Will highly fancied Spain(1.98) finish with a trophy to cap their tremendous displays in this tournament? Or will Germany (3.75)save their best performance for the final and cause an upset?
Betin Kenya takes a look at the key factors in this game to help guide your betting predictions.
Spanish quality going forward
Saul is currently the competitions top scorer, and Spain’s ability to create chances through intricate attacking play in midfield is their greatest strength. Saul, Asensio, Ceballos and Deulofeu are Spain’s most creative threats going forward, and they could punisha German defence that looked very shaky in the semi-final against England.
Can the German’s regroup?
Before conceding 2 goals to England in the semi-finals, Germany had looked quite defensively solid up to that point, so maybe it was a one off poor display from their backline. Tactically they are likely to be well prepared to try and nullify Spain, and they also have very gifted attacking players, such asGnabry, Meyer and frontman David Selke. With an abundance of technical ability and tactical awareness, don’t be surprised if Germany score in this game.
Spain to keep that winning feeling
With a wealth of talent on display here, it is likely there will be chances for both sides in this game. What tips the balance in Spain’s favour is that they have shown in this tournament they can score when dominating the game, or from lightning fast counter attacks. This attacking versatility should work in their favour during the periods when Germany are in control of possession. On top of this Spain have options from the bench to bring on if Plan A isn’t working. Bilbao speed merchant Inaki Williams and rising Barcelona star Denis Suarez can give an extra impetus to their attack later in the game. Given that their biggest stars have been playing at their best all tournament, we fancy Spain to win this final in 90 mins.
Betin Kenya’s Final Predictions