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Spain – England prediction 14.07.2024 EC

Preview for Match Spain vs England

The grand finale of the European Championship is upon us, as Spain and England clash at the iconic Olympiastadion on Sunday, July 14, 2024, at 20:00. Both teams have navigated a challenging path to reach this pinnacle, showcasing their prowess and determination. Spain, under the guidance of Luis de la Fuente Castillo, have been a force to reckon with, displaying a perfect record in the tournament thus far. Gareth Southgate’s England, on the other hand, have been equally resilient, though with a couple of draws marring an otherwise stellar campaign. The stakes couldn’t be higher, and football fans around the world are eagerly anticipating a thrilling encounter between two of Europe’s finest teams.

Spain’s journey to the final has been nothing short of spectacular. Dominating their group stage with three wins, they finished at the top with nine points, scoring five goals without conceding any. Their overall performance in the competition has been impeccable, with six wins, no draws, and no defeats, and an impressive goal tally of 13:3. England, while also undefeated, had a slightly more arduous path. They topped their group with five points, thanks to one win and two draws, scoring two goals and conceding just one. In the knockout stages, they found their rhythm, winning four matches and drawing two, with a goal difference of 11:6.

The last time these two teams met, England emerged victorious with a 3:2 win in a friendly and a 4:2 win in a previous EC encounter. However, in their last five meetings across all competitions, the balance is even with two wins apiece and one draw. Both teams have shown exceptional form in their last five matches, with Spain winning all five and England winning three and drawing two. The stage is set for an epic showdown.

Spain Performance Check

Spain’s path to the final has been a masterclass in footballing excellence. They cruised through the group stage with three wins out of three, scoring five goals and maintaining a clean sheet throughout. This flawless performance saw them finish at the top of their group with nine points. Under the astute leadership of Luis de la Fuente Castillo, Spain has showcased a blend of tactical discipline and attacking flair.

In the knockout stages, Spain continued their dominant run, securing three more victories to maintain their unbeaten record in the tournament. Their overall performance has been outstanding, with six wins, no draws, and no defeats, and a goal difference of 13:3. Their latest triumph was a hard-fought 2:1 victory over France in the semi-finals, further underlining their credentials as the team to beat.

Spain’s solidity at the back, coupled with their efficient attack, has made them a formidable opponent. Key players have stepped up at crucial moments, and the team’s depth has allowed them to navigate the challenges of the tournament seamlessly. As they prepare for the final, Spain will be brimming with confidence, knowing they have the tools to overcome any challenge.

England Performance Check

England’s journey to the final has been characterized by resilience and tactical acumen. They navigated a tricky group stage with one win and two draws, finishing at the top of their group with five points. Despite a modest goal tally of 2:1, their solid defensive performances ensured they remained unbeaten.

Gareth Southgate’s men found their stride in the knockout stages, winning four matches and drawing two. Their overall record in the tournament stands at four wins, two draws, and no defeats, with a goal difference of 11:6. Their semi-final clash saw them secure a 2:1 victory against the Netherlands, demonstrating their ability to perform in high-pressure situations.

England’s strength lies in their balanced approach, combining a robust defense with a potent attack. The squad boasts a mix of experienced campaigners and exciting young talents, making them a well-rounded unit. Southgate’s tactical nous has been evident throughout the tournament, and his ability to adapt to different scenarios has been crucial in England’s success.

Head-to-Head Last Direct Meetings

The last five meetings between Spain and England have been evenly contested, with both teams securing two wins each and one match ending in a draw. Their most recent encounters saw England triumph with a 3:2 win in a friendly and a 4:2 victory in a previous European Championship encounter.

Performance Last 5 Matches

– **Spain:** 5 wins, 0 draws, 0 defeats
– **England:** 3 wins, 2 draws, 0 defeats

Last Match Results

– **Spain:** 2:1 Win vs. France
– **England:** 2:1 Win vs. Netherlands

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Spain

Spain gave us a Semi-final performance to be remembered for ages against France although most of the action in that game came and ended in the opening 45′, from which there were really special moments that gave the La Roja a big win over France. Speaking of moments in that match, 16-year-old Lamine Yamal through his breathtaking strike in the 21st minute inspired Spain to a wild and unexpected comeback, which France really didn’t see coming. They went on to see out the game in the second half with a defensive master class regardless of the defensive presence of Dani Carvajal and Le Normand.

If we are to rank the best Nations in this Euros, Spain without any questions remains the best and of course, that’s why they are in the finals. On paper, they look very much like the 2024 European Champions already but this is a final where anything happens, as you may be the best but end up losing.

England

England on the other hand once again exceeded all expectations against the Oranjes as they pulled off a late winner via Ollie Watkins’ low 90th minute strike to book their place in what will be a second successive Euro Final for the Three Lions.

With just a win from glory, England will have to slay the best to fill that trophy vacuum which has been for over 50 years. It is indeed a huge task for the Three Lions, not which they can’t take as things are currently. So will Gareth Southgate and his team edge their names in England’s history books and win the Euros for the first time or is it going to be another heartbreak for the highly regarded English team?

POSSIBLE LINE-UPS

SPAIN

  • Simón
  • Carvajal
  • Normand
  • Laporte
  • Cucurella
  • Rodri
  • Ruiz
  • Olmo
  • Yamal
  • Morata
  • Williams
  • COACH: Luis De La Fuente
  • DOUBTFUL: None
  • OUT: Pedri (Knee)

ENGLAND

  • Pickford
  • Walker
  • Stones
  • Konsa
  • Saka
  • Mainoo
  • Rice
  • Trippier
  • Foden
  • Bellingham
  • Kane
  • COACH: Gareth Southgate
  • DOUBTFUL: None
  • OUT: None

Our Spain vs England betting tips

One thing the just past Semi-finals have shown us is that Nations are going at each other with zero fear about the delicacy of the knockout round. In case you don’t know, the two Semi-final fixtures that were recently played featured goals from each participating Nation which surprisingly came in the 1st Half. Now that both sides are vying for the same price in the most unforgiving atmosphere, there will be little or no limit to their charge toward goals.

#TIPS 1: Both Teams To Score

Spain by far are the best team in this tournament, as it stands they’re yet to lose in any half and at full-time in every game they’ve played since the start of the Euros. Having gotten this far with a 100% record they might as well end the tournament unbeaten.

#TIP 2: 1st Half Double Chance – Spain/Draw

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Performance

Spain
Spain
Last games

Spain performance of the last 6 home matches

Victories
83%
Over 2.5
66%
England
England
Last games

England performance of the last 4 away matches

Victories
50%
Over 2.5
50%
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