The Euro Under 21 Championship will run from the 16th to the 30th of June and we take a look at some of the favourites to lift the trophy from our betting site. Bet on the Euros Under 21 Championship here.
England Under 21
England U21s are in preparation for this summer’s Euro Finals, with their the competition kicking-off later in June. The talent in the side is apparent and no wonder our website has them as the hot favourites to lift the trophy. They might not have won two of their last five outings but they have failed to win in three of their last ten altogether. With players such as Phil Foden in their ranks, it is easy to understand why they are favourites. You can back the England U21s to win the Euro championship by following the link provided.
Spain Under 21
Spain U21 is yet another exciting prospect and we make them the second most likely to conquer Europe in their category. Their record over the last few months is simply incredible as they have only failed to win in two of their last 15 outings. You could argue that they are the best form side heading into tournaments but they will have to fight it out with the big boys to be crowned Champions.
France Under 21
France Under 21 are next in line though they have not had a very good run in recent outings. They managed to win only one match from their last five fixtures whilst they drew three and lost one. You could argue that this was a slip because prior to that they had been on a good run of wins and they will be hoping to regain their form in the tournament. They are a quality side capable of challenging any of the top two and that is why they are fancied to win the tournament.
Germany Under 21
Next on our list of impressive youngsters is Germany U21. They have been placed to win the tournament as outrights at odds of 5.75. To their defence, they have only lost one of their last five games and managed at least two goals per game in the process. They have shown that they are capable of scoring goals and that should be a huge plus for them seeing that they have also been solid in defense.
Italy Under 21
Finally, to complete our list of outright favourites are the Azzurri Under 21. Just like the French, they come into this tournament following a poor run of form. Theirs has been a mixed campaign but they have some brilliant individuals who should be able to give them the backbone to compete. Moise Keane is definitely a world-class talent and he has been an integral part of this side. On his day they can always expect him to score the goals.