Euro 2024 Final Opening Odds: Moneylines, Totals, Expert Analysis

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Euro 2024 Final Opening Odds: Moneylines, Totals, Expert Analysis

Spain is the favorite to beat England in the Euro 2024 final on Sunday. La Roja head into the game after securing an impressive 2-1 victory over France in the semifinals.

However, the Spaniards will face a stern test of their mettle against the Three Lions, who beat the Netherlands 2-1 in the other semifinal. We go over the key strengths and weaknesses of both teams below, along with a rundown of the best Euro 2024 odds.

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Spain vs. England

Spain has already beaten most of Europe’s finest teams at this tournament. La Roja outclassed Italy and Croatia in the group stage, before thrashing Georgia 4-1 in the Round of 16. They then picked up an impressive 2-1 victory over Germany in the quarterfinals, followed by a 2-1 win against France on Tuesday. Spain is now the favorite to lift the trophy, but another European heavyweight stands in its way. La Roja lost 3-2 in their last game against England, but they have improved significantly since then, thanks largely to the emergence of teenage sensation Lamine Yamal. Yet the midfield is still Spain’s greatest asset, and it will be fascinating to see Rodri and Fabián Ruiz go up against Declan Rice and Kobbie Mainoo in Berlin this weekend.

England is also unbeaten in six games at this tournament. The Three Lions have delivered some underwhelming performances, but they keep grinding out results. They produced a stirring comeback to beat the Netherlands 2-1 in Dortmund on Wednesday, and they will need to show a similar level of resilience when they face this technically gifted Spanish team in the final. Sportsbooks have England as the underdog, but the likes of Harry Kane, Jude Bellingham, and Bukayo Saka can produce moments of magic, so Spain’s defenders will need to be resolute.

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