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Scotland vs Denmark: Hampden draw has value appeal

Kick-off: 1945, 15/11/2021

Stadium: Hampden Park

TV: Sky Sports

Scotland have already wrapped up second spot in World Cup Group F ahead of facing runaway leaders Denmark but will be keen to finish on a high.

Steve Clarke’s side have rattled off five straight wins in this pool since September’s 2-0 loss to the Danes in Copenhagen.

In our Scotland vs Denmark betting tips, we reckon the hosts can at least maintain some of their momentum by earning a draw at 11/5.

Scotland’s Odds

Having reached Euro 2020 via the play-offs, Scotland will be hoping to qualify for Qatar 2022 in the same manner after Friday’s 2-0 away win over Moldova.

Nathan Patterson and Che Adams netted on another memorable night in Chisinau, with Craig Gordon saving an 82nd-minute penalty.

That result also gave us a trio of successful selections in our match preview, including a 9/2 correct score pay-out.

Midfielder Callum McGregor said: “The few big results we have got recently have really kicked the team on in terms of the confidence to go into these games and be able to perform.

“The one thing we do know about this group of players is they can handle the pressure.”

Steve Clarke’s side do still have plenty of motivation to do well here, though, with a home play-off semi-final up for grabs for the teams with the best records.

“That’s been stressed to us this week,” McGregor added. “In terms of the route through, we know we need something on Monday night as well.”

We feel 17/5 for the scores to be level at half-time and full-time is another solid Scotland vs Denmark prediction.

Denmark’s Odds

Denmark represent formidable foes after reaching the Euro 2020 semi-finals and powering to nine consecutive victories in this pool.

Kasper Hjulmand’s side have impressively scored 30 goals and conceded just one in putting together the only 100 per cent qualifying record in the UEFA section.

However, Kasper Schmeichel was finally beaten for the first time in a slightly sloppy 3-1 home win over Faroe Islands.

Hjulmand made the full five substitutions available to him on Friday night and could well shuffle his pack in Glasgow.

Looking at the Scotland vs Denmark odds, let’s go for a 1-1 stalemate at 21/4.

Additional stats

Last result:

Moldova 0-2 SCOTLAND – Nathan Patterson, Che Adams

DENMARK 3-1 Faroe Islands – Andreas Skov Olsen, Jacob Bruun Larsen, Joakim Maehle

Head-to-head: Denmark 2-0 Scotland, Scotland 1-0 Denmark, Scotland 2-1 Denmark, Denmark 1-0 Scotland

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