England vs. Denmark Odds
After a dominant 4-0 win over Ukraine in the EURO 2020 quarter final, it’s no surprise to see England strong favorites to not only beat Denmark in the semi-final, but also win the tournament outright. England haven’t been to a major final in a tournament since 1966, when they famously defeated Germany to win the World Cup, but that was a very long time ago and this is their best chance since then for a shot at glory.
They face no easy task however. Up next in the semi-finals are a Denmark team that are playing for Christian Eriksen and bonded with a strong team ethic. Denmark have swept aside Wales and the Czech Republic so far in the knockout stages and also boast a win over England when the two teams met most recently. A 1-0 win at Wembley (the scene of Wednesday’s semi-final) will be in the memories of the Danes and they’ll be confident despite their underdog status.
Looking at the England vs Denmark odds, you’ll see that England are -137 favorites to win the game in 90 minutes, whereas Denmark can be backed at odds of +450.
England vs Denmark Odds - 90 minutes
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England vs Denmark Odds – To Qualify
England vs. Denmark Betting
As mentioned, Denmark won their last game against England at Wembley and haven’t conceded to England in their last two meetings. These past encounters could be a reason why Denmark have been well backed to defeat England in the last 24 hours.
Studying our England vs Denmark odds grid and we can confirm that in the last 24 hours, Denmark have encountered for 45.77% of total bets compared to England’s 43.76%. It’s very close, but Denmark have been more popular than England to progress to the EURO 2020 final.
England vs. Denmark Prop Bets & Predictions
So far in the EURO 2020 tournament, wagering on exotic prop bets has been the way to go. We’ve seen plenty of games make it to extra-time and have plenty of goals. There are so many prop bets available to wager on in the England vs Denmark odds markets. Here’s a few that could be popular with bettors in the build up to the semi-final.
Harry Kane has found his scoring boots now and is the favorite to score the first goal at +360.
For Denmark, Kasper Dolberg has the shortest odds to score first at +1000, but a better option could be Chelsea defender Andreas Christensen to score anytime in the game at +1500. Christensen has already scored at the tournament and will be a danger from set pieces. Jannik Vestergaard is Christensen’s 6 ft 4 in centre-back partner and is also tempting in this market at +2200. If England are finally to concede, it could well come to the Dane’s danger in the air.
Who will be man of the match for England vs Denmark?
The man of the match market is always a popular betting option in the major games and it’s no different for the England vs Denmark odds. Our friends at Bet365 have priced up this market. Currently, Harry Kane is the favorite at +500 with Raheem Sterling not far behind at +800. Of the rest of England’s team, Mason Mount at +1000 could be worth a wager, he’s likely to strip fitter than he did against Ukraine after his isolation and will ‘pull the strings’ in the England midfield.
Denmark’s Pierre Emile Hojbjerg plays for Tottenham in the EPL and will know a lot of his opposition, for Denmark to win they’ll need their central midfielder to play well – his odds of +2000 are appealing.
England vs Denmark Team News
Teams for this semi-final are yet to be confirmed, but here are the best estimates on how England and Denmark will line up.
England predicted lineup
(4-2-3-1): Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Rice, Phillips; Saka, Mount, Sterling; Kane
Denmark predicted lineup
(3-4-3): Schmeichel; Christensen, Kjaer, Vestergaard; Stryger Larsen, Hojbjerg, Delaney, Maehle; Braithwaite, Dolberg, Damsgaard