Three rounds of matches are over in the UEFA Nations League and now we are heading to the fourth round of matches in the group stage. The third round saw some exciting matches like the one in which the young England team defeated the world number one ranked Belgium team.
England managed to defeat Belgium in their third nations league match after a shot from Mason Mount was deflected by a Belgian defender into the net. Denmark too got three points from their third UEFA Nations League match as they thumped Iceland 0 – 3.
England will host Denmark this time at the Wembley stadium. Denmark managed to get one point when these two sides met for the first time in the Nations League. Gareth Southgate has modified his team selection since then which has worked in favour of the Three Lions. If Southgate could select the perfect playing XI out of the tremendously talented squad, England would be an unstoppable force.
Denmark on the other hand would hope to replicate the same kind of performance which they delivered against Iceland. But this time Denmark would hope to go a step further a claim three points against the young England side.
Historically speaking England have got the better over Denmark in terms of head to head. England have managed to get the better of Denmark 12 times whereas Denmark has managed to beat England only three times. Both these sides managed to get one point when they last met in what was one of the dullest matches in recent times.
England form guide: WWDWW
Denmark form guide: DLDWW
England possible XI: Jordan Pickford, Kyle Walker, Eric Dier, Harry Maguire, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Declan Rice, Harry Winks, Ben Chilwell, Marcus Rashford, Harry Kane and Jadon Sancho
Denmark possible XI: Kasper Schmeichel, Daniel Wass, Simon Kjaer, Andreas Christensen, Robert Skov, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Thomas Delaney, Yussuf Poulsen, Christian Eriksen, Martin Braithwaite and Kasper Dolberg
England will be full of confidence after upsetting the world number one Belgians. Mason Mount’s deflected goal saw the Three lions beat the Red Devils. Hence they would hope to repeat the same against Denmark too. But Denmark aren’t an easy opponent too. They managed to get one point against the Three Lions when they last met and would hope to go one step further this time. However we predict the score line to be in favour of England. Prediction: England 2 – 1 Denmark.