Spain versus France Euro 2012 Soccer Betting Odds Preview

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France will be in for a major test as they battle defending World Cup 2010 and European Championship 2008 winner Spain from the Euro 2012 quarterfinal round on Saturday afternoon. Spain and France will begin their knockout round game at 2:45PM Eastern Time and ESPN2 will carry this soccer match liver over national television.

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The current odds at Oddsmaker has Spain favorite on the goal spread by -1/2 goal at -105 odds with France the +1/2 goal underdog at -115 odds. The goal over under is set at 2 goals with the over favored at -130 odds and the take back on the under at +100 odds. The soccer money line odds has Spain the -150 favorite with the regulation time draw lined at +220 odds and France the underdog returning +400 odds. A tie means on soccer money line wagering that bets place on either France or Spain will be graded as losses.

Spain the defending champions were in Group C and won their stage with two wins and a draw for seven points and an impressive goal differential of +5 goals thus far in this tournament. Spain began Euro 2012 with a 1-1 draw with Italy and the followed up that result with a 4-0 victory against Ireland. Spain concluded group stages with the 1-0 win against Croatia. France was the second place team in Group D with four points falling three points behind first place England. The French began Euro 2012 with a 1-1 lackluster draw with England. They followed up that result with the 2-0 win against Ukraine. France backed into the quarterfinals as they were defeated by Sweden 2-0 in their Group play finale. They held a 1 point advantage over both Ukraine and Sweden. Spain and France meet in international competition for the first time since the 2006 World Cup Round of 16 as France earned a quarterfinal berth following a 3-1 win against the Spaniards. A win by France here would be huge as the club can earn a bit of redemption following major disappointing appearance in World Cup 2010. France was a disappointing 29th place finisher in South Africa two years ago as the club failed to win a game at World Cup 2010 with a draw and two losses.

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