Denmark will take on Austria at Parken Stadium on Monday evening, 13 June, in the fourth leg of the UEFA Nations League. The Scandinavians will rehabilitate themselves for the defeat they suffered three days ago. Full statistics and current odds for the match can be found at promo code for 1xbet registration.
The home team are last year’s Euros sensation. The Red and Whites made a splash at the tournament, reaching the semi-finals of the competition before conceding a vital goal to England. In their autumn World Cup qualifying group, Denmark skated over all their opponents, scoring 27 out of a possible 30 points. They scored 30 goals (more than any other national team), conceding only 3. The returning midfield leader Christian Eriksen is ready to delight the fans with his filigree assists.
Last Thursday, the side unexpectedly defeated France 1-2 in Paris in the first leg of the Nations League, thanks to a double from Andreas Cornelius, before beating Austria in Vienna with the same score. However, they lost in the third round to Croatia in Copenhagen 0-1.
The visitors made a good showing at last year’s Euros, clinching two quartet victories against Ukraine, the Netherlands and Macedonia. In the last eight, the Red-Whites fought hard against the eventual winners Italians, losing to the Scuadra Azzurra only in extra time. The Austrians were not too successful in qualifying for the Mundial, finishing only fourth with 16 points. However, the team had already qualified for the knockout stages thanks to winning the group in the Nations League.
The Red and White still failed to qualify for Qatar in March. In the play-offs, they lost away to Wales in the first round 2-1 and were left with nothing. Ralf Rangnick’s men sensationally thrashed the Croatians 0-3 in the first leg of the Nations League, then lost 1-2 to the Danes and then settled for a 1-1 draw with France.
They faced off against each other last week before the Danes took a 1-2 lead in Vienna.
Forecast for Denmark v Austria
The hosts are in great form and will try to rehabilitate in front of the home crowd for an unexpected fiasco in a match with the Croats, consolidating first place in the quartet. Christian Eriksen, who has returned to action after six months of treatment, is in charge of the attacks, assisted by Poulsen, Cornelius and Braithwaite. The Austrians took points from France a couple of days ago, but they did it against all the odds (they only took 5 shots on goal). The new coach is preparing the team for future cycles, and right now, the result is not really important. The Danes should confidently take 3 points.