Germany vs Denmark – Euro 2024 Betting Tips & Match Predictions

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Germany are favourites but face a potentially tough challenge as they are set to play against Denmark in the last 16 of Euro 2024. Check our Germany vs Denmark predictions before betting!

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Germany vs Denmark Betting Tips

  • Bet on Germany to win- 1.59 at Betway.
  • Bet on Germany to win 1-0- 5.20 at Betfred.
  • Bet on Nicholas Fullkrug to score- 3 at Betway.

Bet on Germany to win

Germany have not won the European Championship since 1996 and will be hungry to put on a good showing on their home turf. They have also underachieved in major international competitions since they won the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

The recent games between the teams have been close. Three out of the last four games between them have been draws. They met in Euro 2012 as Germany prevailed 2-1.

Germany should just about get the job done in this game and record a narrow win.

Bet on Germany to win 1-0

It will be a tight game. Denmark are capable of doing well in this tournament against the big-guns as they reached the semi-final of the last tournament. This current Germany side is also not as clinical as that of yesteryear.

It will be very close but Germany’s 12th man, i.e the fans should do their job as well and help the host nation to the narrowest of wins.

Bet on Nichols Fullkrug to score

Fullkrug is not the flashiest of attackers but he has become a dependable player for Germany in recent years. This game will be a very physical encounter. Fullkrug tends to thrive in physical encounters which also bodes well for him potentially scoring in this game.

What the managers say?

Jonathan Tah will miss the game for Germany through suspension after he received a booking in his nation’s 1-1 draw with Switzerland. Germany coach Julian Nagelsmann felt the booking was unfair.

“The yellow card for (Jonathan) Tah was unjustified, which is annoying. But we have enough quality to compensate for that.”

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