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Germany reached the semi-finals of the U21 European Championship[/b]

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    Germany reached the semi-finals of the U21 European Championship
    Austria are generously priced to beat Denmark while Germany should win free prediction an entertaining affair against Serbia in Thursday's U21 action, says Jamie Pacheco…

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    Denmark U21 v Austria U21

    Thursday June 20, 17:30

    Live on Sky Sports Football

    Austria can replicate opening match win
    Denmark can have few complaints about their 3-1 defeat to Germany on Monday night. Not only was the margin of their defeat a substantial one (3-1) but they were also behind in just about every other metric: possession, shots on goal and corners.

    At one stage they were actually 3-0 down, pulling a soccer tip forum back late in the game from the penalty spot, courtesy of Copenhagen winger Robert Skov.

    In truth, there was no disgrace in that defeat. Germany have been slightly under-rated coming into this competition and those who got the 11/2 that they'd defend their title must be wondering what they did lớn deserve such generosity from the odds-compilers. That's scant consolation for Denmark, though.

    Like every other team who lost their first game, they know they're drinking in last-chance saloon.

    Austria on the other hand will be full of confidence. Serbia carried plenty of people's 'dark horse' tag so to beat them comprehensively was a pretty good effort. It was no fluke, either. Vukasin Jovanovic's sending off obviously helped matters no end but by that stage (the 75th minute) they were already 1-0 up and playing the better football. Their second goal was no more than they deserved.

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    This has been an unpredictable tournament in terms of results but one constant feature has been that of plenty of matches having a wrong pre-match favourite, based on all the info we have about the two teams.

    This game is another example of that. Austria's win over Serbia made it just one defeat in eight for them, that one loss coming in a friendly away in Spain. Not only did they end their qualifying campaign in style but in friendlies after it they also beat this tournament's favourites in France and drew 0-0 in Italy.

    As often happens in U21 games, there's little in the way of recent results to see how they've fared against each other in the past, their last meeting in a competitive match coming back in 1992.

    Austria are in fine form, played well in that first game and will be feeling good about life. They really shouldn't be 7/4 underdogs here, so bet accordingly.
     
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