July 11, 2024 4 min read


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Spain vs. England 2024 Euro Final Odds, Time, and Prediction

Is it coming home? England have a chance to win their first major trophy since 1996. The only obstacle standing in their way is Spain, with whom Gareth Southgate’s men will meet in the Euro 2024 Final on Sunday, July 14, at the Olympic Stadium in Berlin

Our Spain vs. England prediction is that the July 14 game is going to be worthy of a Euro final. With Lamine Jamal, Rodri, and Dani Olmo on one side, and Harry Kane, Bukayo Saka, and Jude Bellingham on the other, the Euro 2024 final is bound to be a real barn burner. But who’s going to win this game? That’s what we’ll try to answer in our Spain vs. England preview.

Spain vs. England Euro 2024 Odds

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When, Where, and How to Watch?

  • Place: Olympiastadion in Berlin, Germany
  • Date: Sunday, July 14
  • Time: 3:00 PM ET
  • How to Watch: FOX

Spain Have Proved Themselves Worthy of a Euro Title

Spain have been the standout team of the Euros without any doubt. La Roya’s performances have been constantly impressive showcasing their tactical superiority all over the field. The best thing is that, unlike England, Spain have already faced the who’s who of European soccer.

In the group stage, they beat Croatia, Italy, and Albania, while in the knockouts, we saw them go past Georgia, Germany, and France. Their journey to the final has been marked by a resilient mentality, which is best evident from their performance against France in the semifinal.

Despite conceding an early goal, the boys in Red went on to turn the game around and win 2:1. Lamine Yamal and Dani Olmo scored two incredible goals, after which their teammates did very well to contain Kylian Mbappe & Co. in the remainder of the game.

The best thing is that this team isn’t a one-man army. Instead, Luis de la Fuente has so many brilliant options at his disposal with literally every player on Spain’s roster looking capable of producing a goal or a crucial pass.

England’s Chance to Make History

The Three Lions’s path to the final has been a blend of good fortune and individual moments of brilliance. They started the tournament with an unconvincing 1:0 win over Serbia, followed by draws with Denmark and Slovenia.

Then, in the first game knockout stage, they beat Slovakia in extra time. It was an incredibly close game, with Jude Bellingham scoring the equalizer in the 5th minute of stoppage time, getting another 30 minutes of play for his team. Harry Kane scored the winner in the first minute of the first extra time, so the game finished 2:1.

Their struggles continued in the game with Switzerland. Once again, they were a goal behind until late in the game. This time it was Bukayo Saka who saved the day for the Three Lions. He made it 1:1 in regulation, and after no goals in extra time, it was time for penalties. England won the shootout, with each of their five players hitting the net, showing that Gareth Southgate’s been preparing his boys for this scenario.

England’s toughest challenge so far came in the semifinal against the Netherlands. The Dutch started the game in top gear, getting on the scoresheet in the 7th minute. But England then decided to give them war.

The Three Lions went all in on offense, which paid out in the 18th minute when Harry Kane scored from the penalty spot. It was 1:1 at half time, and for most part of the second half England dominated the game.

They didn’t create too many chances to score, but they did have the ball in their feet. Then in the first minute of stoppage time backup player Ollie Watkins scored the match-winner on an assistance by another backup Cole Palmer.

Spain vs. England Prediction

England seem to play their best soccer when they’re facing tough opponents. And in the Euro 2024, you can’t get tougher than Spain. Our prediction is that both teams will score on July 14, but it’s the brilliance of England’s players that we believe will make all the difference.

They failed to win the Euro the last time, but this time, they look destined to win. Maybe they won’t do it in the regular 90 minutes, but we predict that they will get ahold of the trophy.

Pick: England to Lift the Trophy


Jessie is our resident sports specialist with over 4 years of experience in sports journalism. She's worked with several prominent online sports news outlets in the past and has accrued specialist insight across a wide range of sports markets. Combined with her own love and excitement of sports, having competed at a national level during college, she aims to improve sports coverage value for our readers at GamblingNews.

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