Denmark vs France

Denmark vs France Betting Tip

Statistics, predictions and bet tips with highest odds for the World Cup Match Denmark vs France. Sounds analysis with head-to-head comparison and current performance by football experts.

Word Cup 2018 | Tuesday 26th June | 15:00 UK Time
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Denmark vs France | Prediction, Betting Tips & Odds

Denmark and France meet in the final round of matches in Group C, with the European duo both still harbouring hopes of topping the table. However, with Denmark knowing that they must claim all three points in order to guarantee their place in the knockout phase of the World Cup, it promises to be an entertaining affair in the Russian capital. 

Match Preview

Group C concludes with Denmark taking on France in Moscow on Tuesday afternoon, with the away side having already confirmed their place in the knockout phase of the competition this summer following their two opening victories. It remains to be seen as to whether France will go all-out for victory at the Luzhniki Stadium, which could potentially have an impact on the final outcome. For those still unsure of who to back ahead of kick-off, be sure to check out our top betting tip below. However, let’s first take a closer look at the two teams, starting with Denmark.

Denmark News & Form

Denmark defeated Peru in their opening fixture, before being held by Australia, meaning that they are in a strong position to qualify from Group C. However, manager Åge Hareide will be more than aware of the challenge facing them on Tuesday, with the Danes expected to name the same starting line-up that featured from the off last time around. Tottenham Hotspur’s Christian Eriksen will provide creativity and goalscoring threat in the final third, while Feyenoord’s Nicolai Jørgensen will be hoping to open his World Cup account.

France News & Form

Wins over both Australia and Peru mean that France have already qualified for the knockout stage of the tournament in Russia, however Les Bleus have perhaps still not hit top form so far. Manager Didier Deschamps could well choose to make changes to his starting line-up against Denmark, with the likes of Nabil Fekir, Benjamin Mendy and Thomas Lemar potentially featuring from the off.

Denmark vs France Head to Head

The two nations have met 13 times in the past, with France having eight wins to their name from such encounters, along with just a single draw. It is France who have dominated in their most recent fixtures too, winning their last three matches against Denmark, including a 2-1 away win back in 2015. Denmark’s last win over France came in the 2002 World Cup, when Les Bleus were the defending champions.

Denmark vs France Odds and Predictions

Given their 100% winning record so far in Group C, along with the sheer number of world class players within their squad, it perhaps comes as little surprise that it is France who are the favourites for victory on Tuesday with the majority of major online bookmakers. The 1998 World Cup winners are available to back at odds of 13/10 with William Hill, while Denmark are priced at 7/2 on the same platform to claim a surprise victory. Meanwhile, a draw after 90 minutes is available at 17/10 with Paddy Power.

Our Top Betting Tip: “over 0.5 first half goals”

However, our top betting tip for the match is to bet on over 0.5 first half goals being scored during the opening 45 minutes in Moscow, a market is available at a best price of 4/6 with Ladbrokes.

Betting tip: over 0.5 first half goals
4/6 (at Ladbrokes)

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