The final of the European Championships is usually the game in which the most money is traded and by looking back at some key trends from previous relatively recent European Championships Finals it can often become easier to predict what is going to happen during the game.
|Year||Winner||Full Time Score||Half Time Score||Runner Up|
|1996||Germany||1-1 (2-1aet)||0-0||Czech Republic|
There have only been four different correct scores in the last eight European Championships Finals, the game either finishes 1-0, 2-0 or 1-1 (or an unlikely repeat of the 4-0 in 2012). If a goal has already been scored at half time then predicting the full time score should be relatively easy with only one more goal likely in the second half most finals.
In the last eight finals if a team has been winning at half time they have gone on to win the game so at half time back the leading team (if there is one) to win the match. If a team is winning 1-0 at half time the stats suggest the game is almost certain to finish either 1-0 or 2-0 to that team and that would offer better odds than just backing that team to win.
Every time the game has been a draw at half time in the last eight finals it has always been goalless at half time. This has happened four times recently and on half those occasions the game has gone on to be 1-1 so if the teams look very evenly matched at half time the best bet may be 1-1.
There has never been a European Championships Final that has finished 0-0 so one of the first bets to place in running is to lay no next goal in the match, history says there will be a goal. The longer the game goes on, the better the odds will be for layers of no next goal.
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With so much on the line in the European Championships Final there are rarely too many goals, just one of the last eight European Championships finals had over 2.5 goals in 90 minutes. At any time during the match under 2.5 goals should be a good in running bet.
In those eight matches there were only five first half goals and eleven second half goals. This means that if the game is 0-0 at half time, like three out of the last five finals have been, you want to be betting on just one or two goals to be scored in the second half.
When betting in running on the European Championships Final you should:
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