For the second time in a row, Wales are into the knockout rounds of the European Championships after taking four points from three Group A games. The Dragons now face a Denmark side who saved their campaign with a resounding 4-1 win over Russia on matchday three after losing their opening two games against Finland and Denmark.
Wales reached the semi-finals in 2016 before finally falling to Portugal. Denmark, meanwhile, won this tournament in 1992 but have made it past the group stage for just the second time since then.
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Wales vs Denmark: Match Stats
In 10 previous meetings, there has never been a draw between Wales and Denmark.
Denmark became the first team in European Championship history to reach the knockout stages of the competition having lost their first two group games.
Wales have now reached the knockout stages in all three of their appearances at major tournaments (EUROs & World Cup) – the 1958 World Cup, EURO 2016 and EURO 2020.
Denmark recorded 59 shots in the group stages, with their average of 19.7 shots per game their highest on record in a major tournament (Euros and World Cup).
Wales have had a combined 97 shot attempts at EURO 2016 and EURO 2020, with 49 of those coming from Gareth Bale (33) and Aaron Ramsey (16), equating to just over half of their total efforts at goal.
In their 4-1 win against Russia, Mikkel Damsgaard became Denmark’s youngest ever goalscorer at a major tournament (20y 353d). The striker has been involved in six goals in his five appearances in all competitions for the Danes (3 goals, 3 assists).
Pierre-Emile Højbjerg has three assists in his three games so far at EURO 2020, with no Denmark player recording more at a single edition of a World Cup or European Championship before.
Wales vs Denmark: Corner Stats
Wales have won just 12 corners across their three Euro 2020 games so far, while only Switzerland (22), Spain and Turkey (both 20) have had more than Denmark (18).
Wales vs Denmark: Cards Stats
Wales received five yellow cards during the group stages, while Ethan Ampadu was sent off against Italy. Denmark were cautioned four times.
16 November 2018 – Wales 1-2 Denmark – Uefa Nations League
9 September 2018 – Denmark 2-0 Wales – Uefa Nations League
19 November 2008 – Denmark 0-1 Wales – International friendly
09 June 1999 – Wales 0-2 Denmark – European Championships qualifying
10 October 1998 – Denmark 1-2 Wales – European Championships qualifying
There have been no draws in the 10 previous meetings between these two nations, with Wales winning four and Denmark winning six. The Danes have been victorious in three of their last four meetings with the Dragons.