In the upcoming quarter-finals of the European Championship among under-21 players, Spain and Switzerland will face off on July 1st. The match will take place in Romanian Bucharest at the Valentin Stanescu stadium. The game will be refereed by the Belgian team Eric Lambrechts. Spain had a strong group stage, scoring seven points and advancing to the quarter-finals from the first place. On the other hand, Switzerland managed to secure three points in the group stage, but they conceded the most goals in the tournament. The article also provides recommended betting rates for the match.
July 1st Spain and Switzerland will meet in the quarter-finals of the European Championship among under-21 players. The match will be held in Romanian Bucharest at the stadium named after Valentin Stanescu. The game will be refereed by the Belgian team Eric Lambrechts, the start of the meeting is at 22.00 Moscow time. The tournament is not legally shown in Russia.
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The Spanish route, taking into account overtime and penalty kicks, is offered for 1.19Switzerland – for 4.72.
The three possible outcomes of the confrontation, according to experts, are as follows:
• 2:0 in favor of Spain – for 5.83;
• 1:0 — for 6.60;
• 2:1 — for 7.75.
The Spaniards are second in the tournament in terms of performance (six goals), while the Swiss have conceded the most (eight). A total of more than 2.5 goals can be taken 1.74TM 2.5 — for 2.10.
You can bet on effective shot exchanges for 2.01the option “both teams to score – no” was offered for 1.79.
Predictions and bets on the match of the European Youth Championship Spain – Switzerland
Patrick Rahmen’s team was probably the weakest of those who made it to the playoffs. Three points were enough for Switzerland, which they scored in the first round of the group stage against Norway (2:1). Competitors, Italy and Norway, also gained three points each, but did not progress further on additional points. In addition, the “Red Crusaders” conceded the most in the tournament (eight goals), even more than the already eliminated teams.
Spain, on the other hand, had a great group stage: they got seven points and advanced to the quarter-finals from the first row. In addition, the “red fury” was the second in terms of scoring at the Euros (six goals), and only Ukraine managed to break through it in the last round (2:2), where the Spaniards were satisfied with a draw. .
Recommended rate: F1(-1.5) for 2.14.