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

There’s a huge Euro 2024 clash on Friday evening in Stuttgart as Spain take on the host nation Germany in the opening quarter-final.

We’ve reviewed the best football betting offers, odds, and markets from our selection of top football betting sites to bring you top betting tips for the Spain v Germany match, plus top Spain v Germany betting offers.

Spain v Germany Betting Tips

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Spain to win & both teams to score

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Nico Williams to score the last goal

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Spain v Germany Odds

  • Spain to win odds - 8/5
  • Draw odds - 11/5
  • Germany to win odds - 9/5

Odds courtesy of Betfred, correct at the time of publication

Spain v Germany Match Preview

No More Tiki-Taka

As 16 nations become eight, we now approach the penultimate weekend of this summer’s European Championships and with hosts Germany going up against the team that has widely been considered as the best so far, their meeting with Spain should be an enthralling one.

Enthralling because these two nations are certainly placed on the tougher side of the tournament bracket and with the reward for the winner being a semi-final outing against either Portugal or France, this can be considered as the first of three high-profile matches for the eventual finalists.

With that said, neither Germany or Spain can focus too much on the two potential tournament hurdles to follow, they first must focus solely on each other and if either takes their off the ball, they will struggle to get much of the ball on Friday night.

The hosts earned their passage to the quarter-finals with a controversial win over Denmark. In the space of 60 seconds or so, Crystal Palace defender Joachim Andersen thought he had put he and his Danish teammates ahead, only for a marginal offside call to decide otherwise.

A frustrating call but under the letter of the current laws and the semi-automated technology that enforces it, it was the correct one. However, the same cannot be said for the handball decision that went against the same Danish defender just a few seconds later.

Once again VAR steps in, once again English official embarrass themselves, once again the talking point is regarding a decision off the pitch rather than on it. Fury for the Danes, fortune for the Germans as Kai Havertz slots home from the spot to score the first of his team’s two goals.

A 2-0 win for Germany over Denmark, a 4-1 win for Spain over Georgia and although La Roja had to come from behind after Robin Le Normand put through his own net early on, Luis de la Fuente’s men still had plenty of time to go up through the gears.

Up through the gears and breaking Georgian hearts at the same time, the nation from the Caucasus Region had quickly become the neutral’s favourite in Germany, but they were no match for one of the outright favourites of the competition.

Because even though the outright odds place England as the current favourites, there is no doubt that Spain have played the best football to date and were it not for the home bias from UK-based punters, you get the feeling this market would be far more reflective of current events.

But now it is time for the first of my two tips, and I think this is the night where Germany’s party comes to an end. Spain will be too hot to handle in an entertaining clash. Entertainment that sees both teams score but also a Spanish win in 90 minutes at odds of 9/2 with bet365.

In addition to this, I am also going to back Nico Williams to score. Not only to score, but also to be the final entry on the scoresheet. I am gambling on his pace to get the better of tiring legs late on and that gamble is priced at 10/1 with Betfred.

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Dan Tracey

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