England will be bidding to end 55 years of hurt on Sunday (3 p.m. ET) when they take on Italy in the Euro 2020 final at Wembley Stadium.
The Three Lions haven’t won a major football tournament since 1966 and they are + 162 to end that drought with a win on Sunday in 90 minutes. They are also -120 to lift the trophy by any method (90 minutes, extra time, penalties).
This looks a genuine 50/50 matchup and we know that the English have the home-field advantage but on the evidence from what we have seen in this tournament, it’s the Italians who have been arguably the more impressive side.
Gareth Southgate’s men looked nervous in their semifinal win over Denmark and they will have to raise their game -- something they are more than capable of -- if they are to win this match on Sunday.