Spain v Turkey: Betting Preview
2012 champions Spain only just managed to overcome an extremely resolute Czech Republic side in their first group game.
Vicente del Bosque's side passed the ball well, as you'd expect, and created a couple of good chances, but it took some last minute magic from Andres Iniesta to earn the full 3 points.
Personally, I think they might need a similar kind of magic to break Turkey down tonight.
Fatih Terim's men beat the likes of Netherlands, Iceland and Czech Republic on the way to Euro 2016, and although they're better known for their technical forward players, they were generally quite solid defensively.
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In the whole of 2015, Turkey conceded just 2 goals in competitive matches, and their only defeat ahead of this tournament was the 2-1 defeat to England, where they didn't field an entirely full strength side.
Although I do fancy Spain to edge a win, I don't think the price represents any real value at around 8/15, and I much prefer the look of under 2.5 goals at 8/11.
I also like the look of Spain to score exactly one second half goal, which is priced at 7/5.