Who will become the European Champion? Italy will be looking to be Euro champions for the second time while England will be lookingfir their first trophy in a major tournament since 1966 when the become world champions.
How Italy got here
Italy is on a memorable unbeaten run entering the Euro 2020 last. Italy hasn't lost in 33 sequential games across all rivalries and has dominated each and every match in Euro 2020. That is a record for one competition and it's likewise important for a record for every single European rivalry. Italy has dominated 16 continuous matches (counting qualifiers) across the European Championships entering Sunday's game.
How England arrived
Britain is in its first Euro at last after not conceding a goal until Mikkel Damsgaard scored in the 30th moment of the semifinal. That was likewise the first time England had followed all competition, however the deficiency endured under 10 minutes. An own goal tied the game in the 39th moment before Harry Kane's penalty bounce back in extra time put England in the last.
Italy has been a fast striking team all through Euro 2020 and was content to allow Spain to have heaps of possession of the ball in the semifinal. That will not occur on Sunday. Britain doesn't play like Spain does and this could be a game where possession is shared pretty equally.
That is the reason the midfield will be key for the two teams. Kalvin Phillips and Declan Rice have been phenomenal in the focal point of the field for England and Jorginho could wind up with the Golden Ball with another sterling presentation and an Italy win. He's essential for a midfield three with Marco Verratti and Nicolo Barella. Italy will probably stay with its 4-3-3 formation while the possibly question for England is in the event that it goes for five defenders or sticks with four. Britain has played the last two games with a back four subsequent to utilizing five defenders against Germany.
Regardless formation England goes with, we're going with an extra time bet after the two semifinals required 30 additional minutes.
Our picks, odds provided by MGM.
Guideline tie (+195)
Over 1.5 goals (- 200)
Italy to lead at half, guideline closes in a tie (+1200)
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