Spain v Croatia Odds : Back David Silva to score with William Hill at big price

Its Croatia and Spain on Monday evening in a winner takes all match, as William Hill announce that their offer of  9/2 for David Villa to score anytime for the Spanish, which is an increase in the normal price of 15/, is seeing plenty of support from enigmatic punters who predict a win for Vincent Del Bosque’s side.

Whoever takes all three points will finish the group as winners and go into the quarter-final stage.

However, with both sides on four points and Italy on two, dropping points could mean elimination from Euro 2012.

Looking at Spain to begin with, they will have been delighted with their 4-0 win over Republic of Ireland last time out, a result which put them top of Group B.

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Fernando Torres returned to goal scoring form in this match, he found the net twice with two finishes of the highest quality.

This is sure to give Torres some much needed confidence and he could go on to have a great tournament.

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Spain are the current favourites to go all the way in the competition and they know that a win here would see put them in great shape to do so.

Vicente Del Bosque’s men have not lost a competitive game since the opening match of Euro 2008 so know how to what it takes to get results when the pressure is on.

As for Croatia, they would have been happy to come from a goal down to rescue a poiunt against Italy last time out, a result that puts qualification in their own hands.

Slaven Bilic will know his team face an extremely tough test here put they go into the match on the back of two impressive performances at Euro 2012.

Mario Mandzukic was yet again on the score sheet for Croatia which takes his tally to three goals in the tournament so far. Mandzukic will be looking to add to that this time out and help his side reach the final eight.

Bilic’s men have now lost just one game in eight so will be hopeful of a positive result against the world champions.

It is all set to be a fascinating evening and it all gets underway from 7.45pm on Monday.

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