Spain’s betting odds on the EURO 2016 go up

Ivan Perišić

Changes of Spain’s betting odds on the EURO 2016, marked by most of the sportsbooks around the old continent.

Spain’s betting odds for winning the EURO 2016 moved from 3.75 to 5.00 after yesterday’s defeat from Croatia. The Croats surprised the actual European Champions with a 2-1 win, overturning a one-goal deficit right before the end of the regular time. A harder route awaits for the Spanish Armada in the 1/8 final, where they face the so far undefeated Italy.

The “Croatia EURO 2016” march seen with much respect

The Croats topping group D did not go unnoticed by online sportsbooks in the UK either. Ladbrokes, Coral and Hills set their odds on 9.00 which in comparison with the 30.00 before the beginning of the tournament, is a considerable advance. Their opponents are soon to be revealed.

EURO 2016 Top scorer betting odds changes

Alvaro Morata’s third goal against in the match against Croatia, put the Juventus striker on the top of the goal scorers list on the EURO 2016 with 3 goals. An equal number of goals stays also behind the name of the Welsh magician Gareth Bale. For all of you who bet on sports, the odds for Morata ending on this position are currently 4.50, while Bale stays on 4.00.

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