Denmark v Scotland Betting Tips

Denmark v Scotland Betting Tips

30 August 2021 Off By [email protected]

On Wednesday the 1st of September 2021, Scotland travel to Denmark as first-place take on second-place in Group F of the World Cup 2022 qualifiers at Parken Stadium, Copenhagen.

Although they may have been fortunate to progress through to the knockout stages after only achieving 3 points in their group, Denmark went on to have a fairly successful European Championships this summer.

In these current World Cup 2022 qualifiers, Denmark sit top of their group after winning three out of three so far. Having beaten Israel 0-2, Moldova 8-0 and Austria 0-4, Denmark have yet to even concede a goal and possess a very healthy looking goal difference,

Scotland’s Euro 2020 campaign wasn’t quite so good. After losing 0-2 to the Czech Republic, drawing 0-0 against England and losing 3-1 to Croatia, Scotland didn’t make it through to the knock-out stages.

Scotland are second in the Group F World Cup qualifying group on 5 points – four points behind Denmark and just a point above Israel and Austria. After a 2-2 draw with Austria, a 1-1 draw with Israel and a 4-0 win against the Faroe Islands, The Scots are still to play their potentially hardest game against Denmark as well as their potentially easiest game against Moldova.

Head to head, Scotland have won the last two meetings between these two teams, with the most recent being a 1-0 win at Hampden Park for a friendly in 2016. There has only been one goal separating these two sides in their last 5 meetings.

Odds For Denmark v Scotland

The quality of these two teams has certainly altered slightly since they last met in 2016. While Scotland have failed to impress on the whole, Denmark have consistently qualified for the later stages of tournaments, including making it to the semi-finals of this summer’s Euros.

Denmark are strong favourites to win this World Cup 2022 Group F match against Scotland on Wednesday evening, with the current live odds as follows:

If you think each of these two teams have goals in them, with the Danes including the likes of Damsgaard and Dolberg and The Scots including the likes of Che Adams and Ryan Fraser, it could well be worth betting on the ‘match result and both teams to score’ market for this fixture:

Maybe you’ve already got a hunch for who you think might win the World Cup next winter? Brazil and France are the current joint-favourites, closely followed by England, however it’s all the usual suspects that are certainly in contention again, too, such as Spain, Germany, Argentina, Belgium and the Euro 2020 winners Italy.

Denmark v Scotland Teams

While, as per usual, we won’t be expecting the teams’ starting elevens until an hour before kick-off, we do have the officially listed squads that will be representing their respective country:

Denmark
Scotland
Kasper Schmeichel
Jonas Lossl
Frederik Ronnow
Daniel Wass
Joakim Maehle
Jens Stryger
Nicolai Boilesen
Rasmus Nissen
Simon Kjaer
Andreas Christensen
Joachim Andersen
Jannik Vestergaard
Christian Norgaard
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg
Thomas Delaney
Rasmus Falk
Anders Christiansen
Philip Billing
Yussuf Yurary Poulsen
Martin Braithwaite
Kasper Dolberg
Andreas Skov Olsen
Mikkel Damsgaard
Andreas Cornelius
Jonas Wind
Mohamed Daramy
Zander Clark
Craig Gordon
Liam Kelly
Liam Cooper
Declan Gallagher
Grant Hanley
Jack Hendry
Scott Mckenna
Stephen O’Donnell
Nathan Patterson
Andy Robertson
Greg Taylor
Kieran Tierney
Stuart Armstrong
Lewis Ferguson
Billy Gilmour
John McGinn
Callum McGregor
Kenny McLean
David Turnball
Che Adams
Ryan Christie
Lyndon Dykes
James Forrest
Ryan Fraser
Kevin Nisbet

Betting Tips For Denmark v Scotland

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Where To Bet On Denmark v Scotland

Any bookmaker or betting site that usually offers football betting markets will offer markets for international matches like Denmark v Scotland, too. If they don’t, then don’t waste your time with them.

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The World Cup qualification match between Denmark and Scotland is scheduled to kick off at 19:45 on Wednesday the 1st of September 2021.