Australia vs Denmark: World Cup 2022 prediction, kick off time, TV, live stream, team news, results h2h, odds

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Australia’s first World Cup win in 12 years put them in contention to advance to the knockout stages for the first time since 2006. Put simply, beating Denmark would advance them to the knockout stages, even though that is clearly easier said than done.

While the excitement surrounding the Danes – who were seen as dark horses in some circles – has died down somewhat, they still present a tough challenge.

Goals may have been a problem, but the Euro 2020 semi-finalists have huge talent and need to earn themselves.

Certainly, this has all the ingredients for an exciting group game.

Here’s everything you need to know…

Date, kick-off time and venue

The World Cup group stage match is scheduled to kick off at 3pm GMT on Wednesday 30 November 2022.

Al Janoub Stadium in Al-Wakrah will host.

Where to watch Australia vs Denmark

TV channel: In the UK, the game will be televised free and live on BBC Two, with coverage starting at 2.45pm.

Direct: Fans can also watch the match live online via the BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport website.

Live Blog: You can follow all the matchday action via Standard Sport’s live blog.

Australia vs Denmark Team News

The Socceroos, thankfully, appear to be free from any new injury concerns. Mitchell Duke will once again lead the line, with Aaron Mooy key again following his excellent performance against Tunisia.

For Denmark, Thomas Delaney has been kicked out of the tournament through injury and the need for goals could see Martin Braithwaite and Kasper Dolberg paired up front.

Australia vs Denmark Prediction

While Denmark will surely be the favourites, Australia’s impressive defensive play looks like the worst possible game for a team struggling to score.

Draw 0-0.

Head-to-head history and results (h2h)

Australia win: 1

Draws: 1

Denmark win: 2

Australia vs Denmark Latest Odds

Australia winner: 11/2

Draw: 16/5

Denmark winner: 1/2

Odds via Paddy Power and subject to change.


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