We’re focusing on Italy vs England for our latest Build A Bet tips and are eyeing a 9/2 pay-out on Sunday’s Euro 2020 final.
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FIRST HALF DRAWN
Italy and England have been the stand-out nations at this tournament and everything suggests a close contest is on the cards. Each team had to go to at least extra-time in the semi-finals and they will be fully prepared for another long night on Sunday. That could lead to the opening exchanges being cagey, especially as players on both sides are not used to featuring in major international finals and will be looking to ease into the match to settle any nerves.
UNDER 2.5 GOALS
The Azzurri and the Three Lions have laid the platform for their success with strong defensive units. It took a wonder-strike from Mikkel Damsgaard’s long-range free-kick to see Jordan Pickford concede for the first time in the tournament as Denmark went ahead in the semis. The Danes had few other chances to hit the target after that. Italy built up a ton of momentum after three group-stage wins made it 11 consecutive clean-sheet victories and then drew 0-0 with Austria at the end of normal time. Roberto Mancini’s men had just 30 per cent of the possession when tackling Spain last time out but still only let in one late goal.
ENGLAND MOST CORNERS
Italy have actually forced more corners than England so far, leading 28-24 in this category. However, we still feel Gareth Southgate’s side will be set up to spend more time in the Azzurri’s half, particularly on home turf. The Three Lions like to attack out wide with their flying wingers and overlapping full-backs, so the make-up of this fixture can help this leg come in.
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