September 21, 2022 Sports Betting
On Thursday, In the finals of the 2022-23 UEFA National League when they renew hostilities with Croatia in League A Group 1 at the Maksimir Stadium, Denmark can keep a place.
The Chequered Ones are currently in second place with nine points, one place and two points behind Kasper Hjulmand’s team, who are currently in first place.
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With a 1-0 victory over France in their most recent Nations League match, Croatia added insult to injury for a woebegone Bleus team, exacting some sort of retaliation on the French team four years after they were demoted to second place at the 2018 World Cup.
Luka Modric’s fifth-minute penalty settled the match in June and made it clear that France would not be making the finals, despite Didier Deschamps’s reigning champions charming to deceive in the Nations League and now assured to lose their hold on the title.
In contrast, Croatia has every reason to think that they will earn a position in the next round after Zlatko Dalic’s team earned seven of the possible 12 points in June, moving them into second place overall and two points behind Denmark and three ahead of Austria, who they will play on September 25.
Croatia’s hopes of winning the Nations League would thus be dashed if they were defeated on Thursday. The Chequered Ones finished third in both the 2018–19 and 2020–21 competitions, but fortune has been on their side since Euro 2020.
Indeed, since being eliminated in the round of 16 at the continental championships, Dalic’s team has won 13 of their last 14 games overall. Dalic is getting ready to take his team into Group F of the 2022 World Cup along with Belgium, Canada, and Morocco.
Denmark’s strategy on Thursday is straightforward: win, and their place in the Nations League finals will be assured. Kasper Hjulmand’s tenacious crop has handled themselves with professionalism and aplomb despite being partnered with the current World Cup champions and runners-up from 2018.
Denmark finished a successful month of June with a 2-0 victory over Austria in their most recent match. Jonas Wind and Andreas Skov Olsen scored goals inside the first 45 minutes to give Denmark nine points from their first four games in League A Group 1.
The 2022-23 Nations League away games for the Euro 2020 semi-finalists have so far resulted in 2-1 triumphs against France and Austria, so they are sure that they cannot fall into Group B no matter what might happens this month.
Denmark hasn’t participated in a draw in any competition since June 2021, when it was tied 1-1 by Germany in a friendly. Now, the 10th-ranked country in the world can look forward to matches against France, Tunisia, and Australia in World Cup Group D.
It was Mario Pasalic who scored Croatia’s lone goal in their 1-0 victory over Denmark back in June. It was the Chequered Ones’ third straight victory over the group leaders, who haven’t won this match since 1999.
Even though, Denmark does not like draws, rustiness might play for both teams after three months with no international action, and June’s matchup was ridiculously close
We wouldn’t be surprised to see this one end scoreless as the match for the first place goes down to the wire. The two defenses should feel capable of securing their opponents’ attackers at bay, especially with Denmark a light in that area.