France vs Denmark – Prediction, Odds & Betting Tips

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France will play against Denmark in their World Cup 2022 second match in Qatar. The starting whistle will sound on November 26 at 14:00 UK time at Stadium 974, Doha, Qatar.
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Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction One – Total Goals Over 1.5 – 1.35.

Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction Two – France Double chance and over 1.5 – 1.60.

Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction Three – Correct score – 2-1 – 8.

Match Predict – Total Goals Over 1.5

France had an open game after Australia scored the first goal in the first round and France came back to score 4 consecutive goals. While Denmark suffered to score a goal we expect another open game with at least two goals in it.

France Double Chance and over 1.5

As mentioned above with the status of the game and the number of expected goals, we expect Deschamp’sa and his men to continue the journey and not lose their second game which is the toughest in the group.

Correct Score 2-1

We are certain that France will have the chance to score at least 2 goals in the game while giving them the edge to grab another three points and put their feet in the next stage of the tournament, we expect a correct score of 2-1 at the end.

Preliminary Review and Match Prediction for France vs Denmark

France:

Following the long list of injuries, Bayern Munchen’s Left-back, Lucas Hernandez joined the list after rupturing his cruciate ligament and being replaced by his brother, Theo. France’s list of injuries is not keeping the team down as they have a squad full of superstars who keep on performing every week in their leagues. With an amazing start to the World Cup with a 4-1 winning result against Australia, France is eager to take another 3 points.

Denmark: 

On the other hand, Denmark was shocked after they lost the chance to grab easy three points against another Arab team, Tunisia. After many shots on target, Denmark failed to score a goal however on the other side, Leicester City’s former captain, Kasper Schmeichel save the Danish defenders from conceding a goal. After an amazing Nations League and World Cup qualification, Denmark is eager to join France.

Safe Bets

We surely expect France to hold the pace of the game and keep their attacking options wide and clear. Considering the number of shots from France we are certain to witness them win the result in the corner kicks and register more than Denmark with odds 1.64 from 22Bet.
Get Rich Quick

After a difficult battle for ninety minutes, we might witness a draw result with both teams grabbing a vital point with odds of 3.5 from 1XBet.

France vs Denmark Team News

With an underwhelming start for Lucas Hernandez, France’s long list of injuries goes on.

On the other hand, Denmark will miss Sevilla’s star, Delaney who suffered a knee injury.

Starting Lineups

In our opinion, the teams will take to the field with the following line-ups:

France: Goalkeeper – Lloris; Defenders Pavard, Konate, Upamecano, theo; Midfielders: Tchouameni, Rabiot, Dembele, Griezmann, Mbappe; Forwards – Giroud.

Denmark: Goalkeeper -Schmeichel; Defenders – Andersen, Kjaer, Christensen; Midfielders: Kristensen, Hojbjerg, Eriksen, Jensen, Maehle; Forwards – Damsgaard, Dolberg.

 

Most Popular FAQ for France vs Denmark

Who won the last meeting between these clubs?

The last meeting ended with Denmark winning 2-0 on September 25, 2022.

Where will this match be played?

The game will be played at the Lusail Stadium, Qatar

Which bookmaker has the best odds for this fixture?

We recommend checking out the odds at 22Bet for France vs Denmark .

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