England will be determined to kick on from their unconvincing victory over Iceland when they take on Denmark in Tuesday’s Nations League clash.
The Three Lions survived a late missed penalty to run out narrow 1-0 winners in Reykjavik, thanks to Raheem Sterling’s own injury-time spot kick.
Denmark vs England latest odds
Nevertheless, they remain 19/20 (1.95) favourites to make it six points from the first available six by also coming out on top at the Parken Stadium.
Kasper Hjulmand’s men saw their 15-match unbeaten streak ended by a 2-0 defeat against Belgium on Saturday, but can be backed at 14/5 (3.80) to bounce straight back with a win here.
None of the last six encounters between this duo has resulted in draws, but you can get odds of 5/2 (3.50) on this one finishing up all square.
Denmark vs England team news
Originally selected for the squad, Andreas Skov Olsen was demoted to the under-21 side in favour of Jacob Bruun Larsen.
Kyle Walker is suspended following his red card against Iceland, with Trent Alexander-Arnold likely to take his place as one of multiple changes to the starting line-up that barely cracked Iceland open.
Denmark vs England preview
As Gareth Southgate was quick to point out following the underwhelming Iceland performance, players are struggling to get up to full speed after an extremely short summer break and limited pre-season.
While they therefore looked off the pace up front, his side was at least able to content themselves with a fourth consecutive clean sheet – albeit thanks to Birkir Bjarnason’s generosity from the penalty spot.
Having conceded only three goals in their last seven matches themselves, the Red and White will also back themselves to make life difficult for the out-of-sorts opposition frontline.
Denmark vs England predictions
With neither team at full throttle, odds of 10/11 (1.91) seem like a smart investment on under 2.5 goals being scored in another slow-paced affair between Denmark and England.
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