Denmark vs France – Following the 2-0 Nations League triumph over Austria, Denmark, who won their previous game, will be hoping for a similar outcome.
In that game, Denmark enjoyed 53% of the possession and 6 of its 15 shots on goal were successful. Andreas Skov Olsen (37′) and Jonas Wind (21′) both scored goals for Denmark. Two of Austria’s nine attempts at goal were successful.
In their last six games, Kasper Hjulmand’s Denmark have scored a total of 11 goals. The total number of goals they have let up in those same games is 7. France and its supporters will be hoping for a better outcome this time after experiencing defeat last time out to Croatia in Nations League action.
France had 54% of the possession in that game and made 17 attempts on goal, four of which were successful. 3 of Croatia’s 4 goal attempts were successful. Croatia scored a goal in the fifth minute.
The statistics speak for themselves: France has allowed goals in 5 of their last 6 games, totaling 6 goals from their opponents. France can surely improve their defensive play.
Denmark vs France – Betting Analysis
Due to an injury-free roster, Kasper Hjulmand, the manager of Denmark, will be grateful to have no fitness issues at all going into this encounter. Didier Deschamps, the France manager, enters this match with no fitness concerns at all thanks to a fully healthy roster to choose from.
Here, we believe that Denmark may find it difficult to get past the defence of this France team, who should at the very least score one goal. As a result, we’re witnessing a fiercely contested match that ends with France winning 0–1 overall.