What are England's latest odds of winning Euro 2020? Plus, golden boot favourites and outsiders

If the bookies are to be believed, football is well and truly coming home...

Gareth Southgate, Head Coach of England. (Photo by Frank Augstein - Pool/Getty Images)

England kept their dreams of Euro 2020 glory alive with a stunning 2-0 win over Germany at Wembley on Tuesday evening.

The Three Lions now have the small matter of a quarter-final against Ukraine on Saturday night to contend with, but their heroics in the last round has got many supporters believing that Gareth Southgate’s men have a real chance of going all the way in this summer’s competition.

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But is that optimism reflected by bookmakers?

We’ve taken a look at all the latest odds you need to know ahead of this weekend’s action…

*All odds taken from SkyBet and correct at the time of writing

What are the latest odds of England winning Euro 2020?

As things stand, England have emerged as front-runners to lift the trophy next weekend.

The Three Lions are currently priced at 15/8 to win Euro 2020 outright.

Who else is among the favourites?

After England, Italy are priced at 2/1 following their quarter-final victory over Belgium on Friday.

Spain, who overcame Switzerland in the last eight via a penalty shootout have odds of 13/5

Who are the dark horses?

Of the other three sides left in the competition, Denmark have the best odds at a price of 11/1.

Their semi-final opponents, the Czech Republic are priced at 28/1.

England’s opponents on Saturday, Ukraine, are considered outsiders by some distance, with lengthy odds of 40/1.

What are the latest odds on the Euro 2020 golden boot?

As things stand, Cristiano Ronaldo leads the goal-scoring charts with five strikes, and despite Portugal being eliminated in the last round, he is still favourite to pick up the golden boot, with odds of 4/6.

There are a number of contenders still left in the competition, however, with the Czech Republic’s Patrik Schick sitting on four goals and odds of 4/1.

England’s man of the moment Raheem Sterling has three strikes to his name, and is priced at 6/1. The Manchester City winger will be looking to add to his tally against Ukraine on Saturday.

Harry Kane, who opened his account against Germany, is a rank outsider at 16/1.