An interesting game to bet on!




11/21 02:00



Wales U21 welcome Denmark U21 for this EURO 21 Qualification Group I clash at Rodney Parade in Newport early Tuesday morning Beijing time. Friends of football and us serious, profit-hungry bettors can expect a match of pretty good level by the under 21 international level here. Most importantly, we have yet another lucrative betting opportunity to win once again betting on this competition here! Most of my fans are probably aware by now that I never let the standings fool me! Wales currently top the standings with eight points to their account. They have taken two wins and played two draws in four games. However, they have had a lot of luck on their side! In their last game they defeated Iceland at home 1-0 as narrow favourites according to the bookies. However, the visitors had 58% ball possession and also recorded more shot off target, attacks (184-109) and dangerous attacks – 91-43. Both teams recorded six goal attempts. This match could easily have gone either way.. Before this they faced Czechia away from home and escaped with a 1-1 draw as clear underdogs - priced around 5.50 to win on the betting market. The Czechs had 58% ball possession and also recorded many more shots on target (13-6), shots off target, attacks and dangerous attacks – 68-45. According to a well-known and respected German website,, the Welsh squad has an estimated market value of only around five million euros! The visitors' players have an estimated market value of around 30 million. A huge difference that reflects the team' pure class very well here!

The Danes crushed Morocco 3-0 in their most recent game. It was a friendly game played at a neutral location. Before this they would have deserved a win away from home but it was a goalless draw. Denmark had had 68% ball possession and also recorded more goal attempts (8-4), shotts of target, attacks and dangerous attacks – 77-30. The hosts' M. Jurasek did receive a red card in the first half though. The Czechs did defend well and the visitors did lack some offensive creativity. They can improve a lot and the Welsh defense is not nearly as good as that of the Czechs. In the last qualification Denmark took 17 points and finished in second place in Group I. They lost the Promotion final to Croatia after penalties after two pretty balanced games. They are a much bigger football country than Wales as a whole and deserve to be very clear favourites here with a 63% chance of winning. The hosts were poor in the previous qualification and took only 11 points.