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One more game this period, the internationals can show it in the Nations League. In the second group of Division A, England and Denmark meet in the beautiful Wembley Stadium in London. What can we expect?
After a nice series in the European Championship qualification at the end of 2019, the selection of Gareth Southgate was able to prepare for the Nations League. In a difficult group with Belgium, Denmark and Iceland, Three Lions must compete for the top position of group A2. However, there was not much to notice in the opening game. The fighting spirit did, however, when Kyle Walker picked up a red card in the game against Iceland and the job got even more difficult. In the 91st minute, England came past them thanks to a used penalty kick from Raheem Sterling. Iceland itself received a penalty three minutes later, but it was not effective. Although England was released against Iceland with a fright, this did not work in the game against Denmark. The match in Copenhagen ended scoreless and the best chances were for the Danes.
In a friendly game, Southgate’s B-side beat Wales 3-0 thanks to goals from Danny Ings, Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Conor Coady. Many talents were given the opportunity and the focus of the English national coach was therefore mainly on the encounter with Belgium. In that match, England started strong, but got behind thanks to a penalty. Romelu Lukaku hit the target mercilessly, but the English showed resilience. Through goals from Marcus Rashford and Mason Mount it turned the score around. That deficit did not exceed the number 1 of the FIFA world rankings and England took the lead in the group.
Denmark is currently number sixteen in the FIFA world rankings and that Kasper Hjulmand’s team can play well, it was especially evident in the European Championship qualification. In a group with Switzerland, Ireland, Georgia and Gibraltar, the Danes remained unbeaten for eight games and had little trouble qualifying for the European Championship next year. However, a group with England, Belgium and Iceland was not the ideal opportunity to extend that unbeaten series. In the first match against Belgium it went quite a chance with 0-2 loss. No goals were scored against the English, but Hjulmand could draw confidence from the number of opportunities created and the dominance of his team.
The Scandinavian country started this international period with a friendly game against the Faroe Islands. With Christian Eriksen, Kasper Schmeichel and Martin Braithwaite in the base, the number 107 of the FIFA world ranking was beaten 4-0 without any problems. The Danes did not have too many problems in the last game in the Nations League. The pressure from Denmark became too much for Iceland and goals from Robert Skov, Eriksen and an own goal from Runar Sigurjonsson were won 0-3. Hjulmand’s selection is now on four points, making it on a par with the leader in a victory over England.
England vs Denmark head to head matches
08.09.20 UNL Denmark England 0 : 0
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