* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
This article focuses on the Spain U21 vs Switzerland U21 betting tips for the match on July 01. Superbet Arena-Giulestii in Bucharest is the destination for this late kick-off quarter-final.
Spain U21 vs Switzerland U21 Prediction & Free Betting Tips
Spain finished unbeaten in the group stages after the 2-2 draw with Ukraine. Switzerland reached the quarter-finals despite the 4-1 humbling at the hands of France.
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Spain U21 win and over 2.5 goals
- Spain have been playing pretty well with no defeats in the stages
- Despite making a winning start to the group, Switzerland have since suffered back-to-back losses
- Confidence is quite poor within Switzerland and they go up against a goalscoring machine
Both teams to score – yes
- Switzerland might have suffered back-to-back losses but they have shown enough threat going forward with goals in all group matches
- Spain have not kept a clean sheet in consecutive games
- Switzerland have little to lose in this quarter-final game
Spain U21 vs Switzerland 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 Spain U21 and Switzerland U21. Now, let us take a look at the odds and probabilities for the game.
Spain U21 odds: 11/25 (1.44) – 69.4%
Draw odds: 31/10 (4.10) – 24.4%
Switzerland U21 odds: 6/1 (7.00) – 14.3%
Spain U21 along with over 2.5 goals is available at very good price. This can be backed at 103/100 (2.03) – 49.3%. One can also opt for both teams to score, which is at 20/23 (1.87) – 53.5%.
Prediction: Team News, Line-Ups, & Form
Spain have enjoyed plenty of success in this tournament over the years. The team have been able to reach the finals on five consecutive occasions. Now, they are only 17 game unbeaten run and the odds for Spain coming out successful in this tournament are quite short. Spain have been offensively great and the team will be without no injury or suspension issues.
Tenas, Gomez, Pacheco, Paredes, Miranda, Blanco, Baena, Sanchez, S. Gomez, Sancet, Ruiz
Switzerland might have begun the campaign with a lot of positivity but they team has since suffered a string of losses that have robbed the team of crucial confidence in the knockout stages. Switzerland have been defensively quite poor and this is likely to hurt them in the upcoming match. There are no injury concerns for the visitors.
Saipi, Blum, Amenda, Stergiou, Omeragic, Sohm, Jashari, Males, Ndoye, Imeri, Amdouni
Player to Watch: Abel Ruiz
Abel Ruiz has been a crucial goalscoring threat for the Spain in the tournament so far. After failing to get a goal in the first group match, the forward has come up with goals and back-to-back matches – including the late equaliser against Ukraine in the final group game.