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Germany vs Denmark: Danes to produce Innsbruck upset

Kick-off: 2000, 02/06/2021

Stadium: Tivoli Stadion Tirol

TV: Sky Sports

Denmark are heading towards Euro 2020 as dark horses to go deep into the tournament following a fine run of form and can warm up by stunning Germany.

Die Mannschaft have blown hot and cold for the past nine months and there are plenty of question marks about Joachim Low’s final squad.

On neutral territory in Austria, we think 5/2 for the Danes to prevail is a value Germany vs Denmark prediction.

A Look At Germany’s Betting Odds

Germany were poor at Russia 2018 and have been handed a tough draw in Group F at Euro 2020 alongside France, Portugal and Hungary.

With Low set to end his 15-year reign as manager, Die Mannschaft suddenly seem to have lost their aura of invincibility.

There was no disgrace in finishing second to Spain in their Nations League pool but being thrashed 6-0 by La Roja in the deciding match was a humbling experience.

Germany bounced back with World Cup wins over Iceland and Romania but were then upset 2-1 by North Macedonia in Duisburg.

Ilkay Gundogan’s penalty cancelled out Goran Pandev’s opener but there was no coming back from a late strike by Elif Elmas.

Low has recalled veterans Mats Hummels and Thomas Muller to help steady the ship but will presumably leave out Champions League finalists Kai Havertz, Timo Werner and Gundogan here.

Respect is given to past history, with four World Cup triumphs backed up by three European Championship wins.

Sluggish starts have been an issue for the current side, though, and 13/10 for the Danes to score first appeals from the Germany vs Denmark odds.

A Look At Denmark’s Betting Odds

Denmark will be looking forward to taking on Belgium, Finland and Russia in Group B at Euro 2020.

Kasper Hjulmand’s side have won eight of their last nine matches, with the only reversal being an entertaining 4-2 Nations League loss to the Red Devils.

The Danes took four points off England in that competition, with Christian Eriksen’s penalty securing a notable success at Wembley.

This year, Denmark have made a sensational start to World Cup qualifying, beating Israel 2-0, Moldova 8-0 and Austria 4-0.

Barcelona forward Martin Braithwaite and Yussuf Poulsen of RB Leipzig can lead the way up front.

Eriksen, Thomas Delaney of Borussia Dortmund and Tottenham’s Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg offer a nice blend in midfield.

AC Milan defender Simon Kjaer can rely on Southampton’s Jannik Vestergaard for support while keeper Kasper Schmeichel is coming off a fine season for Leicester.

This Denmark side can definitely be compared favourably with the Euro 92 team which belied big odds to lift the trophy.

Let’s finish off our Germany vs Denmark betting tips by taking 5/1 for the Danes to lead at half-time and full-time.

Additional stats

Last result:

GERMANY 1-2 North Macedonia – Gundogan (pen)

Austria 0-4 DENMARK – Skov Olsen (2), Maehle, Hojbjerg

Head-to-head: Denmark 1-1 Germany, Denmark 1-2 Germany, Denmark 2-2 Germany

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