England vs. Denmark 10/14/20 UEFA Nations League Soccer Pick, Odds, and Prediction
England 2-1-0, Denmark 1-1-1
10/14/20 2:45 pm
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England is hosting Denmark at Wembley Stadium in round 4 in the UEFA Nations League.
England has won 6 of their last 7 games, while not losing any of their last 7 games overall. During their 3 Nations League games, England has scored 3 goals while conceding only 1 goal. In their latest match against Belgium at home, England has had 46% of ball possession, 3 shots on goal, 7 corner kicks, 1 big chance created, and a solid 88% of the correct passes. England played this game just as they should have, with a lot of patience and composure, and they were waiting for their chances. England was losing 0-1 in the 16th minute, but they tied the score in the 39th minute. In the 64th minute, England has scored the leading goal, and in the end, England has won this match 2-1. With 7 points, 3 scored goals, and 1 conceded goal, England is in first place in their group in the Nations League. Rashford, Sterling, and Mount have each scored 1 goal for England so far in the Nations League. England has a great team, especially in the attacking end, but their defense is highly overrated, and that could cost them in the Euro Cup next year.
Denmark is on a 2-game winning streak during which they scored 7 goals and conceded 0 goals. Denmark has won only 1 of their games in the Nations League, and they are in 3rd place with 4 points, 3 scored goals, and 2 conceded goals. In their last Nations League game against Iceland on the road, Denmark was the dominant team with 67% of ball possession, 4 shots on goal, 12 corner kicks, 1 big chance created, and a solid 86% of the correct passes. Denmark was in total control in this game, and even though it took them a while to score a goal, they succeeded in the 45th minute. In the second half, Denmark has scored 2 more goals, and they have deservedly won this game 0-3. Denmark is in 3rd place in the standings with 4 points, 3 scored goals, and 2 conceded goals. Skov and Erkiesen have each scored 1 goal for Denmark so far in the Nations League, while Poulsen added 1 assist. There are no injuries reported in Denmark as of right now. Denmark is a good team, with good players, and they are playing solid soccer. The pressure of qualifying to the Euro Cup is off of Denmark because they have already qualified, and they have ended up in a solid group where Denmark will have a decent chance of advancing past the group stage.
England hasn’t lost any of their last 7 games, while they have won 9 of their last home games. Denmark hasn’t lost any of their last 8 away games. Both teams are in a solid form, but England has more depth and quality in the attacking end. We are getting England at a good price, and I will take it.