre stage, our tipster Robert Mann takes a look at some of the best bets to get your teeth stuck into.
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Tip: Pickford, Walker, Stones, White, Shaw, Bellingham, Rice, Mount, Foden, Sterling & Kane all to start (18/1)
Gareth Southgate has some big decisions to make - and we think that these are the players who are most likely to feature in his starting 11 against Croatia on Sunday.
Jordan Pickford has been Southgate's number one goalkeeper since he started his reign as Three Lions manager back in November of 2016.
And after a famous stint in goal during England's emphatic 2018 World Cup run, we can't see him siding with any but the Everton shot-stopper.
Kyle Walker, now heading into his fourth major tournament as an England international, is another one of Southgate's go-to players.
With the amount of youth that Southgate has in his side, expect the Manchester City right-back to be the experience that the Three Lions will need at the back in their first game.
Jude Bellingham is a newbie to England's set-up, but when taking into account his stellar performances already in a Three Lions shirt, it would come as no surprise to see him start.
Their chemistry with one another should see them cemented in the starting line-up again for this summer's fixtures.
Of course, making a case for each player is easier said than done, but we think 18/1 for these 11 players to start against the Croats is a price that's just too good to miss.
Tip: Portugal (10/1)
If you're looking for a safe bet for Euro 2020 this summer, then look no further than Portugal.
After beating France in the final back in 2016, they head into the tournament bidding to become back-to-back European Champions - and they have a good chance, too.
Of course, with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, they will be a huge threat going forward - will we see him lift the trophy yet again?
The 25-year-old scored an impressive 30 goals inside just 34 appearances last season - that's an average of 0.94 goals per game.
Despite his sizzling form, Silva will, presumably, start on the bench - which just goes to show how good Portugal's squad depth is.
Tip: Harry Kane (5/1)
This summer's tournament will have a host of deadly goal scorers looking to leave their mark on defences.
The Tottenham Hotspur talisman and England captain has scored a staggering 166 goals for his club, as well as 34 for his country.
Kane scooped the 2018 World Cup Golden Boot award and, after winning the Premier League Golden Boot on the last day of the season, he looks primed to add another to his collection of impressive individual awards.
Tip: Bruno Fernandes (18/1)
As Portugal prepare to defend the European Championship crown, they going into this year's tournament with one of football's most in-form players, Bruno Fernandes.
On the face of it, however, Fernandes doesn't have a very impressive record in international football.
With that said, it hardly looks like the return of someone about to rip up Euro 2020, no matter how talismanic they have been for their club over the last 15 months.
If Fernandes replicates his United form, though, he is sure to make a devastating impact during this year's contest - especially with a hungry Cristiano Ronaldo to feed in front of goal.
Tip: Phil Foden (7/2)
The 21-year-old heads into the tournament off the back of winning the PFA Young Player of the Year award after a superb season with Manchester City.
Dubbed the 'Stockport Iniesta', Foden has become one of City's most important players, playing 50 times in all competitions, scoring 16 goals and assisting 10.
It is only a matter of time before he replicates that same form in an England shirt - and what better time than to do it at this year's European Championships.
Foden won the award for best player when England won the Under-17 World Cup in 2017 - so he knows exactly how to perform on a world stage.
At just 21, we expect Foden to use the Euro's as a platform to show Europe - and the world - just how good he really is.
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