Razor-Thin Odds Margin Between Italy And England For Euro 2020 Final

Posted on July 9, 2021

Football’s coming home! Or at least, that’s the plan for England at Sunday’s EURO 2020 Final.

Italy is on the other side of the tug-of-war for the European title.

Both squads will go head-to-head at 3 p.m. on July 11. You can catch all the action on ESPN.

EURO 2020 Final odds

It’s been a series of heartbreaks for England fans since the team’s 1966 World Cup win. They’ve lost in the semi-finals of five different major tournaments since then.

England finally has a chance to right the ship at Wembley Stadium of all places.

England has never advanced to a EURO final before, but Italy has seen more success at the tournament over the years.

The Italians have only won the tournament once, and that was back in 1968. However, they were the runner-ups in 2000 and 2012, which is more than England can claim.

Right now, DraftKings Indiana is giving England the slight edge for Sunday’s match. Slight is the key word here, because the odds difference between the two teams is a thin one.

  • England: +165
  • Italy: +195
  • Draw: +200

William Hill EURO 2020 promotions

$10 Golden Goals from William Hill

William Hill IN is going all-out for Sunday’s action.

The sportsbook is offering a pair of promotions to attract Hoosiers that bet on soccer.

The company’s first deal is its “$10 Golden Goals” promotion.

All you have to do to qualify for the deal is to sign up for William Hill.

After your account is set up, bet at least $50 on the moneyline for either team. Once you do, William Hill will give you an extra $10 for every goal that your team scores in regulation.

Those extra winnings will be added to your account balance as free bets.

This promotion is a solid deal if you were already planning to bet on either side of the pitch. After all, why not give yourself a chance at winning some extra money?

Euro 2020 shootout insurance

The only thing worse than losing a bet is losing a bet that almost hit. That’s quite common in soccer and especially so during penalty kicks.

William Hill is looking to take some of the sting out of gambling with its other EURO 2020 promotion.

The sportsbook’s “Shootout Insurance” will refund you if your team loses in heartbreaking fashion.

All you have to do to take advantage of the deal is to bet on the moneyline of either team for Sunday’s matchup.

If your team ends up on the wrong side of a shootout, then William Hill will refund you up to $50. That refund will come as a free bet.

BetMGM Run Up The Score

Soccer fans gambling with BetMGM will be hoping for a high-scoring game this weekend. The sportsbook’s new promotion for the EURO final will be fueling that craze.

BetMGM’s “Run Up The Score” deal is giving gamblers a chance to win an extra $5 for every goal that their team scores on Sunday.

This is a similar deal to William Hill’s Golden Goals, but there’s a key difference. You have to bet $50 or more on a moneyline for Golden Goals, but Run Up The Score will let you take any EURO bet that you want.

The catch here is that your wager will have to have minimum odds of -200 or greater. For example, +100 would be enough to qualify, but -300 would leave you on the outside looking in.

Penalty kicks don’t count for this promotion, so you’ll only win the extra $5 for goals scored in regulation.

Compared to Golden Goals, BetMGM’s deal is swapping out a smaller payout per goal in exchange for added wagering flexibility.

If you’re looking for a special kind of EURO bet, then this deal might be for you. If you’re betting the basic moneyline, then William Hill’s promo might be a better option.

Regardless of how you’re betting, there are plenty of options out there for the EURO 2020 Final.

Sportsbooks will likely release more deals over the weekend, so feel free to shop around at Indiana’s legal betting apps to find a promotion that works best for you.

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Jake Garza is a sports writer based in Indianapolis, IN. He's an Indiana University graduate who's spent time as a sports reporter covering teams at the prep, collegiate and professional levels.

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