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Germany and Serbia face at the Generali Arena, Prague, in a match for the 1st round of the Group A of the Under21 European Championship.
There is no head to head history between these two teams, but the German are clearly the favourites.

Analysis of Germany U21

Germany arrives at this competition as one of the favourites to win the title. Moreover, they are in one of the weakest Groups of the tournament, with Czech Republic, Denmark and Serbia.
Analyzing their performance so far, Germany has dominated most of its opponents, since they register 8 wins and 2 draws in the last 10 matches. It’s important to notice that Germany won all matches in which they opened up the score.

An interesting statistical data is that Horst Hrubesch’s team arrives at this competition with an average of 3 goals scored per match and only 0,5 conceded.
Probable Line-up: Marc-André ter Stegen; Julian Korb, Matthias Ginter, Robin Knoche, Christian Günter; Emre Can, Moritz Leitner, Serge Gnabry, Max Meyer, Leonardo Bittencourt; Kevin Volland.
Coach: Horst Hrubesch

Confirmed Lineup: M. ter Stegen, C. Günter, M. Ginter, R. Knoche, E. Can, M. Leitner, J. Korb, M. Meyer, A. Younes, K. Volland, P. Hofmann.
Coach: H. Hrubesch.

Analysis of Serbia U21

Serbia is a strong candidate to gain access to the next stage, but in the 2nd place of the group. However, they are to play a very important match against the hosts, Czech Republic. It’s important to notice that they have eliminated the current champions, Spain, in the playoffs.
In the last 10 matches before this competition, Serbia only lost 2 matches, against Italy and Cyprus. They have opened up the score in 70% of their matches and managed to hold on to the lead in 71% of them.
The statistical data indicate that Mladen Dodic’s team has scored an average of 2 goals per match and suffered an average of 1,1 goals. Therefore, 80% of their matches have ended with Over 2,5 goals.
Probable line-up: Marko Dmitrovic; Filip Stojkovic, Aleksandar Pantic, Lazar Cirkovic, Nemanja Pertrovic; Darko Brasanac, Aleksandar Kovacevic, Milos Jojic, Filip Djuricic, Luka Milunovic; Aleksnadar Pesic.
Coach: Mladen Dodic

Confirmed Lineup: M. Dmitrović, A. Pantić, N. Petrović, U. Spajić, F. Stojković, F. Đuričić, G. Čaušić, S. Srnić, D. Brašanac, M. Jojić, A. Pešić.
Coach: M. Dodić.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that there won’t be many goals in the first half. We believe it will be a balanced match, with goals chances for both teams, but we expect the second half to have the best goal opportunities, since 1st half will probably be played at a slower pace.

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Tips : Germany U21 vs Serbia U21


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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