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WHO'LL WIN THE GOLDEN BOOT AT EURO 2016 - CHECK OUT THE ODDS

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The Euros are approaching fast. We already went over all the teams and their odds of winning the tournament, and now it's the players' turn. Who'll come home from France with the Golden Boot in his suitcase? The bookies have a few favourites and the odds are favourable, so now is the time to place you bets!

The last European Championships aren't remembered for the huge amount of goals, as winning the Golden Boot only required three goals! Cristiano Ronaldo, Fernando Torres, Mario Gomez, Mario Balotelli, Alan Dzagoev and Mario Mandzukic all found the net three times in Ukraine & Poland and shared the award.

In 2014 it was time for the World Cup in Brazil, where James Rodriguez of Columbia scored the most, finding the back of the net six times in the tournament. The best European goalscorers in Brazil were Germany's Thomas Müller with five, and Holland's Robin van Persie with four. However, van Persie isn't even at the tournament this year, as the Dutch were catastrophically eliminated in the qualifiers!

Out of the smaller European countries Xherdan Shaqiri of Switzerland scored three times, an achievement equaled by Germany's Andre Schürrle and Karim Benzema of France.

So, who'll win the Golden Boot this year? What country will he be from? There are some familiar names in the bookies' favourites, but some new faces have joined them as well. For example, how will Premier League goal-machines Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane fare in France this summer?

 

Harry Kane, England

Already the winner of the Premier League Golden Boot, Kane is bound to get a lot of responsibility from Roy Hodgson in France. This is Kane's first major international tournament where he is fully fit, and England have a side with more potential than they've had for a good while. The Premier League's top gun is in our opinion undervalued in the odds. Betting site www.williamhill.co.uk are offering 16/1 on Kane winning the Golden Boot this summer! You can place your bet on Harry Kane here.

-Qualifiers: 3 goals

-Premier League: 25 goals

 

Cristiano Ronaldo, Portugal

Nothing is certain with Cristiano Ronaldo. Portugal's main man "only" struck five times in the qualifiers, as new manager Fernando Santos has installed a more defense-minded approach to the team. The man from Madeira has also suffered some niggling injuries this season, and hasn't yet been able to reach full fitness. However, 35 goals in La Liga this season is clearly an indication of the potential Ronaldo possesses. If you feel that Ronaldo will win the Golden Boot in France, you should place your bets at www.coralbet.co.uk, who are offering Ronaldo odds of 8/1. We at TurtleBet suggest you pick another option, as Ronaldo's odds aren't the best when considering his injuries and past performances in major tournaments.

-Qualifiers: 5 goals

-La Liga: 35 goals

 

Robert Lewandowski, Poland

Poland's team may not be the best, but they're definitely capable of a surprise or two! Their whole game-plan is based around Lewandowski, and the striker has a lot of responsibility on his shoulders. Lewandowski answered this call astoundingly well in the qualifiers, firing 13 goals and winning the Golden Boot for the qualifiers! The Bayern Munich striker also took home the Bundesliga's top scorer award with 30 goals, an almost perfect season for the Polish international. You can bet on him to win the Golden Boot with odds of 16/1, which is definitely worth the risk! The best odds are offered by betting company Unibet and you can place your bet here.

-Qualifiers: 13 goals

-Bundesliga: 30 goals

 

Thomas Müller, Germany

Thomas Müller is without a doubt one of the favourites to win the Golden Boot award. Müller is the main man in a Germany side who are the reigning world champions, and he has a real eye for goal. Müller scored an impressive 9 goals in the qualifiers, while in the Bundesliga he found the back of the net 20 times. The thing about Müller is that he's time and time again proved himself to be a man for the big occasions, so another major tournament could help him find his best from. The best odds for Müller to be top scorer are 8/1,  which are offered by betting exchange Betfair - place your bet here!

-Qualifiers: 9 goals

-Bundesliga: 20 goals

 

Antoine Griezmann, France

The second-most likely top scorer of the tournament? France have a really good team and a ridiculously easy group, so they may fire plenty of goals in the tournament. The top French striker at the moment is Atletico Madrid's Antoine Griezmann, who's had a phenomenal season. Griezmann scored 22 times in La Liga this season, over a third of Atletico's goals! The French star can be bet on with odds of 10/1 at a lot betting sites. Check out all of the betting sites and bonuses here.

-Qualifiers: France qualified as hosts for Euro 2016

-La Liga: 22 goals

 

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Sweden

Zlatan scored an amazing 38 goals in 38 games in Ligue 1 this season! That's a goal per game in the French top flight! His stats are dumbfounding, and yet again Zlatan is Sweden's biggest star going into a major tournament. He found the back of the net eight times in the qualifiers, so his good form might continue in the Euros, even in a weaker team. If you feel that Zlatan and Sweden could spring a surprise, head to www.unibet.co.uk, where you can receive odds of 34/1 on Zlatan winning the Golden Boot Award.

-Qualifiers: 8 goals

-Ligue 1: 38 goals

 

Jamie Vardy, England

2nd best goalscorer in the Premier League this season, Jamie Vardy struck a respectable 24 times for Leicester this season. England manager Roy Hodgson has a lot to think about with so many top strikers to choose from. In addition to Vardy and Kane, England captain Wayne Rooney has been a fixture in the starting eleven despite his awful season for Manchester United. Despite his club form, Rooney was England's top scorer in the qualifiers with seven goals. However, this won't likely be enough as Vardy and Kane are set to take centre stage. The best odds on Vardy becoming top scorer in Euro 2016 can be found at Unibet: 40/1You can place your bet here.

-Qualifiers: 0 goals

-Premier League: 24 goals

 

Kevin de Bruyne, Belgium

Will Kevin de Bruyne usurp Romelu Lukaku as Belgium's main man? De Bruyne had an amazing season with Manchester City, but sadly his good form was occasionally shadowed by injury. It is no coincidence that City's title challenge started to falter immediately after his injury. Is the young Belgian fully fit going into the Euros? If he is, anything is possible as he already was Belgium's top scorer in the qualifiers. More of the same can be expected in France this summer. If you have faith in de Bruyne, place your bet at www.betway.co.uk, who are offering him odds of 40/1.

-Qualifiers: 5 goals

-Premier League: 7 goals

The best goals from the last European Championships

If you're struggling to remember what happened in Ukraine & Poland four years ago, check out the video below and immerse yourself in Euro fever!

Betting on the European Championships

If you're interested in betting on the European Championships you should get to know Mr. Turtle's special Euro 2016 site. The site has all you could possibly need for the Euros: teams, best odds, previews, line-ups, news and of course all the betting tips and previews for every single day - everything! The Euros are along with the Olympics the main sporting event of the summer, so Mr. Turtle is following them closely day by day.

The Euros are also the biggest event of the summer in terms of betting, as enthusiasts across the globe watch the games hoping for big wins and huge profits! If you're interested in betting on the Euros, TurtleBet.co.uk is the place to be for all the best odds, tips and previews!

 

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