SPAIN vs ITALY: EURO 2024 BETTING PREVIEW & PICK

Spain vs Italy: Euro 2024 Betting Preview & Pick. We have been betting on everything in the first and 2nd rounds and we hope to continue that trend. Good luck if you are betting on the tournament.

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SPAIN vs ITALY: EURO 2024 BETTING PREVIEW & PICK

SPAIN vs ITALY: EURO 2024 BETTING PREVIEW & PICK

Spain has won their last two competitive matches against Italy. In 2023, they defeated Italy in the Nations League semi-final before beating Croatia in the final.

It’s misleading to say Spain was vastly superior to Croatia in their first match. The Blazers missed numerous chances including a penalty, resulting in an xG of 2.01 for Spain and 2.38 for Croatia. Despite Spain’s 53.4% possession, Croatia’s numbers were expected as they chased the game.

Spain’s head coach, Luis de la Fuente, must be pleased with how his players handled the match, particularly 16-year-old winger Lamine Yamal, who assisted Dani Carvajal’s goal. With Fabian Ruiz and Alvaro Morata capitalizing on their opportunities, La Roja looked more potent than ever in front of the goal.

Spain appears to be a well-balanced team with considerable depth. De la Fuente used five substitutes against Croatia, with Morata and Rodri coming off due to minor knocks. Since neither injury appeared serious, both are expected to start in the upcoming match.

Italy, on the other hand, came from behind to beat Albania 2-1. After a reckless throw-in by Federico Dimarco, Nedim Bajrami scored after just 23 seconds, setting a record for the fastest goal in European Championship history.

Italy quickly regrouped, with Alessandro Bastoni equalizing shortly after. Nicolo Barella’s goal at the 16-minute mark secured the 2-1 win.

Analyzing Luciano Spalletti’s team, they controlled the match but seemed to benefit from Albania’s stage fright. Defender Riccardo Calafiori stood out, effectively managing the opponent’s attacks in only his third international appearance.

CONCLUSION

While it’s hard to see Spain winning the tournament, they should have enough quality to overcome Italy. The Azzurri will take a defensive approach, but Spain’s newfound confidence should prevail. In short, the Italians seem overrated, and de la Fuente’s squad should secure the three points and win the group!

BET: SPAIN 

Odds: 2.19 

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