The Iberian rivals clash in the first semi-final of Euro 2012. Watch our preview video for the match and read which two players have enhanced wincast prices thanks to William Hill
||Cristiano Ronaldo to score and Portugal to win in 90 mins||6/1
|The Real Madrid frontman is joint topscorer in the competition with three goals and is Portugal's main threat going forward. Ronaldo's price for scoring in a win for his side has been enhanced by William Hill from 9/2 to 6/1 ahead of this match.|
||Xabi Alonso to score and Spain to win in 90 mins
|Alonso filled the void when Spain started without a recognised striker against France as he scored both goals, and the Real Madrid man's wincast price has been enhanced to 9/1 to score anytime in a Spanish win on Wednesday.|
||Portugal to win 4-0
|The last time these two Iberian rivals met each other, Portugal ran out 4-0 winners in a friendly in November 2010. A repeat of that scoreline on Wednesday is priced at 150/1 with William Hill.|
||Spain to have over 65% possession
|The last time these two teams met, Ukraine triumphed 1-0 in a World Cup qualifying match. A repeat of that scoreline in Tuesday's game pays 10/1 with William Hill.|
||Ronaldo to win player of the tournament
|Despite a poor start to the tournament, Ronaldo hit unstoppable form against Netherlands and Czech Republic and now leads the Player of the Tournament market at 4/1, a price that will surely drop even further if Portugal get through to the final.|
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