Wales were everybody’s second team during their tun to the semi-finals of Euro 2016 and lightning may just be about to strike again five years on.
Rob Page’s men have shown the same levels of quality and battling spirit five years on but are cast in the roles of villains on Saturday afternoon when they look to end Denmark’s fairy tale in this exciting Round of 16 clash.
Wales vs Denmark Odds Comparison:
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Wales Stats and Facts
- Only Hungary and Sweden have had lower average possession than Wales at 39.7%
- Gareth Bale has made two assists in three games, only two players have more
- Wales players have been fouled 40 times but already been shown five yellow cards and one red
Denmark Stats and Facts
- Two of Denmark’s five goals were outside the box and none has been scored by a header
- Nobody made more assists than Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg in the Euro 2020 group stages
- After losing 1-0 to Finland in uniquely challenging circumstances, Denmark’s next two matches averaged four goals
Wales Players to Watch Out For
- Gareth Bale is yet to score at Euro 2020 but his influence has been felt with two assists and some all-round quality play.
- Aaron Ramsey is Wales’ only other top-class player but Kieffer Moore is a handful up front while Harry Wilson, Daniel James and David Brooks are all capable of moments of magic.
Denmark Players to Watch Out For
- In the absence of Christian Eriksen, Yussuf Poulsen has taken on the mantel of being Denmark’s talisman. He is the Dane’s top scorer with two goals and will be the main threat to Wales’ defence.
- Denmark will be tough to break down with Kasper Schmeichel in goal behind a settled back three of Simon Kjaer, Jannik Vestergaard and Andreas Christensen.
Wales vs Denmark Best Bet
Wales are up against it according to the bookies but they relish being the underdogs and will be able to use their effective counterattacking approach so look a good price to us at 4/1 with 888sport.
Wales vs Denmark Betting Odds
Wales and Denmark both have a spirit that makes them more than the sum of their parts. That fighting spirit should ensure this is a close-run match.
Wales To Win Odds
Wales know they are in for a tough task but they know their job inside out and always have a chance with Bale and Ramsey so 4/1 is a tempting price.
Wales vs Denmark Draw Odds
There is every chance that it could take more than 90 minutes to separate these two so the draw will prove a popular bet at 11/5 with Virgin Bet.
Denmark To Win Odds
Denmark will have more fans than Wales in Amsterdam which is one reason they are the favourites at 17/20
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Where can I watch Wales vs Denmark?
The match will be shown live by the BBC and S4C on TV and online.
What happened the last time Wales played Denmark?
Denmark took a 2-0 lead over Wales in a UEFA Nations League match in Cardiff and saw out the win despite a late Gareth Bale goal.
What are Wales and Denmark’s chances of winning Euro 2020?
Neither side is among the favourites to win Euro 2020 with Denmark at 20/1 with Virgin Bet and Wales 80/1 with TonyBet.
Will Wales fans be allowed to attend the match?
In short, no. The Dutch authorities have banned Wales fans from entering the country so this could feel a bit like a home match for Denmark.