Denmark vs France Preview, Tips and Betting Predictions
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These two sides sit first and second in Group C but neither of them have been overly convincing so far. France have done just enough and won each of their first two matches by a single goal. They were 2-1 winners against Australia and they will fancy their chances of completing the perfect group stage campaign. They have a number of talented players who are capable of producing a single moment of magic which could turn this game in their favour. Denmark were below-par against Australia and were hanging on towards the end of the 90 minutes and will need to show more ambition here. France should have too much and they can be backed at 2.35 with 888Sport.
Denmark vs France Preview
Denmark have four points from their opening two Group C matches and will need at least a draw from this encounter. A point would help them secure qualification and they could do with another moment of magic from Christian Eriksen to book their place in the knock-out round. They have shown flashes in both of their games and the likes of Pione Sisto and Yussuf Poulsen have both looked dangerous, although the latter is banned for this tie. They don’t give much away but they’ve conceded penalties in successive matches and will have to be careful in and around the box.
France have booked their place in the next round and have encountered very few problems so far. They haven’t got out of first gear, securing narrow margin victories in their opening two matches. Antoine Griezmann and Kylian Mbappe are both off the mark and will be looking to add to their tally. Didier Deschamps could be tempted to rest of a few of his key players for this tie with the likes of Ousmane Dembele waiting in the wings. The French fans will want to see their side finish top of the group and collect maximum points.
Denmark are well-organised and pragmatic in their approach to games and they don’t give much away. Kasper Schmeichel has kept a number of clean sheets recently and the only goal they’ve conceded has been from the penalty spot. France have conceded just one goal in their last two matches and Peru failed to find a way past the French defence. They should be able to keep the Danish attack at bay and it may be a low-scoring affair. Both Teams to Score? No looks likely to land in this game and can be backed at 1.62 with Sports Interaction.
Denmark vs France Correct Score Prediction
France are unlikely to change their approach for this game. They’ve been solid enough and have won games comfortably without being prolific. They should be able to score one or two goals in this game and that should be enough to collect all three points. Denmark are unlikely to cave in and will put up plenty of resistance throughout the 90 minutes. 1-0 or 2-0 victories for Les Bleus look likely outcomes and they can be backed at 4.00 and 10.00 with 888Sport.
Denmark 1-2 France – 11/10/2015
France 2-0 Denmark – 29/03/2015
France 2-0 Denmark – 31/05/2006
Denmark 2-0 France – 11/06/2002
Why should I bet on Denmark against France?
This final game in Group C is an intriguing affair, with many different outcomes possible depending on the score line. France have looked fairly unconvincing in both their first two games but have already qualified for the next round with two wins. Denmark, on the other hand, has looked very good in short bursts and knows that a victory would see them finish top of the group. What is more likely to happen is that after an initial period of activity the game will slow down and end level giving both sides what they need to progress. 888Sport are offering 2.50 on the draw and that looks like good value under the circumstances.
It is tempting to predict a tight 0-0 draw here as both sides conserve energy for the next round. But with so many talented players on show, fans will be hoping that there are some goals to celebrate. Christian Eriksen is always a threat for Denmark and scored a wonderful goal against Australia – but for a safer bet Antoine Griezmann getting on the score sheet seems more likely. The returns may be fairly marginal but 888Sport will have good odds for the French striker to score first.
Both sides will feel like it is a case of job done and already be looking towards the next game if this one ends in a draw. There may not be many chances as the game could be played at a relatively leisurely pace but if one of these two get a goal then expect the other to do all they can to level the score. A 0-0 correct score is possible given the qualification picture but 888Sport are offering an attractive 5.00 on a 1-1 draw and that could tempt a few punters.
Group C Standings
France are already through but they are unlikely to take their foot off the gas. They have six points from their opening two games. Denmark sit second whilst Australia have a slim chance of qualifying. Peru played well at the tournament but have been eliminated.
Denmark have conceded just one goal in their last five matches across all competitions. Under 2.5 Goals is priced at 1.50 with William Hill
Denmark managed ten shots during their draw with Australia but only found the net once
They only won one of their three matches at the 2010 World Cup. That was their last appearance in the competition
France managed 12 attempts on goal against Peru
Les Bleus have netted at least two goals in three of their last five matches
France have now qualified for the knock-out round in three of their last four World Cup appearances
Christian Eriksen – The cultured Spurs midfielder dictates their play and sets the tempo. He is influential and played a huge part in securing their place at the tournament. He finished as top scorer during qualifying and is handy from set-piece situations.
Paul Pogba – There are a huge number of French players to choose from but Paul Pogba is a potential match winner. The sight of the Manchester United midfielder marauding into the opposition half is a frightening one for any defender and he can excel away from Old Trafford.
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