Team Melli were outstanding in their opener against Morocco, defeating them 1-0, despite not parading the league of talent the African side possesses.
Fernando Hierro’s charges have had some unstable days prior to the global showpiece kick off, which reflected on the pitch as they were held to a 3-3 stalemate in their opening game against Iberian rivals, Portugal, but are still overwelhming favourites to win at odds of (1.20).
Backing an outcome that sees an unlikely no winner, no vanquish state at the end of 90 minutes is chalked up at a whopping (6.40).
Carlos Queiroz’s men have found the net in six of their last seven fixtures, while La Roja have shipped in goals in five of their last six outings. Considering this, it’ll be worth backing an outcome that opposes the Spanish side to win to nil at (2.33).
Six of La Furia Roja’s last 10 clashes has seen three or more goals scored. Though Queiroz’s side only saw this in four of theirs, it seems rewarding to see the same outcome repeat itself here at odds of (1.80).
To see goal action at both ends of the pitch in this showdown, owing to Spain's weak backline, is offered at odds of (3.15).
What seems more profitable is an outcome that sees Spain notch three or more goals alone. This same result has paid out in five of their last seven encounters. Thus, BetKing offers odds of (2.15) for a similar result in Kazan.
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