Women’s European Championship Odds: England have no fear

England expected to fare strongly

England head coach Sarina Wiegman insists they “don’t fear anyone” as they prepare to face Germany in Sunday’s European Championship final (Match Betting – England 6/4, Draw 21/10, Germany 21/10).

The Lionesses (8/11 to lift the trophy) are looking to win their first piece of major silverware and will attempt to achieve that feat in front of a full house at Wembley.

Wiegman, however, does have experience of winning trophies after leading her native Netherlands to the Euro crown in 2017.

After easing through the competition, winning each of their three group matches without conceding a goal, England edged past Spain in the quarter-finals before securing a comprehensive 4-0 victory over Sweden in the semis.

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Germany (EVS to lift the trophy), who are eight-time winners of the competition, also have plenty of momentum, allowing just one goal during their five outings in getting this far, while Alexandra Popp (15/8 to score anytime) is tied with England’s Beth Mead (9/4 to score anytime) on six goals in the race for the Golden Boot.

Despite Germany’s vast amount of experience on the big stage, Wiegman insists England are “prepared for everything”.

Wiegman said: “When you reach the final, then you are one of the best teams in the tournament. I think we have a very good team too, and we don’t fear anyone.”

Counterpart Martina Voss-Tecklenburg admits her side will need some luck but believes England will be under greater pressure to perform in front of a home crowd.

“I believe the pressure is more on them than on us,” Voss-Tecklenburg said.

“We have to have the responsibility, you have to have a bit of luck sometimes, but there is pressure on every player in that situation. If it were to happen we will be ready.”

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Author: Lucas Carlson