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Spain v Georgia Betting Tips, Odds & Match Preview - Euro 2024


Georgia’s reward for a famous group stage win over Portugal was a last 16 date with one of the tournament favourites, Spain, on Sunday at Euro 2024.

Spain, the 2008 and 2012 champions, were one of the more impressive sides in the early stages but have been here before in recent years and will have to convince that they are the real deal this time round.

We’ve looked at some of the best football betting offers, odds and markets from our range of football betting sites to provide you with Germany v Denmark betting tips.

Spain v Georgia Betting Tips

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Spain to Win by Three Goals

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Nico Williams First Goalscorer

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Spain v Georgia Odds

  • Spain to win odds - 1/5
  • Draw odds - 11/2
  • Georgia to win odds - 16/1

Odds courtesy of Betfred, correct at the time of publication

Spain v Georgia Match Preview

The knockout stages will soon be in full flow, and Spain will wrap up the weekend’s action on Sunday evening when they take on Georgia in a Round of 16 clash in Cologne.

Georgia enjoyed one of their greatest nights in international football earlier this week when they stunned Portugal 2-0.

Deemed to be the also-rans, Georgia failed to read the script, and they will be taking their place in the knockout stages for the first time.

Khvicha Kvaratskhelia and Giorgi Mamardashvili were the chief architects, and Kvartskhelia’s goal after 1 minute and 32 seconds was Georgia’s quickest goal scored at the European Championships.

They may feel they will have nothing to lose, and you imagine they will give it a good go against Spain who were one of the pre-tournament favourites.

This match could make for compelling viewing, but how will things transpire? I have a couple of tasty Spain Georgia betting tips to consider adding to your slips.

La Roja to school Georgia

Spain were sublime in the group stages, and there is a growing feeling they could lift their first Euro title since 2012.

The likes of Lamine Yamal and Nico Williams have given them an extra dimension, and they plundered 5 goals in their group, with only Austria (six) and Germany (eight) scoring more in the first phase of the tournament.

Against Albania, Spain may have only scraped a 1-0 win, but it was a second string used by Luis de la Fuente, and Ferran Torres has been flourishing under his tutelage, with seven goal involvements in nine appearances for Spain.

Spain, if they go about things in a professional way, could overaw Georgia and it could be quite one-sided.

Georgia have nothing to lose it seems, but they could be on the end of a heavy defeat.

To kickstart my Spain Georgia betting tips, I’m going with Spain to win by a margin of three goals which is trading at an inviting 4/1 with Paddy Power.

Nico Williams to provide the platform for Spain victory

A speed merchant by all accounts, Nico Williams has been whizzing around the pitch, and he has even clocked a top speed of 34.71 km/h.

Pace aside, Williams has an end product, and while he’s only mustered two attempts on goal at the Euros, he would love to open his account.

Usually, the goalscorer markets, particularly the first goalscorer line, can represent good value.

To wrap things up, rather than plumping on Alvaro Morata, I’m drawn to the slightly longer odds of 7/1 assigned by BetMGM to Williams to break the deadlock which could be worth pursuing.

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