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The Enhanced Odds & Boosted Markets for the Euro 2020 Final

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Boosted Markets for the Euro 2020 Final

Here we have compiled a list of the boosted markets that each bookmaker is offering for the Euro 2020 final between Italy and England at Wembley Stadium on Sunday.

Sky’s Boosted Markets

Harry Kane to Score a Header – 12/1

England captain Harry Kane has scored four goals at Euro 2020 so far, of which all of these have come in the knockout stages of the competition. The Tottenham Hotspur striker scored his first goal of the tournament against Germany, via a header in the Three Lions 2-0 victory against their old nemesis, as well as scoring another header, which was his second goal of the game in England’s 4-0 thumping of Ukraine in the quarter-finals.

Harry Kane to score a header is priced at 12/1 - click on the link to claim this bet in your bet slip!

Raheem Sterling and Harry Kane Both to Score – 14/1

As mentioned above, Kane has four goals to his name at Euro 2020, having scored against Germany, Ukraine (2) and the winning goal in extra time in England’s historic 2-1 victory over Denmark which saw the Three Lions reach the final of a major competition for the first time since 1966.

Meanwhile, Raheem Sterling has scored three goals so far this tournament, scoring both of Gareth Southgate’s sides goals in the group stages in their 1-0 wins against Croatia and the Czech Republic, as well as the opener in the Three Lions’ 2-0 win against Germany in the round of 16.

Sterling and Kane both to score against Italy on Sunday is priced at 14/1.

Paddy Power’s Boosted Markets

Mason Mount & Lorenzo Insigne to Have 1 or More Shots on Target – 11/4

Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount has played four times for England at Euro 2020 and has had seven shots in total, with just two of these being off-target. The 22-year-old is yet to score at this year’s tournament.

On the other hand, Napoli forward Lorenzo Insigne has had 13 shots in five appearances for Italy at Euro 2020, with five of these being off-target, but, the 30-year-old does have two goals to his name, following a clinical finish in the Azzurri’s 3-0 thumping of Turkey on matchday one, as well as a sensational solo strike against Belgium in the quarter-finals in his side’s 2-1 victory over the Red Devils.

Mount and Insigne to both have one shot or more on target in the Euro 2020 final is priced at 11/4.

Raheem Sterling to Have 1 or More Shots on Target from Outside the box – 5/1

At Euro 2020 Sterling averages 2.3 shots per game having had 11 in six appearances this tournament, scoring three with a shot accuracy of 73% and a goal conversion ratio of 27%. Notably, the Manchester City winger did have a powerful shot from outside of the box beaten away by Manuel Neuer in the Three Lions game with Germany in the round of 16, as well as taking a free-kick against Denmark that was going on target but got blocked by the Danes wall.

Sterling has the odds of 5/1 to have one or more shots on target from outside the box against Italy on Sunday.

William Hill’s Boosted Markets

Harry Kane to Score First - 11/2

As previously mentioned, Kane has four goals so far at Euro 2020 which is a good tally when considering that the Tottenham man didn’t score in the group stages at all for Southgate’s side, but, following four goals in his last three appearances, the 27-year-old is realistically just two goals away from winning the Golden Boot having fired home against Germany, Ukraine (2) and Denmark.

Only one of Kane’s goals at Euro 2020 have been the first of the game, of which this happened in England’s 4-0 quarter-final drubbing of Ukraine at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome, where the Three Lions captain latched on to a smart through ball by Sterling after just four minutes and lashed a finish past Ukraine goalkeeper Heorhiy Bushchan from close range.

Kane to score first in the final of Euro 2020 on Sunday has the odds of 11/2.

Raheem Sterling to Score Anytime – 4/1

Sterling has been involved in five goals for England at Euro 2020, having won the penalty for the Three Lions winning goal against Denmark in the semi-finals, as well as assisting Kane’s opener in England’s 4-0 victory against Ukraine in the round prior to this. The 26-year-old City winger has played a crucial role in the Three Lions progression through the tournament having scored both of their two goals in Group D against Croatia and the Czech Republic, as well as scoring a crucial goal that set England on their way to a 2-0 win against Germany in the round of 16.

Sterling is priced at 4/1 to score anytime for the Three Lions against Italy.