Denmark U21 vs. Germany U21
May 31, 2021 3:00 pm EDT
The Line: Over 2.5 +115, Under 2.5 -150
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Denmark U21 and Germany U21 are playing at MOL Arena Sosto in the U21 UEFA Euro Cup quarterfinals.
Denmark is one of the best youth teams in the world, and they haven’t lost any of their last 16 games, and they were dominant in the group stage. Denmark has had 3 wins, 6 scored goals, and 0 conceded goals in their 3 group stage games. Denmark doesn’t have some young superstar players in their roster, but they are an excellent team, and they work really well together. Denmark was playing against Russia in their last match, and they have had 51% of ball possession, 4 shots on goal, 1 corner kick, 2 big chances created, and 77% of the correct passes. With a solid defense and an incredibly effective offense, Denmark has won this match, 3-0. We know that Denmark can beat any team out there, but the stakes are high in this game, and even though Denmark is undefeated in their last 16 games, they will need to be focused, and once again, they will need to have a solid defensive end.
Of all the teams in the quarterfinals, Germany has one of the weakest offenses, and they also got lucky in the group stage. Germany has scored 4 goals while conceding 1 goal, and Baku and Nmecha are their leading goalscorers with 2 goals each. In their last game against Romania, Germany was the better team with 59% of ball possession, 4 shots on goal, 5 corner kicks, 4 big chances created, and a solid 86% of the correct passes. Germany was dominant, they were creating chances, but as I’ve said, Germany lacks offense and goalscoring ability, and this game has ended in a 0-0 draw. It’s not a question if Germany is a talented team, because they are, and a Wirtz is their best-known player at the moment, but Germany is far away from where they should be if they want to win this Euro Cup.
Denmark and Germany have played 5 times against each other, and Germany has won all 5 of those games, and each of those games has had at least 3 goals. Both teams are in solid form, but Denmark is in better form, and they have shown a lot more than Germany, and I will side with Denmark to get their first win against Germany, and I will come at the right time.