Spain v Italy betting
The Azzurri outsiders to end Spain's Euro dreams
Last Updated: June 29, 2012 5:44pm
Balotelli: 7/1 to net the 1st goal
Sky Bet make Italy the 6/4 outsiders to win Euro 2012 after booking a final date with holders Spain thanks to their 2-1 win over Germany.
The Italians upset the odds in ousting Joachim Loew's men, who were the tournament favourites after some impressive displays en route to the semi-finals.
Spain are now 8/15 to retain their crown and become the first nation to win three successive major tournaments. The 90 minute betting sees Spain as 6/5 favourites, Italy priced at 5/2 and the draw at 9/4.
The sides have already met during the group stage of this year's competition, playing out a 1-1 draw, and it's 11/2 for a repeat of that scoreline.
It's 7/1 for Mario Balotelli, Italy's hero in the victory over Germany, to net the opener in Kiev and the same price for Spain's spot-kick hero Cesc Fabregas to break the deadlock.
Spain have drawn their critics during the knock-out stage of this year's competition, mainly due to their approach to games, but they are yet to concede in a knock-out game since Zinedine Zidane's goal against them in 2006 World Cup. A Spain clean sheet is available at 6/5, while the Italians are 15/8 to live up to tradition and not concede in 90 minutes.
Italy's run to the final has come as a surprise to many but they conceded just two goals during qualifying and have proved a match for every team they have faced in this year's Euros.
Italy won their last major tournament, the 2006 World Cup, on penalties and are 10/1 to repeat that feat this time around.
Meanwhile, Spain have won their last two tournaments by a single goal, albeit one after extra-time, and under 1.5 goals in normal time is priced at 5/4.
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