Euro 2024 odds for Spain vs. England final: La Roja are favoured in Berlin

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Only two teams remain at Euro 2024.

The latest: Spain has looked like the team of the tournament and is a deserving favourite ahead of Sunday's final in Berlin. But England has found ways to win and is in search of its first major title on foreign soil.

Here are the latest Euro 2024 odds for the tournament as of July 11.

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The favourite: Spain (-155)

Spain has been head-and-shoulders above the competition so far.

La Roja went a perfect 3-0-0 in the group stage before beating Georgia 4-1 and Germany 2-1 in the Round of 16 and quarterfinals.

Luis de la Fuente's squad faced its first bit of resistance after going 1-0 down to France in the semifinal. But 16-year-old wunderkind Lamine Yamal responded quickly with the goal of the tournament before Spain added another shortly after.

Two goals ultimately proved to be enough as Spain won, 2-1.

La Roja suffered a big loss against Germany when Pedri went down with what's believed to be a tournament-ending injury. But Dani Olmo has looked spectacular in his absence and the team's defence remains elite.

Entering the final, Spain has only conceded two goals from open play while scoring 13.

Game linesBetting odds
Spain to win+155
England to win+260
Spain to win or tie-335
England to win or tie-186
Spain to win the trophy-155
England to win the trophy+120
Over 2.5 goals+155
Under 2.5 goals-205
Both teams to score+100
Both team score -141

The underdog: England (+120)

England's road to the final hasn't been pretty — but does that really matter?

The Three Lions needed a last-minute equalizer to force extra time against Slovakia in the Round of 16 and then advanced past Denmark in penalties in the quarterfinal.

Gareth Southgate's side had only won one game in regulation this tournament heading into its quarterfinal match against the Netherlands and seemed destined for extra time yet again before Ollie Watkins scored a last-minute winner in dramatic fashion.

Speaking of Southgate, the often criticized manager has made some crucial decisions in the last two games which have paid off. And now he'll have Luka Shaw back at his disposal for the final.

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