England vs Spain: Predictions & Odds
Gareth Southgate’s England will expect a hero’s reception on their first outing since reaching their first World Cup semi-final since 1990.
Spain are the visitors to Wembley for the sides opening Nations Cup clash on Saturday and following the 2010 World Champions turmoil ridden summer, head coach Luis Enrique will be targeting a new era for Spain with the summer nothing but a distant memory.
England have a strong record on home soil against the Spaniards over the last 22 years dating all the back to Euro 96.
Five games have been played between the two including that European clash on English soil and the three lions have won three of them.
Spain have won once and the last time the two met at Wembley a 2-2 draw was played out in November 2016.
A new dawn has risen for both sides and a steady draw looks set to take place once again between two evenly matched sides with an uneventful 1-1 the prediction.
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