Denmark – Finland Prediction & Tip | EURO 2020 Betting Odds

The distribution of roles in Group B in the European Championship 2021 is definite: Belgium is the big favorite, Denmark has a better chance of finishing second than Russia, and Finland is likely to end the group in last place.

In the first group match, Kaspar Hjulmand’s squad, who surprisingly replaced former successful coach Åge Hareide about a year ago, will face Finland.

EURO 2020 Latest Match Betting Odds – Denmark vs. Finland

Finland is one of the biggest outsiders at this group stage, and scoring a few points against Denmark in their opening game of this EURO 2021 would be a remarkable sensation for head coach Markku Kanerva.

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Denmark win1,451,451,47
Draw4,104,204,00
Finland win8,758,007,80

Saturday, June 12, 2021, 6PM CET, Parken Stadium, Copenhagen

Strong Performance of the Danes

It was considered a big surprise that Åge Hareide is no longer the coach of the Danish team. The current Rosenborg Trondheim coach had an incredible 26-game unbeaten run with the Danish side at the time of his departure, losing only on penalties to eventual finalists Croatia at the 2018 World Cup.

The new coach did not achieve this flawless record, but even under Hjulmand, the Danes are playing attractive and mostly successful soccer. The Austrian national team also felt first-hand that it is difficult to stand up to “Danish Dynamite” when they lost 4-0 at home in the World Cup qualifiers at the end of March.

However, Denmark also achieved other impressive results. After their 1:1 draw against Germany in a pre-European Championship match, the Danish team managed to take four points from two games against England in the Nations League last year. The only two defeats since September 2018 came against the group favorites from Belgium, of all countries.

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The Dane’s Powerful Central Defense

There are hardly any weak points in the Danes’ 4-3-3 system. Along with their strong keeper Kasper Schmeichel, the center defense is the team’s absolute showpiece. Milan legionnaire Simon Kjær has been in top form this season and the Champions League winner Andreas Christensen from top club Chelsea is another key player of the Danes.

The positions of the outside defenders fall a bit in comparison. The coach called up only one nominal left-back in Nicolai Boilesen, but it is likely that Joakim Mæhle, is set at left-back, while he usually comes in through the right side. Daniel Wass, legionnaire from Valencia, is expected to start on the right of the back four, but with former Austria Wien player and full-back Jens Stryger Larsen, the Danes are lucky to have a strong alternative.

Clear Role Distribution in the Danish Central Midfield

Tottenham legionnaire Pierre-Emile Højbjerg, who is strong against the ball and plays only a secondary role in the build-up to the game, acts as a clearer in front of the Danish defense. This is more the role of Thomas Delaney, who, as a complete midfielder, takes on great responsibility in overcoming the opponent’s pressing lines. Responsible for the offensive accents and coming up with creative ideas is key player Christian Eriksen. He primarily has to put his front men in the limelight, but is also very goal-threatening himself. The above mentioned trio of central midfielders gets along very well and seem to be perfectly compatible.

EURO 2020 Betting Odds: Tournament Bets Denmark

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Denmark to win Group B3,65
Denmark to qualify from Group B1,25
Denmark to reach Quarterfinals2,35
Denmark to reach Semifinals5,25
Denmark to reach Final15,0
Denmark EURO 2020 Winners25,0

While there are only few question marks over most positions, Hjulmand has yet to make a final choice in his attacking three-way chain and is prefers to rotate up front. On the offensive wings, key players Martin Braithwaite and Yussuf Poulsen seem to have best odds on making it into the starting squad. In the center of attack, Jonas Wind, Kasper Dolberg and Andreas Skov Olsen are three alternatives who all feature different strengths. Jonas Wind is known for being a highly talented technician, Kasper Dolberg has the surest finish, and last but not least, Skov Olsen’s highly dynamic moves allow him to move at high speed, even when in possession of the ball.

The Starting Squad is a Foreclose Conclusion

As Finland Coach Markku Kanerva is not willing to make any more short-term experiments during this tournament, and as a result, the starting eleven will almost be a foregone conclusion.

Goalkeeper Lukas Hradecky (Bayer Leverkusen) is considered the undisputed number one. Tactically, Kanerva prefers a 5-3-2 formation, in which Jukka Raitala (Minnesota United), Paulus Arajuuri (Paphos FC) and Joona Toivio (BK Häcken) form the defense center.

A lot of work awaits the defense center as they will have to hope for on the support of the entire team.

Further, outside backs Nikolai Alho (MTK Budapest) and Jere Uronen (Genk) do not count as the most ball-secure players.

Qualitatively, the midfield is on the rise as team captain Tim Sparv (AE Larissa) is joined by Glen Kamara, in shape, always good for a surprise when it comes to creative moves, and played a major part in getting the title with the Rangers in Scotland. Kamara seems to be way too underrated and is not yet being recognized on an international level as he should be.

Steven Gerrard, Rangers coach, never misses an opportunity to sing the Finnish international’s praises, saying he is extremely good at creating turnovers and shows great vision in tight situations. In addition to the two set midfielders, Joni Kauko (Esbjerg fb) is likely to be chosen over Rasmus Schüller (Djurgårdens IF), although Schüller would be the even more defensive option.

EURO 2020 Betting Odds: Tournament Bets Finland

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Finland to win Group B17,0
Finland to qualify from Group B3,50
Finland to be knocked out in Group Stage1,28
Finland to reach Quarterfinals13,0
Finland to reach Semifinals34,0
Finland to reach Final101
Finland EURO 2020 Winners501

Finland’s Teemu Pukki is the star in the front, after 30 goals in 90 international appearances and seems to surely be on the way to beat goal record of Jari Litmanen’s, who scored 32 goals for his homeland. Pukki will be backed up by hanging target Robin Lod, who, like teammate Raitala, earns his living with Minnesota United.

EURO 2020 Betting Match Odds – Fixtures Group B

DayTimeVenueTeam 1 – Team 2Win 1DrawWin 2
12.6.18:00CopenhagenDenmark – Finland1,504,107,25
12.6.21:00St. PetersburgBelgium – Russia1,673,805,25
16.6.15:00St. PetersburgFinland – Russia5,253,601,63
17.6.18:00CopenhagenDenmark – Belgium3,403,352,05
21.6.21:00CopenhagenRussia – Denmark3,803,301,95
21.6.21:00St. PetersburgFinland – Belgium11,06,001,25
EURO 2020 Odds – Fixtures Group B

Betting tip – Denmark will win this game with a goal difference of at least 2

Clear favorite in this match is Denmark. Finland can surely be considered the underdog in this game, and will mostly have to hope for stability in the back, but are lacking players in the five-man backline that seem to withstand the pressure the Danes will very likely bring up during this upcoming match.

If Denmark doesn’t have a bad day, Kaspar Hjulmand’s team will get the required win, which could be quite clear.

If you prefer to be cautious, go for the Danes. Cautious bettors are playing a win for the Danes, but we think a handicap tip also looks promising. All in all, Denmark should win a commanding compulsory victory in the first group match.

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