Spain vs England: Euro 2024 final prediction, kick-off time, team news, odds, h2h

Spain vs England

Gareth Southgate has led the England national team to consecutive European Championships finals, and they are once again close to winning their first continental title.

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However, they are not expected to be the most likely team to defeat Spain, who have scored the most goals in the tournament.

The team led by Luis de la Fuente quickly equalized after falling behind in the beginning at the Allianz Arena. Kylian Mbappe set up Randal Kolo Muani for France's first goal in open play at the Euros. However, the lead didn't last long as 16-year-old Lamine Yamal scored a record-breaking amazing goal, followed by another brilliant shot from Dani Olmo.

Venue, Time And Date Of Kick-off

The game between Spain and England will start at 8pm BST on Sunday, July 14, 2024.

The game will happen at the Olympiastadion in Berlin.

England has advanced to the final of Euro 2024.

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Best Places To Watch Spain Vs England

Television Station: In the United Kingdom, you can watch the final match live on either BBC One or ITV1 for free. The coverage will start at 7pm BST on BBC One and 6:30pm on ITV1.

Watch live: Supporters can also view the competition live on the internet for no cost through the BBC Sport, BBC iPlayer, and ITVX apps and websites.

Stay updated with all the latest happenings on match day by joining Standard Sport's live blog. Get insights and analysis from reporters Dan Kilpatrick and Malik Ouzia who are reporting from the stadium.

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Latest Update On Spain Vs England Squads

Spain will receive an extra defensive advantage for Sunday's final as Robin Le Normand and Dani Carvajal will both be back after serving their suspension.

They will need to step in for Nacho Fernandez and 38-year-old Jesus Navas, who struggled against France and Mbappe and had to leave the game in the second half due to an injury.

Alvaro Morata played in the match against France even though earlier reports of him receiving his second yellow card of the tournament were incorrect. Spain had a scary moment when a security guard accidentally collided with Morata's knee during the post-match celebrations.

De La Fuente was hopeful that Morata would be able to play, stating that they would have to wait until tomorrow to confirm. He believed it was just a minor injury and not serious.

If not, Spain is expected to have all of their players ready for the next game, except for Pedri who is still recovering from a knee injury he got in the match against Germany. Olmo took his place in the game against France and is likely to continue in the midfield following his important goal.

Luke Shaw is ready to fight for a starting spot against Kieran Trippier, as he has recovered from his injury sustained in Germany. Despite making appearances off the bench in the last two matches and replacing Trippier at half-time in Dortmund, it is uncertain if Shaw will be in the starting lineup for England's upcoming match against Spain. The team is strategizing how to deal with the dangerous Yamal on Spain's right side.

Watkins' goal as a substitute may lead to suggestions that he should be in the starting lineup instead of Harry Kane, who has not performed well in the tournament despite scoring three goals.

There are no additional injury worries reported for England ahead of the semi-final, and the team is expected to remain unchanged.

Prediction For Spain Vs England Clash

This game could be a common occurrence in important tournaments for many years.

Spain is a young, well-coordinated, and lively team with a lot of talent and a competitive edge. Apart from a couple of uninspiring performances in this tournament, England could easily be described in the same way.

If the game becomes too strict and intense, England will have the advantage, but Spain will be dangerous if they are given room to launch their offensive moves.

It's a close match that could potentially go down to the wire.

England is predicted to emerge victorious in a penalty shootout.

The decision on the winner of the Euros final is a close call.

H2H History And Results

In important competitions, England defeated Spain at the European Championship in 1996 and 1968, and they tied at the 1982 World Cup. The latest match between the two teams ended in a 3-2 victory for England in Seville six years ago.

Odds For Spain Vs England Match

Spain will be declared the winner of the tournament with a score of 7 out of 10.

England is expected to win the trophy with odds of 11/10.

Probabilities from Betfair (may vary).

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