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European Under-21 Championship Odds

Who wins the European Under-21 Championship 2021?

There is no odds at European Under-21 Championship 2021 yet, but we had collected odds at Euro 2021.

2021 UEFA European Under-21 Championship

This will be the 23rd edition of this competition hosted in both Hungary and Slovenia of summer 2021. The tournament will be played in two stages: the group stage, which will take place from the 24th March to the 31st of March, followed by the knockout stages on the 31st of May.

Spain are the current champions of the competition after beating Germany in the final of summer 2019, and they will once again be one of the favourites to win after having an impressive qualification. A team which posse the likes of Brahim Diaz of Real Madrid, Riqui Puig, Pedri, Juan Miranda, Carles Alena all have potential which could help them reach height they never imagined.

England’s Under 21 side will be even more of a favourite as they have a golden generation coming through its ranks. They have already qualified after topping their qualification group without losing a single game, and some of the talent in their side is already playing at a top level. Jude Bellingham is the creative man in the side, after signing for Borussia Dortmund in the summer, he managed to play lots of minutes during pre-season and has already featured in the league campaign. Eddie Nketiah has just become the England U-21 top goal scorer of all time, ahead of legend, Alan Shearer, highlighting furthermore the quality this side poses. Callum Hudson-Odoi regularly features in the side as well and the Chelsea youngster was recently turned down the option to join Bayern Munich for £70 million, because Chelsea did reject the bid. A goalkeeper who has already played a full season of Premier League football in Aaron Ramsdale, who now plays for Sheffield United in that division.

Netherlands have been really impressive during the qualification stage, winning all of their eight games played so far. Scoring 40 goals and only conceding 3 gives them a goal difference of 37, a huge margin helped by the quality throughout their side. In my opinion, Ryan Gravenberch is the greatest prospect in their ranks, a deep-lying playmaker who plays for Ajax at the age of 18. Fellow Dutch prospect, Joshua Zirkzee is a 19-year-old currently playing for Bayern Munich, having already played two Bundesliga games for the German giants.

Teams like Denmark and Switzerland cannot be underestimated as they also have had great campaigns of recent. Denmark have Dortmund youngster Jacob Brunn Larsen, a wide playmaker, capable of producing magic and a team full of players from FC Nordjaelland, a Danish club side, who have the lowest average squad age in Europe.

Its fair to say that anybody who makes it through to the tournament will have a chance to win the competition, as in recent times, the skill gap at this level really is miniscule and so anybody on their day could win.