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Germany and Denmark face at the Eden Stadium, Prague, in a match for the second round of Group A of the Under21 European Championship in Czech Republic.

There is almost no head to head record between these two teams. The only one was in 2008 and ended with a 4-0 win for Germany. 

Analysis of Germany U21

Germany hasn’t started the event well, since they have tied 1-1 against Serbia. They will now try to confirm their favouritism in a match there is likely to be hard, nonetheless, against Denmark.

Although they have players of great quality, Germany has had a few problems against Serbia, mostly in terms of their organization. Moreover, Christian Günter saw a red card in the last match and is therefore not available.

Analyzing the records of Horst Hrubesch’s team, 55% of their matches have ended with Over 2,5 goals, mostly due to their high offensive efficiency, since they score an average of 2,82 goals per match.

Probable Line-up: Marc-André ter Stegen; Julian Korb, Matthias Ginter, Robin Knoche, Nico Schulz; Emre Can, Moritz Leitner, Kevin Volland, Max Meyer, Amin Younes; Philipp Hofmann.

Coach: Horst Hrubesch

Confirmed Lineup: M. ter Stegen, D. Heintz, M. Ginter, J. Korb, M. Meyer, E. Can, L. Bittencourt, N. Schulz, J. Kimmich, A. Younes, K. Volland.
Coach: H. Hrubesch.

Analysis of Denmark U21

Denmark arrives at this match very motivated due to a win over Czech Republic in the first match: Jannik Vestergaard and Pione Sisto scored the team’s goals.

In this match they managed to turn the score around after having conceded the first goal in the first half. However, they were allowed to do so by the lack of motivation of the Czech players.

Nevertheless, it’s important to notice that in the last 10 matches Denmark has opened up the score 7 times. However, they only managed to keep the advantage until the end in 4 of these matches.
Probable line-up: Jakob Busk; Frederik Sörensen, Alexander Scholz, Jannik Vestergaard, Jonas Knudsen; Lasse Vigen Christensen, Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg, Nicolaj Thomsen; Yussuf Poulsen, Rasmus Falk Jensen, Viktor Fischer.

Coach: Jess Thorup

Confirmed Lineup: J. Jensen, A. Christensen, J. Knudsen, A. Scholz, J. Vestergaard, N. Thomsen, P. Sisto, L. Christensen, J. Jønsson, Y. Poulsen, N. Brock-Madsen.
Coach: J. Thorup.

Betting suggestion:

Due to the individual and collective quality of both teams, we expect an open match with many goal opportunities for both teams. However, Germany’s need to win will be determinant to motivate them to win. Therefore, the most likely scenario for this match is that Germany will win.

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UEFA U21 Championship - 2015 Czech Republic

  • 100% 249 / 249 Games

  • Home team wins 44.98%
  • Draws 13.65%
  • Away team wins 41.37%
  • Over 1.5 80.72%
  • Over 2.5 62.65%
  • Over 3.5 40.96%
  • Goals 828
  • Goals /match 3.33
  • Goals /match home 1.77
  • Goals /match away 1.56
  • Both teams score 46.59%
  • Goals after 80' 17.63%
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