*All odds are correct at the time of writing but are also subject to change, so double-check them.
World Cup Tips for Australia vs Denmark
Australia managed to qualify because they won all of their World Cup qualifying game with no exception. Denmark on the other hand, qualified by winning 90% of their World Cup qualification games. The key difference between both experiences is the quality of the players involved in each group.
Denmark to Win
Comparing the two teams’ histories in the World Cup, we determined that Australia's one advancement past the group stage isn't very impressive compared to Denmark's best performance, which was getting to the quarter-finals in 1998. Their first appearance in the World Cup was also memorable because they won all of their group stage games, but were knocked out in the next stage. Denmark also holds the advantage in the head-to-head department when it comes to playing against Australia, so they also have that going for them.
Christian Eriksen to Score
Christian Eriksen is one of Denmark's best players of all time, and since he is better now, which he showed against France in the latest international friendly he played against them in September. He has 115 caps and has scored 38 goals in total. He is definitely someone to watch out for, even at a later stage of the tournament (if Denmark manages to qualify to a later stage).
Head-to-Head Scores for Australia vs Denmark
In this section, you can check out the most recent odds and statistics for both teams before their game:
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1 - 1 4 - 1 0 - 2 1 - 0 0 (5) - 0 (4) 0 - 0 2 - 0 2 - 1 2 - 0 0 - 1
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Will Denmark Beat Australia to Claim 3 Points?
Australia isn't very well-known for soccer, but they managed to qualify for six World Cups over the years. We don't think they will be fair against Denmark and neither do the bookmakers. There are a couple of players you should watch out for from Australia's national team – Jackson Irvine who most Scottish football fans should have heard of, Aaron Mooy, and Matthew Leckie. The better question you should be asking yourself is which of the Aussie players can get past Kasper Schmeichel to score a goal if any?
Denmark's Christian Eriksen is going to be one of the main attractions in this World Cup, but as a whole Denmark is in a better position compared to Australia and they have a slight advantage against this particular team because they won half of the games played against Australia in the past back in 2007 and 2012. Their most recent fixture together ended in a draw, so Australia really hasn't been playing well against Denmark throughout the years, and we don't think they will start now.
Questions & Answers for Australia vs Denmark
- Where can I watch the match live? – BBC One, BBC Sport Website, and BBC iPlayer.
- Where is the game going to be played? – Al Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah.
- What is the starting time of the fixture? – 15:00 UK, 16:00 CET.