I CAN'T see anything but a Spain win when the world champions visit Wembley on Saturday.
And bookies bet365 have already seen plenty of early interest in the Spanish who have been cut from 11-10 to 10-11.
Spokesman Steve Freeth “Punters obviously feel we’ve dangled a huge carrot by offering the world and European champions at odds against and they’ve backed the Spanish accordingly.”
All firms are now reporting massive plunges on Spain and I can see why. The best price is hovering about the even money mark but by kick-off it could be down to something like 4-6.
Spain are fielding a strong side while England will be without Wayne Rooney, skipper John Terry and several others. If the Spanish are in the mood to give England a footballing lesson they might just do that.
Keeper Iker Casillas will earn his 100th cap after asking to miss the final Euro qualifier against Scotland so he could celebrate the honour at Wembley and he'd love a clean sheet to go with it. England are 3-1 to beat Spain with the draw 12-5.
Bodog make any England player 10-1 to reveal a poppy celebration T-shirt after scoring. Players have been banned from a printed version on their shirts.
Spain put together 41 consecutive passes before scoring against Scotland and are 12-1 to beat that figure against England. It's 5-1 for 30 or more passes then a goal.
Bet365 have updated their top England Euro 2012 goalscorer market and Darren Bent is the favourite at 4-1 ahead of 11-2 Ashley Young, 13-2 Danny Welbeck, Frank Lampard and 15-2 Daniel Sturridge.