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by Ben, last updated 2008-06-28 11:14:12

Spain at 2.38 at VC Bet is the bet to have. Germans were shocking against Turkey.

After 30 games over 3 weeks, Euro 2008 reaches its climax on Sunday as Germany take on Spain in Vienna at 7:45pm. Despite being labelled a ‘poor’ German team by many pundits, they have, as they did in 2002 and 2006, overcome these criticisms to show you can never write of the Germans. Nothing illustrated this more than their 3-2 semi final win over Turkey on Wednesday, as they scored three goals in ten minutes to break a heroic Turkish side which had just 13 available players. As always Spain entered the competition with great expectations, but this time there was also a real belief amongst both the squad and the fans that this side had the resilience needed to win a major tournament. So far that believe has been proved through impressive results and performances against tough sides like Italy and Russia, but can they finally prove they can win when the pressure is on?



 Euro 2008 Final Score Casts


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Torres to score & Spain to win 10/3
Guiza to score & Spain to win 9/2
Silva to score & Spain to win 11/2
Garcia to score & Spain to win 13/2
Klose to score & Germany to win 13/2
Fabregas to score & Spain to win 7/1
Kuranyi to score & Germany to win 15/2
Podolski to score & Germany to win 15/2
Gomez to score & Germany to win 17/2
Iniesta to score & Spain to win 17/2
Ballack to score & Germany to win 9/1
Schweinsteiger to score & Germany to win 14/1
Neuville to score & Germany to win 14/1
Xavi to score & Spain to win 14/1
Hitzlsperger to score & Germany to win 14/1
Alonso to score & Spain to win 16/1
Ramos to score & Spain to win 18/1
Senna to score & Spain to win 18/1
Frings to score & Germany to win 22/1
Puyol to score & Spain to win 33/1
Lahm to score & Germany to win 33/1

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 Sunday’s Euro 2008 final

 Germany (3.5) Draw (3.25) Spain (2.38)

Germany v Spain – Live on BBC 1, k/o 19:45pm

Three times champions Germany look to continue their impressive form in this competition as they enter their sixth final, but their first in twelve years. Although they started the tournament as favourites, due in part to the relative weakness of Group B, many people believed their workman like team would struggle against more skilled outfits once they reached the knockout stages. Their first real challenge came against a fancied Portuguese team, led by Cristiano Ronaldo, who had been impressive in their first two group games. However, early goals from Bastain Schweinsteiger and Miroslav Klose gave the Portuguese a shock they could not recover from, despite Nuno Gomes’ reply five minutes from half time. Germany were never truly stretched, and in the 62nd minute Ballack sealed it with a header from a Schweinsteiger free kick, despite Postiga’s consolation goal three minutes from time. Their semi final win over a depleted Turkey was not as comfortable, as first they had to come from behind, and then score in injury time to seal their place in Vienna. They were big favourites to beat the injury ravaged Turks, but were outplayed in the first half, and were fortunate to be level at half time. Ugar Boral had given Turkey a deserved lead after they dominated the opening twenty minutes, but that lead lasted just five minutes as Schweinsteiger flicked in a cross from Podolski. In a tight second half Klose looked to have won it for the Germans ten minutes from time as he capitalised on a mistake from Rustu to head Germany into the lead. However the Turks have made scoring late goals their speciality in this tournament, and did it again for the fourth game in a row, thanks to Semih Sentruck, and everyone prepared for extra time. Everyone except Phillip Lahm that is, as his surging run from full back caught the Turks napping, and he lashed home Hitzlsperger‘s pass from six yards to seal Germany’s place in the final.

Spain have been the neutral’s choice due to their open and exciting approach, and are the tournament’s top scorers with 11 goals, one more than the Germans, while David Villa is the top scorer so far with four, three of which came in their opening game, where they swept aside the Russians 4-1. Consecutive 2-1 wins in their final two group games against Sweden and Greece earned them top spot in Group D, and a quarter final clash with the Italians. The two sides took very different approaches to the game, resulting in Spain dominating the 90 minutes as their attacking brand of football was restrained by the Italians typical defensive position. Spain had the best chances in normal time, coming closest to scoring when Buffon spilled Marco Senna’a shot, only to see it hit the post and come back into his arms. The match inevitably went to penalties and looked set to favour the Italians, as it looked as though they had played for that outcome since the start. History was also not on Spain’s side, as they had previously lost three quarter finals by penalty shot outs, all on the 22nd June.  However, this time they held their nerve to win the shoot out 4-2, Casillas saving two kicks to give Fabregas the chance to shoot the Spanish into the final. Their semi final pitted them against their opponents from the first round, a Russian team this time with Andrei Arshavin. The opening half was tight, with both teams predictably cancelling each other out following their opening group game. The second half saw the attacking Spain of the last three weeks emerge, with Fabregas, who had come on for an injured David Villa, opening the scoring on 50 minutes. Guiza and Silva then put the game beyond the Russians with strikes in the 73rd and 82nd minute respectively, to seal Spain’s first tournament final place since the Euros of 1984.

The best priced 90 minutes betting is:

Germany win                         12/5                         Betterbet
Draw                                    11/5                         VC Bet
Spain win                              13/10                       Centrebet

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