Who will be crowned champion of the men’s handball tournament? We’re down to the final four and the semi-finals are destined to be full of drama and fast paced action. France are facing Germany in the first semi-final and the men in blue will be looking to go down in history yet again as they battle to win their third consecutive title. The second semi-final will see Denmark and Poland clash for a place in the final and there is no room for error at this stage of the tournament, as one mishap can easily give the game away. We’ll take a closer look at the remaining teams and the different ways you’ll be able to bet on the semi-finals of the men’s volleyball tournament.
Betting on the Semi-Finals
Betting on the handball semi-final is not limited to the ‘1X2’ betting option, which opens many doors if you’re unsure on which team to back. France are the clear favourites in their encounter against Germany with odds currently at 11/20 to make it through to the final. Germany are the underdogs against the defending champions with odds presently at 12/5. Betting on over 54.5 goals in the match is also worth considering as all France’s matches, except for one, have finished with 55 goals or more and odds for this happening in the semi-final against Germany are at 13/25 as they stand.
Poland, who barely made it out of the preliminary round by finishing fourth place with four points, are the underdogs in their semi-final against Denmark. Odds are currently at 29/10 for Poland to be guaranteed the silver medals but backing Denmark with a tenner will potentially get you £14.20. Denmark could potentially face France for the second time in a short period of time as they were drawn in the same group together. The first clash saw the blues triumph by a goal difference of three.
Denmark had all of their games, except for the clash against France, finish with a total of under 54.5 goals. This is important information when considering a bet on under 54.5 goals and odds currently stand at 27/20 for this happening against Poland.