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Denmark U21 VS Austria U21, an interesting game

UEFA U21Denmark U21 VS Austria U21, an interesting game

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Posted Thu, 20 Jun 2019 08:53:44 GMT        

Match Time:6/21/2019 00:30 Friday(GMT+8)

UEFA European U-21 Football Championship---Denmark U21 VS Austria U21

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Denmark U21: Four straight defeats ( Recent Form: W L L L L )

The bottom line was the Danes on the first day of the deserved 1: 3 defeat against tournament co-favorite Germany a disappointing performance. Nevertheless, a young offensive player, Robert Skov, used the big international stage to make a lasting impression on himself. The 23-year-old man from FC Copenhagen has become the sole entertainer in the Northern European offensive for long stretches, leaving a lasting impression. That the honorary gate also went to the account of one of the greatest Danish talents of the recent past, was therefore not a big surprise. Skov, who celebrated his debut in the senior national team just before the start of the European Championship (10.06.2019), scored an outstanding 32 goals in 48 competitive games for his club from the capital and was also the most successful scorer in the Under-21 European Under-21 Championship. year. No wonder then that one or the other European top club has already reached out the feelers for the powerful speed dribbler. In the run-up to the match Austria vs. Denmark, we would keep in this regard the odds for another goal success of the best Danes in mind. Bet365 wins the payout of 3.4 times, should Robert Skov mark his second tournament goal. In general, "Danish Dynamite" is already under pressure before the penultimate group match. If the Scandinavians still dream of the semifinals and the associated Olympic ticket, a threesome against Team Austria is without alternative. The belief in it alone seems to have been lost in the past few days and weeks.


Austria U21: Two impressive wins ( Recent Form: W D L W W )

With all justifiable joy over the 2-0 kick-off success of the Austrian Under-21 national team against Serbia, dominated after the final whistle worry about Hannes Wolf. The 20-year-old midfielder put his team in the lead after 37 minutes, but had to be substituted in the second half due to injury. In a bad entry of Vukasin Jovanovic, for the übermotivierte Serb saw the red card, the New Wolf Wolf broke the right outer malleolus and will have to pause at least half a year. That the following free kick was directly transformed by the player of the game Sascha Horvath for 2-0 final score, thus came almost to the marginal note. Coach Werner Gregoritsch announced after the match in an extremely emotional way, that the team will dedicate future success in this tournament to the seriously injured hopefuls from Salzburg. Although it sounds a bit masochistic, football history has often seen such a shock, combined with the long-term loss of a key player, bring a team together and release new forces. Consequently, we would not necessarily exclude a hint on the second success of the European Championship debutants between Austria and Denmark. Already in the run-up to this final round in Italy & San Marino it became apparent that the Austrian U21 selection must be expected. The Gregoritsch-Elf won the last test match before the start of the tournament, for example, 3-1 against the French, who at the start of this European Championship, after all, retained the upper hand against tournament favorites England (2-1). Although the Danish team boss Niels Frederiksen particularly highlights the stable and physically solid defensive of the Ösis, it would be fatal to set the strengths exclusively in the defense.



After all, we join in the trend of the first matchday and again expect some goals. In five of the first six encounters fell more than 2.5 goals. The rigorous mode and the fact that only the three group winners and the second best reach the semi-finals even increases the likelihood that, for example, the Danes will have to put more pressure on the front and at the same time give room to the back.


Denmark U21 VS Austria U21

O/U Pick: Over 2.5 Goals

Denmark U21 VS Austria U21, an interesting game

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