Euro 2024 Group C – Denmark vs England: Match Preview, Prediction, and More

On Thursday, June 20, Denmark are scheduled to face England in their second UEFA Euro 2024 match in Group C at the Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt. While Denmark played a 1-1 draw against Slovenia, England defeated Serbia 1-0 in their Euro 2024 openers.

Denmark are unbeaten in their last five matches across all competitions with three wins and two draws. De Rød-Hvide scored eight goals in these games and conceded a goal each in three matches while they kept a clean sheet on two occasions. England, on the other hand, lost two of their last five clashes across all competitions, winning two and playing a 2-2 draw against Belgium in a friendly clash.

In the UEFA Euro 2024 qualifiers, England topped Group C with 6 wins and 2 draws in 8 matches while Denmark also finished the qualifiers as Group H toppers with 7 wins, 2 losses, and a draw in 10 games. 

Denmark vs England: Prediction

England have dominated Denmark in their head-to-head fixtures with three wins and two draws in their six European Championship clashes with the latter winning just one match. In their last five matches across all competitions, the Three Lions have scored at least a goal in four matches while one game ended in a goalless draw. On the other hand, Denmark couldn’t score more than a goal in any of their last five matches against England.

England have scored 22 goals in their eight UEFA Euro qualifying matches and are expected to continue their goal-scoring form against Denmark considering the forms of Jude Bellingham, Bukayo Saka, Harry Kane, and Phil Foden. The game between Denmark and England is expected to be a goal fest with the presence of quality attackers on both sides. According to SportsTiger, England are predicted to beat Denmark 3-1 on Thursday.

Denmark vs England: Predicted Lineups

  • Denmark: Kasper Schmeichel; Jannik Vestergaard, Andreas Christensen, Joachim Andersen; Victor Kristiansen, Alexander Bah, Christian Norgaard, Pierre-Emile Hojberg, Christian Eriksen; Jonas Wind, Rasmus Hojlund
  • England: Jordan Pickford; Kyle Walker, John Stones, Marc Guehi, Kieran Trippier; Trent Alexander-Arnold, Declan Rice; Bukayo Saka, Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden; Harry Kane

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