Denmark has not won in the last two matches, but whether the hosts’ unsuccessful streak will last on September 8 in a duel with England – you will find the answer in the forecast. Three points to the favorite?
The national team of Denmark in the last draw of the League of Nations played in League “B” and was successful there – Wales and Ireland were in the same group. Quite easily, the Danes took the first place, without suffering a single defeat and ahead of the second Wales by two points, thus increasing in the class.
In qualifying for the European Championship, the team of Age Hareide also played stably – despite the fact that they lost the first line to Switzerland, they confidently booked the second place. In eight qualifying matches, Denmark has not suffered a single defeat, gaining 16 points and only one point behind Switzerland.
In the first round of the League of Nations, the Danes could not oppose anything to Belgium – at home they lost with a score of 0: 2 to the favorite, thus ending up in last place in the group.
The England national team in the last draw of the League of Nations relied on victory – in the group Gareth Southgate’s team ended up with Spain and Croatia, from where they emerged victorious. However, it did not work out as confidently in the playoffs – already in the semifinals the British lost to the Netherlands, and in the match for third place they were stronger than Switzerland in the penalty shootout.
The British had no problems in qualifying for the European Championship – the Czech Republic, Kosovo, Bulgaria and Montenegro were unable to resist. The British finished first with seven victories in eight matches – the second Czech Republic had six points less.
The duel with Iceland in the first round of the League of Nations turned out to be very ambiguous – the Icelanders had serious personnel losses and were considered an obvious outsider of the match, but gave battle. England won with a 11-meter shot from Raheem Sterling, but can hardly be satisfied with their performance.
In addition to the disqualified Kyle Walker, Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden will miss the match , the players grossly violated quarantine measures.
No more than three goals have been scored in any of the last two matches between clubs
Denmark conceded in only one of their last four home games
England have conceded in none of their last three away matches
The Danish national team lost to Belgium in the first round and will probably strive to play better today – a defeat in the second match in a row will practically deprive the Danes of their chances for the first line. Obviously, the hosts will focus on defense, where they generally look very solid – of their last four rivals, only Belgium was able to score.
England does not show outstanding football yet, the British are unlikely to open up much, but they will probably take points, in the class they have a serious advantage.
In our opinion, the guests will take points in a bitter struggle. We offer a combined forecast – England will not lose + total under 3.5 goals . In BC Winline, this outcome is offered with odds of 1.80