There is less than a month to go before the Euro 2016 championship kicks off in June and the managers are naming their various squads.
Betting firms across Europe have also been pricing up the event and the differing local tax regimes are highlighted in the price variation across the jurisdictions.
France is generally favourite to win the tournament on home turf and the current prices range from 3.75 to 4.33.
Similarly, England’s price to lift the trophy has a low of 8.50 and a best price of 10.00.
France plays Romania in the opening match of Euro 2016 (10 June 2016) and the overround for that match also shows variation. The overround range is from 105.5 to 110.4, demonstrating the contrasting betting value that sports bettors are getting across markets in Europe.