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A glimpse into the Euro Under-21 Quarter-finals

Exciting Euro Under-21 Quarter-Finals predictions: who will advance to the semis?

Published on 30 Jun 2023

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Welcome to the exciting talent showdown in the Euro Under-21 Quarterfinals, ladies and gentlemen! The much-awaited contest has entered the elimination round, beginning with the quarterfinals. The Euro Under-21 Championship quarterfinal stage is the crucible where aspirations will be dashed, and dreams will be realized in this gripping chapter. The steadfast resolve of these young warriors, the strategic struggles between the coaches, and the unwavering desire to win will be on full show, capturing the attention of football fans worldwide. So buckle up and prepare for an incredible trip through the quarterfinals of the Euro U21 tournament. Be ready to witness some of the most thrilling football abilities displayed by the brightest prospects in Europe.

The UEFA European U21 Championship Quarter Finals fixtures

Saturday, July 1, 2023

  • Georgia Vs Israel
  • Spain Vs Switzerland

Sunday, July 2, 2023

  • England Vs Portugal
  • France Vs Ukraine


  • Paichadze Stadium, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Giulești Stadium, Bucharest, Romania
  • Shengelia Arena, Kutaisi, Georgia
  • Cluj Arena, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

The first game for each day is played at 19:00 Romania time which is 20:00 Georgian time; meanwhile, the second game starts at 22:00 Romania time and 23:00 Georgian time.

Overview of the European Championship U21 football tournament

Here we will look at how these eight teams booked their spots in the knockout round, from the group stage to the quarterfinals.

Georgia: Georgia should be proud to have made it this far. They have backed up their qualification despite being the host country. Not only surviving but winning a group with European giants such as Portugal, Belgium, and Netherlands is an incredible feat for one-half of the host nations. Georgia recorded a win and two draws to secure their spot in the quarterfinals.

Spain: Spain is never found lacking in European competitions, and they are here to show their dominance once again. Alongside Italy, they have won the most titles in this competition (5) and show no signs of slowing down. Despite not entering this competition with their best available players, they have done incredibly to win their group with 7 points. They recorded two wins and a draw in the group stage.

England: It’s difficult not to hop on England’s bandwagon as the favorite to win this competition. They won all their group games, claiming nine out of possible nine points without conceding a goal. The English team is simply beautiful to watch, especially with the quality of the players they possess. They share the 100% record in the tournament with France.

Israel: Israel is another surprise name that has made it to the quarterfinals. They were in the same group as England, and they managed to qualify as the second-placed team with four points. They finished with one win, a draw, and a loss.

Ukraine: Ukraine finished behind Spain in Group B only by goal difference. They have been impressive in this competition, and they are yet to field one of their best talents in Mykhailo Mudryk due to injury is remarkable. Ukraine won two and played out a draw against Spain to finish second on level points with Spain.

Portugal: Portugal has been somewhat disappointing in this competition. They barely made it out of the group stage with their abysmal performance, which saw them finish second in group A behind Georgia. They won, drew, and lost one to amass four points out of a possible nine.

France: France is the second team with the best record in this competition. Like England, they have a 100% record in this competition. They have a decent squad, not necessarily superstars, but their team cohesion has led them to the very top.

Switzerland: Switzerland needed help to qualify for the knockout round. They finished with three points in the group stage: one win, a draw, and a loss. Although they finished level terms with the other countries in their group, they qualified after assessing the tiebreaker criteria.

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Predictions for the Youth UEFA U21 Championship Quarterfinals

FBR analysts and the leading bookmaker MostBet have joined forces to provide fans with incredible betting opportunities on these matches. We have prepared high odds for you to get the most out of successful predictions.

Georgia Vs Israel 

Georgia has been a revelation in this tournament. Considering that they survived such a competitive group, they should ease past Israel, who have yet to be properly tested in this tournament. Georgia is tipped to win this game.

Pick: Georgia to win

Odds: 2.35

Spain Vs Switzerland

Spain is, without a doubt, the favorite in this matchup. Switzerland barely qualified for the knockout phase, and they are no match for the incredible Spain team. This game has the Spanish team’s dominance written all over it.

Pick: Spain to win

Odds: 1.57

England Vs Portugal

This is an exciting matchup. England is the tournament favorite, especially with the flair and precision they are playing with. However, Portugal has been disappointing in this tournament, and this will be their only chance to prove themselves. However, England is the obvious favorite.

Pick: England to win

Odds: 1.95

France Vs Ukraine

France has a 100% record in this tournament, and Ukraine is a huge threat to that. Ukraine has played with so much confidence in this competition, and they are not intimidated by the French Nationale. This will be a very close game, with Ukraine backed to pull the upset.

Pick: France to win

Odds: 1.58

The Euro Under-21 Quarter-Finals have set the stage for intense and thrilling matches. In the quarter-final stage, the stakes increase as the teams battle for a spot in the semi-finals and edge closer to claiming the prestigious Euro Under-21 title. Follow FBR for more news and predictions on the U21 Euros.

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