* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
The England U21 vs Portugal U21 betting tips provided in this article will focus on the game on July 2nd. Ramaz Shengelias Sakhelobis Stadioni in Kutaisi is the location for this game.
England U21 vs Portugal U21 Prediction & Free Betting Tips
England continued their spectacular performance in the Euro U21 with a 2-0 win over Germany. Portugal picked up a 2-1 success over Belgium to register the first win of the group.
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England U21 win
- Portugal required a last gasp penalty to get the better of Belgium and reach the quarter-finals
- England have been substantially better than the rest of the teams in the group
- The Three Lions have a lot of strength across the pitch and they are also playing extremely well
Both teams to score – yes
- Portugal failed to score against Georgia in the opening group match but they have showed a lot of fighting spirit since then
- England are yet to concede a goal in the group stages but nervousness among the players is likely to result in a goal
- England have not kept a clean sheet against Portugal since 2010
England U21 vs Portugal U21 Odds, H2H Stats, and Recent Form
Here are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.
These may be some of the best stats regarding the upcoming match between England U21 and Portugal U21. Now, let us take a look at the odds and probabilities for the game.
England U21 odds: 89/100 (1.89) – 52.9%
Draw odds: 9/4 (3.25) – 30.8%
Portugal U21 odds: 29/10 (3.90) – 25.6%
England U21 can be backed for a victory in the game with the team playing extremely well in the tournament so far. This choice is at 89/100 (1.89) – 52.9%. One can also go with both teams to score, which is at 8/11 (1.72) – 57.9%.
England U21 vs Portugal U21 Prediction: Team News, Line-Ups, & Form
England had the luxury of hosting a number of players and also experimenting with lineups in the last match. The team will be fully fresh for the upcoming quarter-finals. England, though, have not been in the quarter-finals often and this is only their second appearance in the recent seven editions.
Trafford, Garner, Colwill, Harwood-Bellis, Aarons, Madueke, Gomes, Jones, Smith Rowe, Gordon, Gibbs-White
Portugal were able to reach the quarter-finals with not much left of the tanks, as the last gasp winner over Belgium continues to see the team struggled to make a big impact. Portugal, though, to have a history of featuring in the latter stages of this competition.
Biai, Carlos, Amaro, Penetra, Tavares, Costa, Neves, Dantas, Conceicao, Neto, Silva