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.
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.