Norway U21 vs Switzerland U21 Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips 22/06/2023

Odds and Top Predictions for Norway U21 vs Switzerland U21

Norway and Switzerland U21 teams have played some exciting matches over the years, and they are both vying to qualify for the quarterfinals stage.

Both Teams to Score

  • The last four times these sides met, both teams scored a goal
  • Norway only had one BTTS match from their past five games
  • Switzerland is on a six-match streak of matches when both teams get on the scoresheet


  • Norway is without a win in 2023
  • Switzerland has won twice in the last five outings
  • Historically, Norway and Switzerland met six times, there was only one draw played

Statistics and Latest Market Odds for Norway U21 vs Switzerland U21 prediction

These are the top stats for the game along with a tool to help you pick the best odds.

How did they perform:

Norway U21's last five matches: WLLDD

Switzerland U21's last five matches: WLLWL

We are taking a look at how the bookmakers see the odds for the match in question:

Norway U21 odds: 6/4 (2.50) – 40%

Draw odds: 9/4 (3.25) – 30.8%

Switzerland U21 odds: 8/5 (2.60) – 38.5%

The bookies didn't give much leverage regarding Norway U21 vs Switzerland U21 odds, and the Norwegians are the expected winner, but only by a slight margin. The bookmakers believe that there is little which would separate the two sides and we are in for a close encounter, especially when we look at both teams' form this year. There are plenty of options to choose from concerning this Norway U21 vs Switzerland U21 game, and you can check some of those potential outcomes on our football predictions today page. Over 3.5 Goals will bring your odds up to 3/1 (3.00) – 33.3% and looking for Both Teams to Score during the opening 45 minutes of play will give you a value of 10/3 (4.33) – 23.1%.

Norway U21 vs Switzerland U21 Lineups, Team News, and Match Preview

Norway U21

Norway doesn't have a history of consistently qualifying for the U21 European Championships, but the two times they have managed to put themselves in that situation, they went all the way to the semifinals, the last time it happened was in 2013.

Possible lineup: Klaesson, Daland, Rosler, Sebulonsen, Kamanzi, Bobb, Kitolano, Ceide, Solbakken, Botheim, Nusa.

Switzerland U21

This will be the fifth appearance at U21 EUROs for Switzerland, their best performance came in 2011 when they lost in the final. The Swiss haven't performed well this year while preparing for the tournament, in three matches played, they only won once.

Possible lineup: Keller, Amenda, Blum, Omeragic, Stergiou, Imeri, Krasniqi, Rieder, Sohm, Amdouni, Stojilkovic.

Player to Watch: Erik Botheim

The captain of Norway's U21 team has been playing consistently for Serie A side Salernitana this season participating in 28 games, but he hasn't scored a lot of goals, only one to be exact while also delivering three assists. Botheim, on the other side, played on a quarter of all the available minutes, so there weren't many chances for him to shine.

Botheim was developed at one of Norwegian's minnows, FC Lyn, but as his talent was noticed by Rosenborg's scouts, he moved to one of the best teams in the country. Later on, he proved himself for Bodo Glimt before being sold to Russia and last year arrived in Serie A. Botheim has played in every youth category for his country's national teams, and has scored two goals in 14 appearances for the U21 side.

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