The bookmakers generally see England as second favourites to win Euro 2020 behind World Cup winners France.
A smooth qualifying campaign and home advantage in both the group stages and the semi-finals and final, if they get that far, means Gareth Southgate's side are strongly fancied to lift the trophy at Wembley next year.
But the strength and depth of the competition, for which 20 teams have qualified to date, is clear to see from the odds.
Belgium breezed through qualification, scoring goals at will, and are generally third favourites ahead of heavyweights Germany, Spain, Holland, Italy and reigning champions Portugal.
With World Cup finalists Croatia available at 33/1 to win the tournament it shows how tough the Euros will be.