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A high-flying Denmark will be welcoming Croatia this Friday, as it looks to further consolidate its position at the top of the Group 1 table in League A of the Nations League.
Denmark played its first two matches on the road and played some exceptional football to secure maximum points from both the matches. For its first game of this edition of the Nations League, Denmark traveled to Stade de France, where Karim Benzema gave the home team a 1 goal lead in the 51st minute.
However, a brace by Andreas Cornelius within a span of 20 minutes ensured that the reigning Nations League holders were denied a victory. For its second game of the group stages, The Red and Whites traveled to Vienna, where the home team’s Xaver Schlager canceled out the early lead provided by Hojbjerg.
Jens Stryger Larsen, who ran in as a substitute in the second half, scored in the final moments of the match, handing the Danes their second consecutive victory. They are now firmly at the top of the table, enjoying a 3-point lead over second-placed Austria.
With most football betting sites giving pretty short odds for a home win, it looks like Denmark should move closer to a spot Finals by the end of this game.
Croatia has had a rough start to the League, and are yet to score a win after playing two matches. They were Austria in the first outing, where goals from Marko Arnautovic, Michael Gregoritsch, and Marcel Sabitzer went unanswered, resulting in a 3-0 drubbing for the home team. For its latest match, Croatia hosted France at Split, where France's Adrian Rabiot scored the opening goal of the game in the 52nd minute. Andrej Kramaric converted a penalty in the 83rd minute, helping Croatia fend off the humiliation of a successive home loss.
However, just 1 point in 2 games means that Croatia is last on the Group 1 table, thanks to a poor goal difference. With the team set to play its first away game of the season, and that too against a confident Denmark, Croatia will need to go all out to keep itself out of relegation.
Match prediction and football betting tips for Denmark vs Croatia Nations League 2022. The match is going to be played at the Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, on 10th June 2022.
While the two consecutive defeats against the visitors will definitely be weighing in the mind of Danish coach Simon Kjaer, the recent form of the team should mean that he will be feeling confident of a win here. Kasper Dolberg is expected to miss this game after his injury against France. Christian Eriksen, who played for the entire duration of both the opening games is expected to start on the bench. As usual, Andreas Cornelius and Martin Braithwaite are expected to lead the attack.
As for the visitors, Josko Gvardiol is expected to miss this game due to an injury, along with Ivan Perisic. Borna Barisic and Sime Vrsaljko are expected to be benched, as Luca Modric, Mateo Kovacic, and Marcelo Brozovic fill the midfield.
While we do expect the visitors to put up a good fight, they are expected to fall short of crossing the victory line.
Bet on a Denmark win.
4 of the last 5 games that both the teams have played against each other have produced at least 3 goals. Each of the last 4 games for Denmark and 4 of the last 6 matches for Croatia too have produced goals on both the sides, giving weight to our recommendation.
2 of the last 3 matches between the two teams have produced fewer than 3 goals at full time. Denmark has conceded just 2 goals in the two matches it has played in the League, while Croatia has managed to score just once in the same time, making us predict a low-scoring game.