Match Time：6/21/2017 02:45 Wednesday (GMT+8)
Nowgoal Pick: Portugal U21 0.5 @ 2.11.
Portugal U21: Twenty unbeaten games in a row ( Recent Form: W D W W W )
The Portuguese U21 national team has a successful history at European Championship finals, looks quite deceived when looking at the past performance. Never before could the success of the reigning A-Europameister the tournament of the under-21 and 23-year-old win. The final participation in 2015 has so far been the best result. Two years ago, the Portuguese lost the finals against Sweden only after penalty shoot-out, after they were in the semi-final Germany 5: 0. Well-known players from that time, who have already made the leap into the A team, are Raphael Guerreiro, Bernardo Silva or William Carvalho. The coach, however, remained the same with Rui Jorge. This year, the ex-professional again has a strong vintage that must be counted as an extended favorite. The fact that with Renato Sanches one of the best young professionals at the EURO 2016 in France in the opening match against Serbia came from the bank, one sees the enormous potential of the Portuguese. Even without the Bayern star it ran for the Portuguese properly. After 37 minutes the very agile Goncalo Guedes put the Rui Jorge-Elf in the lead. In the aftermath, the favorite played a little loosely, without however seriously getting into trouble. Only in the 88th game minutes Bruno Fernandes after the sugar pass of the now replaced Sanches for the 2-0 and the decision.
Spain U21: Ten straight unbeaten games before the game ( Recent Form: D D W W W )
The Spanish media is currently reporting on Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese world footballer, who just defended the Champions League title with Real Madrid just a few weeks ago, is reportedly just before his departure from the Spanish capital. According to reports, CR7 has already communicated its decision to the leaders of the Royal. The reason for this surprising change of meaning is the tax evasion accusations against him and the lack of appreciation of the Spaniards from his point of view. Should Ronaldo actually leave the club, the reigning Spanish champion seems to have already found his designated successor. His name is: Marco Asensio. Exactly here we are now stretching the bow to the Spanish U21 national team, because there the offensive player in the first match against Macedonia was so real. The Youngster scored three goals in the 5-0 win against the Underdog and showed their great talent especially in the 2-0.
NOWGOAL BETTING VERDICT:
After all, with Spain and Portugal on Tuesday evening two of the tournament favorites of the U21 European Championship in Poland are facing. On the first day, both teams were able to meet the high demands absolutely. Spain won 5-0 against Macedonia, while Portugal beat the high-handed Serbs 2-0. In the direct duel it is therefore almost already about the group victory, since it is not to be assumed that Macedonia or Serbia can still intervene in the fight for place one. The fact that the group win is elementally important in this final round, we have already indicated, since only the first surely makes the leap into the semi-finals. The odds are in favor of the Spaniards, but not as clearly as we would have expected. But there are good reasons for this, because on the one hand the Spanish defense despite the 5-0 against Macedonia did not always sit firmly. On the other hand, with Portugal, there is an opponent who will probably tackle the matter more defensively than the brave-naive Eastern Europeans in the first game. From this point of view, we tend to have a close match, in which the Spaniards will get problems despite the huge individual quality problems. Betting on the double chance 1X result in our eyes just as much as betting on the Under 2.5 at quite regular odds.
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