Denmark odds: To win Euro 2020, how far will they go, top scorer and more
Denmark will be hoping to replicate their heroics of 1992 as they aim to end their silverware drought and defy the odds to lift the European Championship trophy.
The 1992 winners have had an inconsistent recent history in the competition having only qualified for one out of the previous three tournaments. Even when the Danes did qualify for Euro 2012 they could only manage one win in the group stage as they watched Germany and Portugal advance at their expense.
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With Kasper Hjulmand at the helm, the Denmark team includes a blend of experience and youth with a host of current and former Premier League players making up the starting XI. It seems to be working well for Hjulmand, with his side only losing twice in their last 23 games – both coming against Belgium.
Demark left it until their final qualifier to confirm their spot in this summer’s tournament. Despite not losing any of their eight fixtures, Denmark had to settle for second as Switzerland pipped them to the top spot by one point.
After a poor start with back-to-back defeats against Finland and Belgium, Rode-Hvide then racked up eight goals in their next games to beat Russia and Wales 4-1 and 4-0 respectively to reach the final eight stage.
And indeed, they’ve now gone a step further, beating Czech Republic 2-1 on Saturday to set up a Semi Final with England at Wembley Stadium.
Denmark Euro 2020 odds
After those thumping wins over Russia and Wales and with only four teams remaining in the tournament, Denmark’s odds have come in from the 25/1 available pre-tournament to 9/1 heading into the Semi Finals.
That still leaves them as the outsiders of the teams remaining but this is their best chance of reaching a final since 1992.
Denmark kicked off their Euro 2020 group stage against Finland in Copenhagen, before their games against Belgium and Russia.
Denmark Euro 2020 results
Group Stage – 12 June 2021: Denmark 0-1 Finland
Group Stage – 17 June 2021: Denmark 1-2 Belgium
Group Stage – 21 June 2021: Russia 1-4 Denmark
Round of 16 – 26 June 2021: Wales 0-4 Denmark
Quarter-finals – 3 July 2021: Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark
This is Denmark’s potential path to the final
Semi-finals: vs England, in London on July 7.
Denmark Golden Boot odds
Despite not starting any of the games in the group stages, Kasper Dolberg is on three goals for the tournament so far, but could still make a late surge for the golden boot if he continues the form he has shown in front of goal against Wales and the Czech Republic.