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Spain Euro 2024 Odds

Spain is chasing their first international title after 12 years. The three-time European Champions enter this tournament as one of the potential favourites with their recently built younger squad now coming through the ranks. Spain are the only national team who won three consecutive major titles – the Euros in 2008 and 2012 with the World Cup in 2010 between those two triumphs.

Can Spain become four-time champions this summer?

Spain Euro 2024 Outright Winner Odds

Spain are one of the frontrunners for the European Championships this summer with odds of 8/1 but are still behind the likes of France and England according to the bookmakers.

Head coach Luis de la Fuente takes charge of his first tournament as the manager of the men’s national team. De la Fuente has had previous experience within the international setup guiding the under19 and under 21 side to European Championships. The former Alaves manager replaced the outgoing Luis Enrique in 2022 and he won the Nations League with Spain the following year.

Spain had a tremendous qualifying campaign, finishing top of their group ahead of Scotland. Spain won seven out of their eight qualifying games, only losing once to Scotland.

All odds are accurate at time of writing and are subject to change.

Spain Outright Winners Odds

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Spain @ 8/1

Spain Player to be a Euro 2024 Golden Boot Winner

Here we have taken a look at the odds of a Spain player being the Euro 2024’s Golden Boot winner ahead of this summer’s competition in Germany.

All odds are accurate at time of writing and are subject to change.

Alvaro Morata to be a Golden Boot Winner – @ 25/1

Spain captain Alvaro Morata is likely to be the source of goals for Spain this summer with SkyBet placing odds of 25/1 which places Morata top of the Spanish contingent.

Alvaro Morata has 24 goal contributions in 45 games for Atletico Madrid this season and averages a goal contribution every 129 minutes for his club this season. Morata has five goals in the Champions League for Atletico Madrid this season as Diego Simeone’s side reached the quarter-final stage.

For his national side, Morata has made 71 appearances and scored 34 goals since his debut in 2014. The Spain captain was the top scorer in qualifying with four goals in appearances and at the last World Cup, Morata had scored three goals in 184 minutes during his four appearances in the tournament.

Alvaro Morata - Golden Boot Winner

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Alvaro Morata @ 25/1

Lamine Yamal to be a Golden Boot Winner – @ 40/1

Lamine Yamal will be the youngest player to feature in these European Champions this summer, should the youngster be called up to the squad. Yamal will break the record currently held by Polish international Kacper Kozlowski.

Yamal has had a breakthrough season at Barcelona and is highly tipped to become one of the best players in World Football in a few years’ time. The 16-year-old was awarded the inaugural ‘Youngest Award’ which is given to the youngest nominated for the Golden Boy award.

Lamine Yamal has 15 goal contributions in 46 appearances in his first season for Barcelona this season, which has led him to receiving a call-up to the national side this season. For his national side, Yamal has two goals in six appearances which also included a fine performance against Brazil in an international friendly.

Lamine Yamal - Golden Boot Winner

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Lamine Yamal @ 40/1

Ferran Torres to be a Golden Boot Winner – @ 40/1

Lamine Yamal’s Barcelona teammate Ferran Torres is slightly behind Yamal in the odds for Golden Boot. The former Manchester City forward is known for his versatility as he can across the front three.

Ferran Torres has 15 goal contributions in 39 appearances for the Catalan club this season – including three goals in the UEFA Champions League. Torres will be hoping to make his third consecutive tournament appearance this summer for the national side.

The Spanish international made his debut in 202 and has since scored 18 goals in 4o appearances for La Roja. Torres scored three goals in five games during the qualifying campaign, along with three goal contributions in six games at the last European Championships.

Ferran Torres - Golden Boot Winner

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Ferran Torres @ 40/1

Mikel Oyarazabal to be a Golden Boot Winner – @ 50/1

Real Sociedad forward Mikel Oyarazabal is our next pick on this list. Along with Yamal and Torrers, Sociedad forward could provide an option across the forward line because of his positional versatility.

Oyarazabal has provided 16 goal contributions for Sociedad this season, including two goals in seven appearances in La Liga this season. The 27-year-old hopes to have his name restored to the international setup for a major tournament once again, after missing out on the World Cup.

The 27-year-old made six appearances at the previous European Championships, scoring only once as Spain reached the semi-final stages where they were beaten by eventual winners Italy. Since his international debut in 2016, the Sociedad forward has scored seven goals in 26 appearances.

Mikel Oyarzabal - Golden Boot Winner

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Mikel Oyarzabal @ 50/1

Joselu to be a Golden Boot Winner – @ 81/1

Joselu presents an interesting option @ 81/1 on CopyBet. The former Stoke City striker has emerged as a Real Madrid hero in this past week following his brace against Bayern Munich, to send them through to the Champions League final.

The striker is on-loan from second tier Espanyol and has provided valuable goals as Real Madrid’s number nine this season. Joselu has totalled an impressive 16 goals in 46 appearances this season – including five goals in ten UEFA Champions League games.

Joselu was given his international debut against Norway in 2023 and scored a brace on his maiden appearance for La Roja. Since the debut, the Real Madrid striker has scored five goals in ten international appearances.

Joselu - Golden Boot Winner

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Joselu @ 81/1