Already qualified for the World Cup, Denmark visited Scotland for the final round of Group F, of the UEFA World Cup Qualifiers. The encounter is scheduled for Monday, 15. The Scots secured their presence in the race for a place in the last round. The meeting will be of little importance to the standings. However, it is worth Denmark’s continued perfect record and an excellent Scottish display for their fans.
Stadium and city where Scotland vs Denmark will play
The meeting between the top two teams in Group F will take place at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland, a venue owned by Glasgow Rangers. The venue is the country’s main stadium and was used in the last Euro.
Last meeting between the teams
The last match between the two teams took place on September 1. On that occasion, Denmark did not make a bad showing for its fans. The team beat the Scots at home by the score of 2×0, with goals from Daniel Wass and Joakim Maehle. The triumph in question was the team’s fourth in the competition. The meeting, on that occasion, took place in the city of Copenhagen, at the Parken Stadium.
Playing away from home, Scotland beat the team of Moldova by 2×0, with two goals from Nathan Patterson. The win confirmed the team in the World Cup Qualifiers passages. The goal was the most feasible since Denmark was always the big favorite in Group F. The Scots want to close their participation in this phase with a golden key in front of their fans and already thinking about the next stage. The Scots have 20 points, seven behind leaders Denmark and four ahead of third-placed Israel.
Scotland has achieved their fifth straight victory. The last time the club failed to triumph was on September 1, when they fell to Denmark themselves. Since then, the team has beaten Moldova twice, Austria, the Faroe Islands, and Israel. The team is yet to lose in the second qualifying wave. The team has the second-best defensive record with seven goals conceded, eight less than the third-placed team within the group. The team has gone without conceding goals in five of the nine encounters. On the other hand, the attack is the third-best since Israel has 19 balls in the nets against 15 of the Scots.
The team’s only absentee for the next match is, perhaps, Ryan Fraser. The player did not even go to the bench against Moldova and remained out of this subsequent encounter. However, one of the team’s standouts is back. Lyndon Dykes, Scotland’s top scorer in the Qualifiers, returns from suspension. The Queens Park Rangers player sat out against Moldova as he had picked up his third yellow against the Faroe Islands. The player has four goals in the competition, the same amount as Jonh McGinn, another highlight of the attacking system.
Denmark is one of the two European teams that arrived in this FIFA DATE with their place in the World Cup guaranteed. Besides the team, Germany also qualified previously in Europe. Outside the continent, host Qatar and Brazil clinched their place by the end of this past Thursday, 11. The Danes will enter the field to close the current round with their perfect and unbroken record. The team has won every one so far, their latest triumph being achieved this Friday, 12, against the Faroe Islands. The squad has led from end-to-end and has one of the best campaigns among all the teams in the Qualifiers.
Denmark owns the best record in Group F of the Qualifiers. The team averages more than three goals per encounter as they have scored 30 times in nine matches. Moreover, the club has gone through their entire campaign unbeaten. The Danish team is the only one in the competition that has conceded only one goal. Thus, they own the best finishing record.
Highlights and absentees
And speaking of defense, one of the team’s great highlights is goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, son of the legendary goalkeeper of the same surname. The Leicester player is the face of the team’s defensive system and the only goalkeeper to have been outplayed in just one encounter, passing names like Neuer, for example. The highlight goes to midfielder Olsen, who has four goals in the competition and is the team’s top scorer when it comes to scoring goals. Denmark is still without any momentary absences for the clash against Scotland.
Top betting tips for Scotland vs Denmark
Goal Betting Tip
Facing such a solid defense and an efficient attack, like Denmark’s, the most likely scenario in the encounter involves goals for only one side. The Danish team should unscathed and historically close the Qualifiers, conceding just one goal even away from home. Thus, betting on the ‘both teams score’ market, in the ‘no’ option, via Bet365, can bring profits. The quote is at 1.80.
The betting tip for the result
The group leader should finish the current qualifying round with a 100% record. The team, even away from home, is heavily favored to win. Thus, the Danes should win without much difficulty in a match with an almost friendly atmosphere. The odds for the team to beat the hosts are favorable in the market of the Bet365 results. The option is quoted at 2.25.
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The Scots host Denmark on Monday, November 15. The match will be valid for the last day of the Qualifiers.
The meeting between the top two teams in Group F will take place at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland.
In the previous meeting between the teams, on September 1, Scotland lost to Denmark away 2-0.
Given Denmark’s excellent defense, bets on the market ‘both teams score,’ in the option ‘no,’ through Bet365, can bring profits.
The bookmaker with the best odds for this match is Bet365!