The final four are set for Euro 2012 now, and there are clear favourites in latest Euro 2012 odds. Online bookmakers are split between Spain and Germany, who are both trading at 13/8 with online bookmaker Bet365. Spain go up against Portugal in the first of the semi finals, while Germany square off against England’s conquerors Italy. The two outsiders in the final four of Euro 2012 are Portugal and Italy, who are both out at 11/2 to win the tournament. Why the divide? Well naturally either Portugal or Italy would still have to (most likely) beat two of the best sides in the world to lift the trophy. So there is still a long way to go for both of those and it is a big ask. So an expected Spain/Germany final looks on the cards, even though Spain boss Vicente del Bosque has admitted that his squad is tired.
The Spaniards are at a disadvantage having played their quarter final two days later than Portugal did, while Germany certainly received a boost with Italy being taken all the way to a penalty shoot out against England. So Joachim Low’s Germany really make have a slight advantage here and they arguably have the easier semi final as well. So the final four are left standing now, and pretty much everything has gone to plan, except Portugal having taken the place of the Netherlands in most punters’ projected semi final line ups. Two matches from glory now and who will prevail.
Latest Euro 2012 outright winner odds at Bet365
Spain 13/8, Germany 13/8, Portugal 11/2, Italy 11/2
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