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Australia vs Denmark Women’s World Cup 2023 predictions: tips, odds & team news

Australia and Denmark meet at Stadium Australia for a place in the 2023 Women’s World Cup quarter-finals on Monday (11:30am UK time).

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Australia v Denmark – Women’s World Cup

It was at this stage in 2019 that saw Australia bowed out. That setback ended a run of three straight Women’s World Cup quarter-final berths. With or without their influential captain Sam Kerr the Matildas are seeking a fourth last-eight appearance. Tony Gustavsson’s side progressed as Group B winners. An opening round win over the Republic of Ireland was followed by a shock loss to Nigeria things were more straightforward the next time out as Australia ran out 4-0 winners against Olympic gold medalist Canada.

Denmark are chasing history. Since the WWC expanded to include knockout rounds the Danes have never picked up a victory at this stage of the competition. Their campaign began with a 1-0 win over China before suffering the same result against England but dusted themselves off and beat Haiti to finish as Group D runners-up. Pernille Harder scored in that aforementioned Haiti win and The Red and White need another performance from the Bayern Munich forward if they are to record a first-ever Women’s World Cup knockout victory.


Australia vs Denmark predictions

Australia vs Denmark: Predictions

Bet Prediction Best odds
BTTS? Yes 11/10 with Unibet
Correct Score  2-1 8/1 with Bet365
First Goalscorer Hayley Raso 10/1 with Bet365

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The stats behind our Australia vs Denmark predictions:

  • Denmark scored in two of their opening three 2023 Women’s World Cup matches.
  • Australia scored in all of their 2023 Women’s World Cup matches to date.
  • Denmark failed to score in two of their last eight international matches.
  • Australia scored at least two goals in 10 of their last 13 international matches.
  • Hayley Raso opened the scoring in Australia’s last game, the second time she’s done this in 2023.

Australia vs Denmark match tip

Caitlin Foord to score anytime @ 12/5 with Betfair

In the absence of Sam Kerr, it’s Caitlin Foord who Australia has looked to and for good reason, the forward comes into this round of 16 matches having registered seven goals across her last 11 international matches.

Australia vs Denmark Bet-Builder tip

Over 2.5 goals & BTTS Yes with Unibet

Games involving Australia are often goal-laden; in fact, eight of the last 13 international matches featuring the Matildas have seen over 2.5 goals scored, meanwhile, they’ve scored in all of their 2023 Women’s World Cup matches while Denmark has failed to score in two of their last eight international matches.

Australia vs Denmark head-to-head record

  • 11 October 2022 – Denmark 1-3 Australia – International Friendly
  • 10 June 2021 – Denmark 3-2 Australia – International Friendly
  • 8 March 2017 – Australia 1-1 Denmark – Algarve Cup
  • 2 November 2006 – Australia 1-2 Denmark – International Friendly
  • 14 March 1999 – Australia 1-1 Denmark – International Friendly

The most recent meeting saw Australia beat Denmark for the first time in their history using a formation that sparked their good form heading into the tournament: the 4-4-2. The Matildas will be hoping that the third match between the teams in as many years is another chapter in their wider story of success.

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