After topping Group D, England will meet Group F runners-up Germany at Wembley on Tuesday in the last 16.
The bettingexpert.com supercomputer has tipped Gareth Southgate’s side to conquer their old foes and then beat Sweden in the quarter-finals in Rome.
England then go one step further and defeat the Netherlands in front of a 75 per capacity crowd at Wembley, gaining passage to the Euro 2020 final.
However, there, France have been predicted to flaunt their tournament favourites status and avenge their final defeat in 2016.
It would be the nation’s third European Championship after 1984 and 2000. England, in defeat, will have reached their first Euros final, leaving something to be proud of.