Spain head into Euro 2020 having qualified from the group stages in five of the last six European Championships and the three-time winners are tipped at 2/5 to win Group E. They’ll face three sides confident of progressing themselves in Sweden, Slovakia and Poland, yet none of their opponents should pose too much of a threat for La Roja.
Having beaten Sweden on their way to glory at Euro 2008, it will be the first time Spain have met either Poland or Slovakia at a major tournament. Whilst their opposition may be unfamiliar, their surroundings will not be, as the 2010 World Cup winners are set to play all three group matches in front of home supporters.
One of the 12 nations chosen to hold the pan-European competition, the matches due to be held in Spain were moved from Bilbao to Seville, over concerns relating to whether or not fans would be allowed to attend.
It will be the first time since the World Cup in 1982 that Spain will play a tournament match on home soil and with a front line boasting attacking talents like Ferran Torres, Adama Traore and Alvaro Morata, La Roja are a healthy 15/8 to win all of their group games this summer.