Australia will face Denmark in the upcoming World Cup on Wednesday.
Australia are looking for a 0-1 win over Tunisia in their final World Cup match. In this game, Australia had 42% possession and 2 of 9 attempts at goal were shots on goal. Mitchell Duke was the only player to score for the Australian team (23′). Tunisia managed 13 shots, including 4 shots.
The Australian national team scored a total of 7 goals in the last 6 matches. Instead, the number of goals conceded in that match is 5.
Fans traveling with Denmark after their last World Cup defeat against France will be expecting better results here. In this game, Denmark had 51% possession and had 10 shots, 2 of which were shots on goal.
Andreas Christensen was the only player to score for Denmark (68′). France, on the other hand, made 21 attempts, 7 of which were shots on goal. Kylian Mbappe (61′, 86′) became the scorer of the French national team. Kasper Hjulmand’s Denmark have scored 6 successful goals in their last 6 matches. The total number of goals scored in that period is 5.
We think Denmark should create enough chances to find the back of the net on a few occasions without facing Australia who may struggle to score.
So at the end of the game we see a typical Danish score of 0-2.
The previous league match between the two teams took place on 21 June 2018 in the second leg of the World Cup, with Denmark drawing 1–1 with Australia.
In this match, Denmark had 48% of the ball and had 10 attempts on goal out of 5. Christian Eriksen (7′) scored the goal.
Australia had 14 attempts on goal, 5 of which hit the bar. The mark for Mile Jedi (38′).
Kye Rowles, Aziz Behich, Matthew Leckie, Jackson Irvine, Aaron Mooy, Riley McGree, Craig Goodwin and Mitchell Duke, Mathew Ryan, Fran Karacic, Harry Souttar.
Rasmus Kristensen, P. Hoejbjerg, Christian Eriksen, Joakim Maehle, Andreas Skov Olsen, Kasper Dolberg and Mikkel Damsgaard, Kasper Schmeichel, Joachim Andersen, Simon Kjaer, Andreas Christensen.
Sports18 broadcasts this match and Jio Cinema telecasts this match.