For Sunday’s Confederations Cup and U21 European Championships accumulator, we have selected three games which could land you odds of 14/3 if successful.
You could turn £20 into £115 should our latest bet come through. So which sides have we backed?
Portugal vs Mexico
Portugal lock horns with Mexico at the Kazan Arena in Group A of the Confederations Cup on Sunday afternoon, and are favourites to come out on top given their fine form of late.
Fernando Santos’ Portugal side are coming off the back of six wins from their last seven internationals in all competitions, scoring 28 goals for their troubles. Portugal have kept clean sheets in their last two outings and should have enough to dispatch of Mexico. A win on Sunday could see them go top of Group A.
Juan Carlos Osorio’s Mexico side are no slouches, however, having won five of their last seven games in 2017. The South Americans have failed to win against Croatia and the United States since May so Portugal might find their opposition have a chink in their armour.
Germany U21 vs Czech Republic U21
Germany U21 square off with Czech Republic U21 at the Stadion Miejski Tychach in Group C of the U21 European Championships, and are favourites to pick up all three points with four wins from their last six internationals in all competitions.
Horst Hrubesch’s side have conceded just three goals in their last five games and will fancy their chances against a Czech Republic outfit struggling for form on the road. Victory for Germany should put them top of the group and in pole position to qualify for the next round.
Vítězslav Lavička’s Czech Republic side have won three of their last four games in all competitions but have lost two of their previous three away outings. Such poor form on the road could see Germany capitalise, and William Hill are giving odds of 8/13 for Germany U21s to win against Czech Republic U21s.
Denmark U21 vs Italy U21
Denmark U21 and Italy U21 lock horns at the Marszałek Piłsudski Stadium in Group C of the U21 European Championships this weekend, in a game that could see Italy taking all three points to go top of the table.
Luigi Di Biagio’s Italy U21 side are coming off the back of one win and one draw from their last three games in all competitions, having only lost to stellar sides such as Spain, England and France in the last 18 months.
And although Niels Frederiksen’s Denmark side have won four of their last five games, they were held by Italy the last time the two sides met and may well come unstuck as a result.
Given Denmark have failed to beat the likes of South Korea, Iraq and Nigeria in the last 12 months, William Hill are giving odds of 13/20 for Italy U21s to win against Denmark U21s.
Sunday’s Confederations Cup and U21 European Championships accumulator could land you odds of 14/3 with Ladbrokes if successful, meaning you could turn £20 into £115 should our latest bet come through.