Kick-off: 1945, 14/10/2020
TV: Sky Sports
England have put themselves in pole position to qualify from Nations League Group 2 and are not expected to slip up when hosting Denmark.
The Danes more than held their own when these teams drew 0-0 in Copenhagen last month, but the Three Lions should field a stronger line-up at Wembley.
We’re taking 19/10 for a home win to nil as our first England vs Denmark prediction.
A Look At England’s Betting Odds
England moved to the top of the table with seven points from three games after coming from behind to beat Belgium 2-1 on Sunday.
A Marcus Rashford penalty and Mason Mount’s deflected effort helped the Three Lions to edge out a team ranked No 1 in the FIFA ratings.
Gareth Southgate praised his young side and said: “I think you saw a top-level game where we were able to use the ball well, create chances.
“We had a 20-minute spell where we were getting caught with overloads, with one-twos down the side. Lots of quick decisions had to be made.
“But they rode through that and it is a brilliant experience for them to play against a top team – and to go and win it should give them a sense of what might be possible over the next few years.”
Harry Kane came on for the final third of the game and Southgate is hoping the minutes help him in a fight to be fit for this contest.
The Tottenham striker almost snatched a late victory in Copenhagen last month when rounding Kasper Schmeichel, only to see his shot cleared off the line.
This could be another tight tussle, so 3/1 for a home win and under 2.5 goals in the game appeals from the England vs Denmark odds.
A Look At Denmark’s Betting Odds
Kasper Dolberg, Christian Eriksen, Yussuf Poulsen and Martin Braithwaite all went close for Denmark against England at Telia Parken, so they can’t be underestimated.
Kasper Hjulmand’s side improved their points tally to four when winning 3-0 in Iceland over the weekend, with former Spurs star Eriksen among the scorers.
Hjulmand, who celebrated a first competitive victory as head coach, commented: “We showed that we have more quality and it’s a deserved win. It was a 100% performance from everybody.”
Eriksen has now scored 33 goals in 99 international appearances and will be determined to celebrate his 100th cap in style at this familiar venue.
However, England have the bit between their teeth and are always tough to break down on home turf.
Let’s finish off our England vs Denmark betting tips by taking 18/5 for the scores to be level at half-time and then the Three Lions to claim victory.
ENGLAND 2-1 Belgium – Marcus Rashford (pen), Mason Mount
Iceland 0-3 DENMARK – Runar Mar Sigurjonsson (og), Christian Eriksen, Robert Skov
Head-to-head: Denmark 0-0 England, England 1-0 Denmark, Denmark 1-2 England, Denmark 4-1 England, England 2-3 Denmark
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