Romania are in Group A for Euro 2016, but the bookmakers do not expect them to progress, making them +800 third favorites to make it out of the group behind favorites France and second-favorites Switzerland; you can get odds of +8000 for Romania winning Euro 2016. Although Romania are extremely unlikely to go deep in Euro 2016, they do have enough talent within their squad to cause some upsets. If you go back to Euro 2000, Romania surprised everyone by reaching the quarter-final stage so they have history.
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The Romanians kick off their Euro 2016 campaign with a tricky fixture against France in Saint-Denis on June 10, a game they are expected to lose.
Romania then host Switzerland in Paris on June 15, before heading to Lyon for their match against Albania. You can see the full Romania game schedule in the table below.
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Does it look like Romania will qualify for the next round of Euro 2016 automatically? The current Romanian standings table reveals all.
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Romania’s record in European Championships finals makes for sorry reading, with one win, four draws, and eight defeats from their 13 games, during which time they have scored eight goals and conceded 17.
They were unbeaten in the qualifying campaign, winning five and drawing five games in Group F, where they finished second to Northern Ireland. The Romanians only conceded two goals in qualifying, but only scored 11, the lowest totals of any team.
Do not expect the heroics of the 1994 World Cup, or those in Euro 2000, but do not expect Romania to be rolled over either as they are a solid unit who are difficult to beat.
Having only conceded two goals during qualifying for Euro 2016, Romania showed they are disciplined and difficult to beat. However, on the flipside of the coin, Romania struggled to score, and only found the back of the net 11 times in 10 games.
While Romania are expected to lose to France in their opening game, they could easily get a point against Switzerland – another team who do not score enough goals – and should beat Albania, which could be enough to see them progress.
Be sure to check the under 2.5 goals market whenever Romania play because this is the most likely outcome in any of their games.