With an extremely strong squad expected to be taken to Denmark, England fans will be expecting the English team to go far in the tournament, but Spain are deservedly favourites at 2.75 with online bookmaker BetClic.
The England U21’s have a wealth of top level experience even without the inclusion of Carroll and Wilshere their squad still boasts the likes of Danny Welbeck, Jack Rodwell and Daniel Sturridge who will all be expected to step up to the challenge and take England far in the tournament and they are still priced as second favourites with BetClic at 4.75 in spite of high profile exclusions.
Favourites Spain hold the same strength in depth with La Liga stars Bojan Krkic, Mata and De Gea expected to take to the field in their search for the European title, these sorts of players are the reason they have been placed as favourite at 2.75 with online bookmakers BetClic.com.
Meanwhile, the hosts themselves could be the dark horse of the competition with a very strong team including hot prospect Christian Eriksen who has been tipped for the top. The Ajax playmaker has boosted his nation’s chances, raising expectations and pricing them with BetClic at 8.00. On home soil and placed in the easier of the two groups they will fancy their chances of going far.
Odds on winner from BetClic:
Spain U21 2.75
England U21 4.75
Czech Republic U21 7.00
Denmark U21 8.00
Switzerland U21 10.00
Iceland U21 11.00
Ukraine U21 12.00
Belarus U21 20.00
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