Denmark v England Nations League Betting Tips
England look to improve on their close 1-0 win over Iceland as they head to Denmark on Tuesday. England will be without Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden for this one after the pair broke quarantine protocol, as well as missing Kyle Walker through suspension. For the latest football betting odds for the Nations League, make sure to bet online with Bet UK. You can also find live in-play betting odds during all matches. Head over to our promotions page for the latest free bets and offers available.
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All Denmark v England Betting Tips
Denmark’s Recent Form
Denmark started their Nations League campaign against Belgium on Saturday, arguably the hardest start they could have faced. Belgium were in control from the outset and hit the bar after just 7 minutes. They took the lead from a corner 2 minutes laters as Jason Denayer made a smart front post run to finish off a Dries Mertens corner. Denmark failed to break down their opponents, but still threatened Simon Mignolet from long range. As the game went on, Denmark tried to push for an equaliser, but were constantly open to the counter attack. After warnings from Romelu Lukaku, Dries Mertens finally made them pay after 77 minutes to end any hopes of a Denmark comeback. With just 1 shot on target throughout the match, it’s clear to see why Belgium didn’t struggle against the Danes. If they produce a similar performance against England, then it could easily be another scoreless outing for Denmark.
England’s Recent Form
England might have started their Nations League campaign with a win against Iceland, but they were far from their best. They did start strongly however, with Harry Kane having a goal disallowed after 5 minutes. Kane was ruled offside, but replays suggest the England striker timed his run perfectly and the goal should have stood. The Three Lions continued to push, but after the opening 20 minutes, it became a much more even contest. Iceland grew into the game and started to put pressure on Jordan Pickford. Much of the drama came in the last 20 minutes, starting with Kyle Walker’s dismissal after 2 yellow cards. Walker had clearly accepted his fate, and has since spoken about international retirement as he accepts his days are limited in the England set up. Back to the match, and there was finally some life in England as they were awarded an 88th minute penalty. Despite a poor effort, Raheem Sterling converted the spot kick to give England a late lead. But, Iceland won a penalty of their own just a minute later as they quickly shocked England. Birkir Bjranson stepped up to take the penalty, but saw his effort go high and wide of Pickford’s net and England held on for the 3 points. Despite a shaky last few minutes, England’s defence looked quite set and they have a solid platform to build on ahead of Denmark.
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Harry Kane to score anytime - Kane is England’s top scorer in this squad and should be guaranteed to start on Tuesday. After being wrongfully denied a goal against Iceland, he should be hungry to score.
Both Teams To Score: No - In the last 10 combined games for England and Denmark, both teams have scored just twice. A combination of strong defences for both sides should make this a tight game.
Over 9.5 Corners - Denmark’s last 5 games have averaged a total of 10.2 corners. With height across the pitch, it’s clear that Denmark aim to punish their opponents from set pieces.
With those 3 markets combined, we have a solid 13/1 Bet Builder ahead of tonight’s match. If you fancy backing this bet, click the button below to add it to your betslip. Or, you can check out the Bet Builder for yourself to choose your own bet.
How To Watch Denmark v England
Denmark v England will be shown live on Sky Sports 1 from 19:45 on Tuesday 8th September.
We’ve kept it simple for this week’s Headline Tip and are just backing England to win. At 27/25, it looks like good value for England to win against a Denmark side that they should better across the pitch. With Belgium in their group, it’s important for England to win all their matches against Denmark and Iceland, so expect Southgate to be hammering that point home.
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