Kick Off: 1945, 23/06/2017
Stadium: Bydgoszcz Stadium
TV: Sky Sports
Spain were our pre-tournament pick for outright glory at the European Under-21 Championship and can power into the semi-finals with a third straight group-stage win over Serbia.
La Roja did us proud when landing all three bets suggested in the preview of Tuesday’s match against Portugal and this star-studded outfit looks worth keeping on side once more.
We’re kicking off our Serbia U21 vs Spain U21 betting tips by taking 29/4 for the favourites to oblige 2-1.
A Look At Serbia U21 Betting Odds
Serbia failed to fully capitalise on their first-half domination when drawing 2-2 with Macedonia earlier this week.
Mijat Gacinovic put them ahead at the break, but the lead should have been much more convincing and in the end they needed a last-gasp Uros Djurdjevic strike to secure a share of the spoils after Macedonia rallied in the second period.
“We were the better team and if we had scored our early chances, we would be in a completely different situation now,” commented coach Nenad Lalatovic. “In the first half, we were attacking all the time.”
Lalatovic will be looking for another positive display, but we prefer 11/5 for his side to lose and both teams to score from the Serbia U21 vs Spain U21 odds.
A Look At Spain U21 Betting Odds
Spain, champions in 2011 and 2013, have rolled out some big guns for this tournament and they have not disappointed so far, following up a 5-0 thrashing of Macedonia by beating Portugal 3-1.
La Roja were particularly lethal on the break in their second victory, with the pace of Gerard Deulofeu helping to set up Sandro Ramirez for the middle goal and Inaki Williams also converting on a counter-attack.
With qualification already assured, Albert Celades could rest some of his major names but does have plenty of strength in depth, stating: “We have players with a lot of talent up front and that makes it easier.”
Spain can be backed at 31/20 to be leading at half-time and full-time again.
SERBIA 2-2 Macedonia – Mijat Gacinovic, Uros Djurdjevic
Portugal 1-3 SPAIN – Saul Niguez, Sandro Ramirez, Inaki Williams
We’re giving away €100,000 to the players who guess the exact time of the first goal in a selected match each week. To get started, first login or register at bwin. You can then make your first attempt, using your free prediction, before receiving more predictions for every €10 staked with us!
Stay close to the action with the bwin Sports app. Access more markets than any other betting provider and scan our in-depth football statistics menu to find and make your bet selections fast. Download now.