As they have been for much of the tournament, Germany and Spain are vying for Euro 2012 favouritism, Bodog chalking 7/4 against the defending champions and Paddy Power pricing Joachim Low’s charges identically.
Die Mannschaft have arguably looked like the most convincing team in the competition and they’re 10/3 at Paddy Power to beat the Spanish in Sunday’s final. Skybet meanwhile, think Vicente del Bosque’s men are more likely to win a potential Kiev showdown between the pair and they offer 11/4 for the Kiev showdown to be repeat of the Euro 2008 final in which Spain beat the Germans.
Bet365 post 21/20 against the two sides reaching the final but the other semi-finalists, Italy and Portugal, obviously have other ideas. England’s conquerors are 6/1 courtesy of Stan James to lift the trophy and Paulo Bento’s troops are also 6/1, this time via BetVictor, to get the better of Spain before eventually being crowned European champions while the duo are 15/2 (Sportingbet) to surprise everyone by reaching the final.
Elsewhere, Ladbrokes quote a Germany and Portugal final at 10/3, Coral rate Spain and Italy at 10/3 to face off in the Olympic Stadium and it’s just 1/3 with Bwin for the holders or the Germans to be the outright victors.
Germany v Portugal final – 10/3 (Ladbrokes)