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Denmark vs England Prediction & Betting tips
The first international break in the still young – sometimes not even started – 2020/21 season will be concluded on Tuesday evening. There are several delicacies on the program, including the new edition of the 2018 World Cup final between France and Croatia. In this preview we focus on the game between Denmark and England.
Together with the underdog from Iceland and Belgium, these two teams are in Group 2 of Nations League A. The start on Saturday was completely contrary for the two opponents in Copenhagen. The Danes were beaten 2-0 by the Red Devils from Belgium, while England celebrated a happy 1-0 win in Reykjavik.
With another success, the Southgate-Elf could underpin their ambitions for another group victory in the Nations League. The game in Telia Park in Copenhagen starts on Tuesday evening at 19:45 p.m.
In our betting category Nations League you can not only find the parallel game between Belgium and Iceland, but also a preview including a recommendation for the remaining games.
The Danish national soccer team has had great success in the recent past and has a bright future ahead of it thanks to a relatively young team with some highly talented players. At the 2018 World Cup in Russia, the team only had to admit defeat to the eventual finalists Croatia wafer-thinly on penalties in the round of 16.
After four years in office, the Norwegian head coach Age Hareide’s contract was not renewed. A lack of success could by no means have been the cause. Under the leadership of the 66-year-old Norwegian, Denmark was not only able to secure promotion to Nations League A, but also sovereignly qualified for the European Championship, which was postponed to 2021. The former Mainz coach Kasper Hjulmand was presented as his successor.
Before the two games, the neo-coach gave two wins as the big goal. However, their debut did not go as they wanted and Denmark lost 2-0 at home against number one in the FIFA world rankings. Two inattentions on the defensive made the decision.
Denmark presented themselves with great commitment and bite over the entire game, but in the game forward no danger could be created. The offensive forces around Christian Eriksen, Youssuf Poulsen & Co. hardly appeared and only had one shot on goal in 90 minutes.
Belgium, on the other hand, presented itself coldly in the end and thus inflicted the first competitive defeat on Denmark since October 2016. According to current betting odds, the Hjulmand-Elf is also considered an outsider on Tuesday, because between Denmark and England four times the stake is promised for the tip on the home win in the event of success.
Convincing performances in the last months and years also apply to the Three Lions, who failed in the last soccer World Cup only in the semi-finals, celebrated the group victory in the first Nations League edition and also mastered the European Championship qualification with ease.
On Saturday afternoon, the revenge for the embarrassing defeat at the 2016 European Championships in France against Underdog Island was successful. The verb “succeeded” has to be taken more than literally, because the Southgate-Elf had to wait a long time, despite oppressive superiority, before they could cheer.
Outnumbered (Kyle Walker saw yellow and red after 70 minutes) England were given a generous hand penalty, which Raheem Sterling converted ice cold. In return, the referee showed his generosity again and after a slight Gomez push, a penalty was awarded to Iceland, which, however, was placed over the housing.
Since Gareth Southgate took over the Three Lions, not only have the results been impressive, but a change has been made. England has a very young team in which Harry Kane is one of the absolute veterans at the age of 27. The motherland of football has been waiting for a big title win since 1966, and the generation around Sancho, Sterling, Alexander-Arnold & Co. should put an end to this wait.
No fewer than 13 of the last 16 international matches have been won. Only against the Netherlands (on penalties) and against the Czech Republic did it lose. With this outstanding balance sheet between Denmark and England, the prognosis for the guests is obvious.
Denmark vs England head to head matches
05.03.14 FI England Denmark 1 : 0
09.02.11 FI Denmark England 1 : 2
17.08.05 FI Denmark England 4 : 1
16.11.03 FI England Denmark 2 : 3
15.06.02 WC Denmark England 0 : 3