England and Denmark meet in the Women’s World Cup knowing qualification for the last 16 could be secured on Friday at 9:30am (UK time).
England vs Denmark odds
England vs Denmark odds
|England Women||Draw||Denmark Women|
|2/5 @ Sky Bet||16/5 @ Sky Bet||7/1 @ Sky Bet|
European champions England came into the World Cup without a win in normal time in three competitive matches plus one behind-closed-doors friendly, though they did claim the inaugural Women’s Finalissima against Brazil on penalties. The Lionesses were also goalless in three games and did look pretty nervy in front of goal in their World Cup opener against an impressive Haiti side making their debut. However, Georgia Stanway’s first-half penalty was enough to secure all there points for England and they’ll be hoping to build on it.
Back at the World Cup for the first time since 2007, Denmark looked to be marking their return to the world stage with a goalless draw against China but Amalie Vangsgaard scored in the 89th minute to hand the European nation the victory. Now, they’re looking to reach the knockout stages of the World Cup for the first time since 1995 and win more than one game at a single tournament for the first time ever.
England vs Denmark predictions
England vs Denmark: Predictions
|BTTS?||Yes||13/8 with Sky Bet|
|Correct score||2-1||8/1 with Bet365|
|First Goalscorer||Rachel Daly||7/2 with Ladbrokes|
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The stats behind our England vs Denmark predictions:
- England have won 17 of their 18 competitive games under Sarina Wiegman.
- Denmark have scored five of their seven games this year.
- England have only failed to score four times in 32 official games under Wiegman.
- England are unbeaten in their past 26 games against fellow European nations.
- Rachel Daly scored 22 goals in 22 games in the 2022/23 WSL season.
England vs Denmark goalscorer tip
Rachel Daly started on the bench against Haiti but given England’s woes in front of goal there is every chance she could come into the XI. In her 14-minute cameo last time out, Daly had three shots with two on target, while she also won the Golden Boot in the WSL last season with 22 goals for Aston Villa.
England vs Denmark Bet-Builder tip
Although they did taste defeat for the first time under Sarina Wiegman in a friendly against Australia, England have won 17 of their 18 competitive games under Sarina Wiegman and the only match they officially failed to win was the Women’s Finalissima, which they did take on penalties. In their first game against Haiti, England nine shots in the first half compared to 12 after the break, while Denmark had just two in the opening 45 minutes of their win over China compared to 11 after half-time.
England vs Denmark team news
England have a fresh squad for their second group game against Denmark but there will be question marks over who starts up front between Alessia Russo and Rachel Daly. Bethany England is the third striker option but appears to be out of favour with Wiegman despite her good form for Tottenham in the second half of the WSL season.
England team news
Pernille Harder led the line for Denmark in their win over China, picked ahead of Signe Bruun and Amalie Vangsgaard. Despite the latter coming off the bench to score the winner, Harder is likely to start up front once more, with no injury issues.
Denmark team news
England vs Denmark head-to-head record
- 25 May 2019 – England 2-0 Denmark – Friendly
- 1 July 2017 – Denmark 1-2 England – Friendly
- 22 July 2009 – England 1-0 Denmark – Friendly
- 8 June 2005 – England 1-2 Denmark – Euro 2005
- 19 February 2004 – England 2-0 Denmark – Friendly
England have won eight of their last 15 games against Denmark, but the Danes did win the most recent competitive fixture at Euro 2005.
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