Liverpool target Alvaro Morata and Malaga’s Isco – who is interesting Manchester City – are the two leading contenders to consider in our latest Double/Triple Money Special.
The duo will carry the fight for Spain as they face Italy in the final of the European U21 Championship this evening, with La Roja the strong 67/100 favourites to lift the trophy inside the 90 minutes.
Morata, who has been mentioned as a potential makeweight in any deal taking Reds striker Luis Suarez to Real Madrid this summer, has already notched four goals at the tournament.
Isco has also shone for La Roja in Israel, scoring twice in their run to the final, and new Man City boss Manuel Pellegrini is rumoured to be battling Los Blancos for the signature of the highly-rated playmaker.
Both players feature prominently in the first goalscorer betting, which is easily the best market to focus on for this match in light of the latest instalment in our superb special promotion.
Double/Triple Money means that if you back the correct first goalscorer, we then double your winnings if that player scores twice, triple them if he goes on to net a hat-trick, and so on.
It’s an offer that you can snap up by clicking here (new customers can get a free £20 bet, too) and the claims of Morata (6/1) and Isco (7/1) to break the deadlock are hard to ignore.
The other main Spanish contenders for a multi-goal contribution include Benfica striker Rodrigo (4/1), who scored the opener in the 3-0 semi-final triumph over Norway, and Barcelona flier Cristian Tello (7/1).
If you believe that 4/1 outsiders Italy can spring a surprise, Liverpool’s Fabio Borini and the exciting Lorenzo Insigne are the obvious choices at odds of 9/1 and 11/1 respectively.
Two-goal Bologna hitman Manolo Gabbiadini and Genoa striker Ciro Immobile (both 8/1) are also live options for the Azzurri, who are 13/5 to take the game into extra-time.
But with Spain well fancied to successfully defend their crown, putting your faith in tournament top scorer Morata looks to be the way to go.