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Euro 2020 Final Odds: England favourites in Italy showdown at Wembley

England are the bookies’ favourites to win the Euro 2020 Final against Italy on Sunday evening. 

Gareth Southgate’s team booked their place in the final after beating Denmark 2-1 after extra time as captain Harry Kane scored the decisive goal after initially seeing his penalty saved by Kasper Schmeichel.

Italy meanwhile needed both extra time and penalties to see off Spain in their semi-final following a 1-1 draw after 120 minutes of action.

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England are currently the 13/8 favourites to win the match in 90 minutes, while Italy are a 2/1 shot. The draw after 90 minutes is also priced at 2/1. The odds are just as tight when it comes to who will lift the trophy, with England and Italy being a 4/5 and 1/1 shot respectively in that particular market.

England are 10/1 to win in extra time and 17/2 to win on penalties. Italy are also 17/2 to win the trophy via a penalty shootout but are 11/1 to win it in extra time.

The Three Lions will of course have home advantage on their side with the game set to be played in front of 67,500 fans at Wembley Stadium, the majority of which will be supporting the home side. This in itself may lend itself to England being the slight favourites in a game which could really go either way.

Italy have won all six of their matches at Euro 2020 thus far, coming through the group stages as Group A winners without conceding a goal. In the knockout stages they have twice needed extra time to see off Austria and Belgium either side of their 2-1 win over Belgium in the quarter-finals.

As for England, they took seven points from their three group games and also kept five consecutive clean sheets before conceding to Mikkel Damsgaard’s free-kick in the semi final. They defeated Germany and Ukraine before the famous 2-1 win over Denmark on Wednesday night.

However, England have won just one of their last eight internationals against Italy, who have emerged victorious four times in that timeframe. The two nations have met twice in friendlies since their last competitive meeting, both of which ended in 1-1 draws. The last competitive meeting came at the 2014 World Cup where Italy were 2-1 victors.