We have reached the Final of the European Football Championships as Italy and Spain will meet in Kiev Ukraine on Sunday. Spain and Italy will kick off at 2:45PM Eastern Time and ESPN carries the live national television broadcast.
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The current odds at Oddsmaker has Spain favored on the soccer goal line by -1/2 goal at -120 odds with Italy the underdog receiving +1/2 goal with +100 odds return. The goal over under is set at 2 goals with under two favored by -130 odds with the over bringing back +100 odds. Bettors who bet the money line in Euro 2012 final will find Spain the +107 favorite with Italy the underdog at +250 odds. The tie is set at +191 odds and pays out if the game is knotted up after 90 minutes of regulation. Should the game draw then wagers on Italy and Spain to win will be graded as losses. There are plenty of props available for wagering in the Spain versus Italy match including first half odds, total goals scored by either side and individual player props to just name a few.
Spain and Italy were both together in Group C with Spain winning the group with seven points with two wins and a draw and Italy with five points drawing twice and earning a win. The teams began play in Euro 2012 back on June 10th and the game ended in a 1-1 draw after 90 minutes. Italy drew first blood with a goal by Antonio Di Natale in the 61st minute and Cesc Fabregas got the equalizer for the defending World Cup 2010 and Euro 2008 champions just three minutes later in the 64th minute. Fernando Torres had two good scoring chances late in the match and failed to net the game winner. On the stat sheet Spain controlled the ball with a time of possession at 60% to the Italians 40%. The Spanish had nine shots on goal to Italy’s six. Draw bettors take note that both Italy and Spain drew in a 0-0 result in extra time during the European Championships 2008 quarterfinal round. The game went to penalty kicks with Spain winning 4-2 to advance into the semifinals.