Australia and Denmark will meet in the 3rd round of the World Cup group stage. Australia is one point away from a place in the round of 16, which would be an incredible achievement. Denmark did not show anything in the first two matches at the World Cup, and football fans are disappointed with the performance of this national team.
November 30th, 2022 – 16:00
Australia vs Denmark Betting Tips & Predictions
Draw @ 4.20
BTTS Yes @ 2.00
Correct score 1:1 @ 8.50
Reason for Australia vs Denmark Predictions
Australia delivered a positive surprise in their latest group fixture against slightly favored Tunisia when they did just enough to record a close 0:1 victory which saw them taking the second spot in the general standings. They were a bit more dangerous during the first part and scored the only one in this clash over Duke in the 23rd, appearing quite defensively when the match moved to the second and can consider themselves lucky not to concede at least once. There are no reported injuries or suspensions for Australia. Mathew Leckie has one assist for Australia in this competition (zero goals). In World Cup qualifying, he had one assist (four goals). For Australia in World Cup qualifiers, Jackson Irvine recorded four goals and five assists. Mathew Leckie is a great player, he creates a lot of problems for his opponents, and the greatest virtue of this guy is speed. The bench players are expected to show as much as possible and impose themselves on the coach for the starting lineup.
With one point from two games, Denmark has their destiny in their own hands as they need a win at all costs to secure the second position in Group D. A disappointing first match draw with Tunisia was followed by a defeat at the hands of France which made the Danes’ situation complicated. Obviously, manager Kasper Hjulmand’s team needs to be much more effective in attack. To illustrate, in the previous two games, Denmark was able to hit the target six times, of which they scored just one goal through defender Christensen. Thus, Hjulmand needs a different attacking strategy if he wants his team to grab all three points on Tuesday. Denmark’s Andreas Christensen has notched one goal (no assists) in this tournament. Mikkel Damsgaard, during World Cup qualifying matches, delivered two goals and five assists. Denmark’s Joakim Maehle produced five goals during the World Cup qualifying campaign. Andreas Skov Olsen enjoys the field, and when he receives the ball and goes toward the goal, the opponent has problems because he passes through the defense like a fast train. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg found the right role in the team, he moves great in the middle of the field, and it isn’t easy to take the ball away from this guy.
There are no favorites in this match, and we won’t be surprised if this clash could end in a draw.
This will be a big fight between these two rivals, and we should expect a goal from both teams.