* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
The Italy U21 vs Norway U21 betting tips focus on the match at the Cluj Arena on June 28. Both teams are battling for a place in the quarter-finals of the Euro 2023 U21.
Italy U21 vs Norway U21 Prediction & Free Betting Tips
Italy boosted their qualification hopes with the 3-2 win over Switzerland in the recent match. Norway ended up losing 1-0 at the hands of France in the last group match.
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Italy U21 win
- Italy produced a magnificent performance to get a close win over Switzerland in the last match
- Norway are on the verge of an exit without winning a match after losing both games
- Norway U21’s last win over Italy was in 2005
Total goals over 2.5
- Norway have only picked up one goal in the tournament so far
- Italy have been spirited in front of goal with an average of two per game
- There have been more than 2.5 goals in both matches for Italy
Italy U21 vs Norway 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 Italy U21 and Norway U21. Now, let us take a look at the odds and probabilities for the game.
Italy U21 odds: 17/25 (1.68) – 59.5%
Draw odds: 51/20 (3.55) – 28.2%
Norway U21 odds: 37/10 (4.70) – 21.3%
Italy are strong favourites to get a win in this match and progress to the quarter-finals. The home win can be backed at 17/25 (1.68) – 59.5%. One can also opt for over 2.5 goals at 7/10 (1.70) – 58.8%.
Italy U21 vs Norway U21 Prediction: Team News, Line-Ups, & Form
The Italians are now firmly in a position to qualify for the quarter-finals after the disappointing opening loss against France. Italy will have one eye on the games against Switzerland There are no injuries for the hosts, and there may not be any major changes to the Italy U21 vs Norway U21 lineups as a result.
Carnesecchi, Bellanova, Pirola, Okoli, Parisi, Scalvini, Tonali, Rovella, Bove, Pellegri, Gnonto
Norway are now without a victory in six matches across all competitions. The team are on the verge of exit after losing both group matches. It would take a miracle for Norway to now qualify and advance to the knockout stages. Leif Gunnar Smerud comes into the match with no injury problems in the squad.
Klaesson, Daland, Sebulonsen, Hjelde, Heggheim, Hove, Kitolano, Bobb, Zafeiris, Botheim, Nusa
Player to Watch: Pietro Pellegri
Pietro Pellegri has been able to produce a decent performance in the first two matches of the tournament. He has already been on the scoresheet after getting the only goal for Italy in the loss against France. Despite not scoring in the win over Switzerland, Pietro Pellegri can be backed to come back to scoring ways.