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Italy and Sweden face at the Andruv Stadium, in a match for the 1st round of Group B of the Under 21 European Championship.
The head to head history favours Italy, since the team registers 3 wins in the last 3 matches.
In the last match between these two teams, Italy won 2-3, with goals by Insigne, Florenzi and Immobile.

Analysis of Italy U21

Italy arrives at this match after a 0-1 loss, against Serbia. However, in the last official match, in October 2014, they won 3-1 against Slovakia, with goals by Bernardeschi, Belotti and Longo.
Their best moment is the last 15’ of the matches, in which they score the most goals. On the other hand, their worst period is the last 15’ before halftime.
In the last 10 matches they have opened up the score 7 times and were in advantage at halftime in 4 matches. They also usually come back from negative results, since they managed to turn the score around in 2 of the 3 matches in which they conceded the first goal of the match.

Confirmed Lineup: F. Bardi, D. Rugani, M. Bianchetti, D. Zappacosta, S. Sabelli, C. Battocchio, D. Baselli, S. Sturaro, F. Viviani, A. Belotti, D. Berardi.
Coach: L. Di Biagio.

Analysis of Sweden U21

Sweden arrives at this match after a 2-2 draw against Denmark, in a friendly match. However, they have won 4 of the last 5 matches, including a 0-6 against Norway.
An interesting statistical data is that none of their last 10 away matches have ended first half with no goals, which is proof that they prefer to play open matches from the beginning of the match.
Their worst period is the last 15’ of the match, in which they suffer the most goals. It’s also important to notice that 8 of the last 10 matches have ended with Over 2,5 Goals.

Confirmed Lineup: P. Carlgren, J. Baffo, A. Milosevic, F. Helander, L. Augustinsson, A. Khalili, O. Lewicki, O. Hiljemark, J. Guidetti, S. Larsson, I. Thelin.
Coach: H. Ericsson.

Betting suggestion:

The most likely scenario for this match is that there will be a few goals. In this youth teams’ matches it is usual for the players to prefer offense over defensive strategies. Players like to show off, so they apply themselves more in offensive play than in defensive tasks and usually keep a high pace, even when it is clearly not necessary.

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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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