The final piece of silverware of the European season will be handed out this weekend, as the UEFA Nations League final will take place in Rotterdam on Sunday. Spain will be looking to avenge their defeat in the previous edition of the tournament, while Croatia will be hoping to win a first major honor.

Before Betting On Croatia vs Spain

Spain will be the clear favorites in the betting to win the Nations League this weekend, as they possess a squad full of players that have landed notable victories throughout their careers. The Spanish were beaten finalists on their previous appearance in the Nations League final, but they could be set to avenge that loss against France in the Netherlands this weekend.

Spain booked their spot in the final on Thursday evening, as they registered a late 2-1 win over Italy. The winning goal in the match was scored with just two minutes remaining, as Joselu ensured that extra-time wasn’t required. Spain had earlier taken the lead through Yeremy Pino, before Italy pegged them back from the penalty spot through Ciro Immobile.

Croatia has upset the odds frequently throughout their recent international history, reaching the 2018 World Cup final, before finishing third in the previous edition of the tournament in Qatar. They have experience that few other nations in the world can match, and few sides would have come back in the manner in which they did against the Netherlands on Wednesday night.

Croatia appeared to be heading through to the final with a 2-1 advantage in Holland, before the Dutch equalized with virtually the last kick of the game. However, the Croatian mentality was clear for all to see in extra-time, as they recovered their confidence to score twice to register a 4-2 win. The final goal in the match was scored with just four minutes remaining by Luka Modric.

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This will be a fascinating Nations League final between these sides, with both looking to build momentum ahead of next summer’s EUROs. However, we can see Croatia ending their long wait for an international success on Sunday, and we will be siding with them to record a 2-0 win over Spain.