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So far, we've seen just two draws in the U21 Euro 2015 and that leaves us with all to play for in the final round of the group stages, as every single team still has a chance to qualify for the play-offs. Of course, the chances are not particularly balanced and it would be a massive shock to see Germany not qualifying, but it's pretty much open aside from that.

The fact that the Germans don't necessarily need to win against the Czechs in order to qualify should probably put you off backing them at odds as short as 1.70 with Bet365, especially after the hosts crushed Serbia in a stunning fashion on Saturday, scoring four and conceding none. Denmark will be looking to repeat that result against the Serbs on Tuesday, as a win will give the Danes a ticket for the play-offs. After seeing them play decently in both matches so far, the 2.41 that Pinnacle are offering for their win might actually be worth considering.

On Wednesday, all pressure will be on the Italians, who need a win against England in order to stay in the U21 European Championship, but even that might not be enough depending on how the match between Sweden and Portugal goes. That match could actually be the highlight of the final round of the group stages, as both teams play with a lot of flair. The guys from Portugal might be a bit more creative than the Swedes, who play straightforward attacking football, but England found themselves under a lot of pressure on Sunday before finding a miraculous win five minutes before the end of the match, so you just know that there will be a lot on offer in that one.  Portugal are the 1.81 favourites with Pinnacle, while the Swedes are yet again priced above 4.00 - at 4.50 to be exact - at Bet365.