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Slovenia vs Denmark Euro 2024 Prediction: Who can claim the advantage in Group C?

Group C gets underway when Slovenia take on Denmark at Euro 2024. 

Slovenia vs Denmark Euro 2024 Prediction: Who can claim the advantage in Group C?

Slovenia vs Denmark Latest Prediction

Euro 2024

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Slovenia 0-2 Denmark
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Group C gets underway with two of the sides vying for qualification, alongside England, when Slovenia and Denmark meet in Stuttgart.

Denmark are the favourites ahead of the game, with Slovenia the rank outsiders in the group. History is on Denmark’s side too, with Slovenia failing to beat their opponents in any of their previous encounters.

Whoever wins this match will take a huge step towards qualifying from Group C, especially with both sides still having to play group favourites, England. Denmark should be able to find the three points, and we’re backing them to do that whilst also keeping a clean sheet.

We’ll also have more tips here closer to the time so make sure you check back closer to kick off for all of our best tips and predictions.

Slovenia and Denmark open their Euro 2024 accounts on June 16 in Stuttgart with both searching for three points to kickstart their campaign. `

Both Slovenia and Denmark qualified for Euro 2024 from the same group, Group H, and also shared identical records across 10 games, with seven wins, one draw and two losses. Denmark topped the group due to having a better head to head record against Slovenia, their 2-1 win in Copenhagen proving pivotal.

Slovenia Latest Team News

Slovenia built their qualification to Euro 2024 off the back of a sturdy defence that only conceded nine times. There are no household names in the back four but football fans will be familiar with Jan Oblak in goal, following his consistent excellent performances for Atletico Madrid over the past decade. 

In attack, Benjamin Šeško has been a key player for Slovenia since his debut in 2021. The Leipzig forward has 11 goals for his nation, with five of those coming in the qualifying campaign for this competition.

Slovenia’s chances of success this summer may well hinge on how well those two players perform for them. If Oblak can frustrate the forwards of Denmark, and England, and Šeško can continue his good form they have an outside chance of qualifying for their first tournament knockout stage.

Denmark Latest Team News

There are plenty of players within the Danish squad that will be familiar to fans of English football. Their latest squad included nine players who ply their trade in England, with eyes drawn to Manchester United duo, Rasmus Hojlund and Christian Eriksen.

Kasper Hjulmand is the man who led this side to the semi-final of Euro 2020 and he continues to be in charge here. He’ll be hoping to go at least one step further and he’s certainly got plenty of experience within his squad with at least eight players who have 30 or more caps likely to be named in his squad.

With England up next for Denmark, a win in this game could be pivotal for the Danish side. A win here and they relieve a lot of pressure but failing to pick up three points means their match with England will be even more important if they hope to make it out of Group C.

Slovenia vs Denmark Head to Head

Slovenia and Denmark have played each other six times in their history, with Denmark coming out on top in five of those matches. The solitary draw between the nations came in qualifying for Euro 2024, with Slovenia claiming a 1-1 draw in Ljubljana.

Slovenia vs Denmark H2H
Date Score Ground
17/11/23 1-2 Parken Stadion, Copenhagen
19/06/23 1-1 Stozice Stadium, Ljubljana
06/02/08 1-2 Sportni Park, Domzale
25/04/01 0-3 Idraetsparken, Copenhagen
30/04/97 0-4 Idraetsparken, Copenhagen

 

How to watch Slovenia vs Denmark Live

Group C sees Slovenia take on Denmark at Stuttgart Arena, Stuttgart on June 16 and all of the action will be live on ITV1 and STV, as well as online on the ITV website. 

Every game at Euro 2024 will be shown live on either BBC or ITV, with the two platforms sharing the broadcast rights.