Denmark vs Australia – Predictions, Odds & Betting Tips

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This match is over. Final score is: Denmark 1-1 Australia

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Next Australia match: Australia vs Peru


21st June 2018 – 22:00 AEST

Group C – Samara Arena Stadium – Fox Sports TV 

Denmark 1.75 | Draw 3.40 | Australia 5.00


Denmark vs Australia Predictions

Denmark will look to reach the round of 16 with a win over Australia and it’s all set up for the Danes to push home the advantage. Australia gave a good account of themselves against France in their opener but ultimately ran out of gas with 15 minutes to go. Denmark should beat the Socceroos with Ladbrokes backing them at 1.80 to do so.

Match Odds

Denmark vs Australia Score Prediction

Denmark proved how deadly they were against Peru when presented with any sniff and should have more than a few openings against the Socceroos. Australia pushed France all the way and looked more than capable in the final third. William Hill has priced a 2-1 Denmark win at 8.50, which is great value.

Over/Under Prediction

Over 2.5 goals with Crownbet at 2.22 is a great option given the Socceroos looked completely fatigued after 70 minutes against France. Denmark will look to push the Australians deep into the game and should pounce once the Aussies’ tanks begin to run dry again.

Both Teams To Score Prediction

Australia won’t hold back, with their World Cup hopes hanging by a thread, so they should manage a goal. Throwing everything at the Danes will expose them at the back and like they did against Peru, Denmark should score on the counter. Both teams to score with Betstar is 2.1

Group Standings

Both France and Denmark will be desperate to guarantee their places in the round of 16 with wins in their next games. Standing in their way are Peru and Australia and they will fight tooth and nail to upset the status quo.


  • Denmark have kept five clean sheets in their last five games
  • Denmark to win 2-0 with Bet365 is priced at 8.00
  • Australia have scored in five of their last six games
  • The last time these two met, Denmark ran out 2-0 winners in 2012

Head-to-Head Record

The two teams have met three times before in a full international;

  • 2007 – Australia 1 Denmark 3
  • 2010 – Australia 1 Denmark 0
  • 2012 – Australia 0 Denmark 2

World Cup Qualifiers


Denmark navigated their way through to qualify for this World Cup with a series of impressive displays, firstly placing second in UEFA Group E World Cup in a strong group of teams that included the tough nations Poland, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Romania and Montenegro.


Denmark then produced thoroughly attacking and entertaining football to belt the Republic of Ireland 5-1 over two play-off legs in Copenhagen and Dublin with star Danish and Tottenham striker Christian Eriksen in irresistible and unstoppable form.

Top Goal Scorers in Qualifiers

Christian Eriksen

Thomas Delaney


The Socceroos did not do things the straightforward way in qualification finishing behind Japan and Saudi Arabia and missing out on direct qualification due to poor results in their matches with Thailand both home and away.

The Socceroos finally delivered qualification with a 0-0 away draw and 3-1 home victory over Honduras. Whilst initially looking careless in their first matches with Dutch caretaker coach Bert van Marwijk, the Socceroos are now gelling into a quality outfit, capable of defending for prolonged periods and springing into action on the counter attack.

Top Goal Scorers in Qualifiers

Mile Jedinak

Tom Rogic

Tim Cahill


  Denmark 1.75 | Draw 3.40 | Australia 5.00



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