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Euro 2008 Final: Odds on Germany v Spain, team news

Euro 2008 Final: Odds on Germany v Spain, team news On Sunday is the game football fans in Europe and all over the world have been waiting for - the Euro 208 final Germany v Spain. We have the latest betting odds on the Euro final match, as well as team news and preview of the game. Starting with the Euro 2008 final odds, we check with the British online bookmaker Sportingbet, where we see some very nice coefficients on the Germany v Spain match. At the bookie, Spain is surprisingly the favourite team with odds 5/4 on winning the Sunday final, considering the Germans have been the favourite team to win Euro 2008 from the start of the football competition. But in the final game the odds on Germany to win the Euro 2008 final game are posted at 2/1, while 21/10 is the payout for a draw in regular time. You can pair that bet with the odds to win the Euro 2008 trophy outright, where the odds on Spain are sitting at 4/7 and Germany holds odds 5/4. Additional 63 betting props are available at Sportingbet on the Euro 2008 Final, including handicap betting, half time - full time, correct score an more. Visit the bookmaker to see them all or place a bet on the Euro 2008 Final game Germany v Spain.

 As far as injuries, both teams are without a key player - Germany could employ midfielder Torsten Frings, who has declared himself fit after recovering from a broken rib, to replace Simon Rolfes, while Spain has ruled out striker David Villa, after the thigh injury he received early into the semi-final game against Russia. Spain coach Luis Aragones suggested that Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal) could be the player replacing Villa, "I know how well he can perform. I like a player like Cesc, 20-years-old and someone who has acquired the experience of someone who's 27, 28. To us, he's important," Aragones said during a press conference. But besides these players, the teams are healthy for the Euro 2008 Final on Sunday.

 The last time Germany and Spain met was in 2003 in a Mallorca friendly, game won 3-1 by Spain. However, the Germans are leading the overall stats with eight wins, compared to Spain's five. Germany has also won three times against Spain out of their five games in the World Cup and European Championship, where Spain has won just once. The Euro 2008 Final Germany v Spain will start on Sunday, June 29th at 20:45 local time from Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna. Live betting on the game is available at Sportingbet.

 Published on 06/28/2008

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