Germany and Spain began UEFA EURO 2008 as the bookmakers' favourites for gold. True to the odds, the pair will collide in Sunday's final at the Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna. The question FIFA.com would like you to answer is: who will emerge victorious?

The Spaniards cruised into the knockout phase, a 4-1 win over Russia preceding narrow defeats of Sweden and Greece. There, they overcame Italy on penalties before again making light work of the Russians in their semi-final.

The tournament's top scorer, David Villa, limped off injured during the first half of that match and will now miss the final. However, Cesc Fabregas radiated in his place yesterday and with Xavi, Andres Iniesta and Fernando Torres expected to line-up, La Furia Roja will have quality in abundance.

Germany's reached the quarter-finals as Group B runners-up, and sucessive 3-2 victories over Portugal and Turkey sending them through to the decider. Philipp Lahm, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Michael Ballack and Lukas Podolski have been particularly impressive for Joachim Low's side, and the quartet will certainly be in thoughts of Spain coach Luis Aragones.

So, it's over to you. Regardless of your pre-tournament prediction, who do you think will win the EURO 2008 final? Click 'Add your comment' to make your prediction, but please remember to keep your posts clean, respectful and in English.