England vs Denmark prediction for Today 14/10/2020
In a pretty balanced match that England played against Belgium in the third round of the UEFA Nations League, they justified the role of the slight favorite and recorded a home victory with a 2:1 result.
The visitors from Belgium took the lead first in this clash from the penalty in the 16th minute, but the hosts responded in the 39th from the same situation over Rashford. In the continuation of the match, the home side was visibly more aggressive, despite having a ball possession disadvantage, and with the goal in the 65th over Mount, set the final score in this encounter.
In a group with Belgium, Denmark, and Iceland, the English are positioned at the leading spot, having seven points out of three matches.
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England team news
The home side will miss midfielder Foden (1/0, Man City), forwards Sterling (58/13, Man City), compared to the previous call-up. Defenders Trippier (23/1, Atletico Madrid) and Chilwell (11/0, Chelsea) are added to this list.
The Danish did what was expected of them in their latest match in the Nations League campaign against Iceland, as they recorded a routine 0:3 victory, playing as a visiting team.
The guests had complete control over the encounter and took the lead first just before the halftime when the hosts had the misfortune of scoring an own goal. As the match progressed, the home side tried on several occasions to be dangerous, but their attack wasn’t nearly as sharp enough as the visitors, who scored another two in the 46th over Ericsen and in the 61st via Skov and deservedly record their first victory in the campaign.
Denmark is currently in 3rd place in the group, having four points out of three matches played
Denmark team news
Goalkeeper Ronnow (7/0, Schalke), defenders Pedersen (1/0, Birmingham), Andersen (1/0, Fulham), midfielders Norgaard (1/0, Brentford), Falk (2/0, Copenhagen), forwards Skov Olsen (2/1, Bologna) and Cornelius (27/5, Parma) aren’t into the team this time.
Way better, especially at home
The English are coming to this clash with their morale boosted, as they defeated one of the best nations in the world in their latest clash. The moral isn’t lacking on the other side too, but I don’t think that the Danish can be competitive enough against the English in this one. The quality gap is too obvious, and I am seeing the home side taking victory here, without really major difficulties.
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