Friday evening sees the two pre-tournament favorites meet in the final of what has been a hugely entertaining competition.
A large part of the entertainment has been delivered by an enormously talented Spain side who have scored 12 goals in their four matches and generally produced play of the highest quality. A perfect run has lead La Rojita to another final, and their 3-1 victory over Italy in the semi-finals was yet another impressive performance from Albert Celades' men.
Germany, for their part, were beaten 1-0 by Italy in their final group game before drawing 2-2 with England in the last four. The Germans subsequently triumphed on penalties, although they are in the unfamiliar position of being clear outsiders in a major final.
dabblebet offer Stefan Kuntz's side at 13/5 (3.60) to win in 90 minutes and at 7/4 (2.75) to lift the trophy, while Spain can be backed at evens (2.00) to triumph without extra time and at 4/9 (1.44) to lift the trophy.
Throughout the competition, Spain have looked a cut above, especially when going forward, and in Marco Asensio and Saul Niguez they boast the two outstanding players of the tournament.
The final group game saw Celades rest his entire starting XI with the side already through to the semi-finals, and the 1-0 win over Serbia is the only match in which Spain have not scored at least three goals.
La Rojita can be backed at 3/1 (4.00) to score over 2.5 goals once more, although perhaps more likely is backing them to net over 1.5 goals at 10/11 (1.91) . That seems a tempting price for an excellent attacking team to score two goals or more and while their opponents are strong, Germany have some defensive issues that England managed to exploit on Tuesday.
Spain's forwards like Asensio, Saul and Gerard Deulofeu meanwhile boast plenty of top-level experience and should be able to shine once more on the big stage, helping them to score at least twice.