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Denmark vs Kazakhstan Predictions & Betting Tips, Match Previews

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Denmark vs Kazakhstan Predictions

Denmark suffered defeat last time out as they hosted Montenegro and came away empty handed thanks to a first half goal from the visitors. This followed on from their 3-2 defeat in Poland and kept their points tally on just three after three games, with those all thanks to a slim victory over Armenia.

They do have cause for promise for the upcoming game though as they face a Kazakhstan side who remain winless after three qualifying games. In fairness to them, the visitors have looked solid at home with draws against both Poland and Romania, but on the road they turn into a shambles. This was made evident by a 5-0 hammering in Montenegro, and it’s a stark contrast to their form earlier in the year.

Kazakhstan actually went four games unbeaten in matches in March and June, with all five of those being away from home. Three of those were victories against Latvia, Azerbaijan, and China, whilst they drew 1-1 with Georgia as well.

Truth be told all of these opponents are of a lower quality than the likes of Denmark, and despite their disappointing loss to Montenegro they still have a decent home record of six wins, two draws, and two defeats in their last ten games at home.

The hosts are the definite favourites for this one, and it’s easy to see why. They have a number of really talented players such as Christian Eriksen and Simon Kjaer, the former of which could be a good option for an anytime goalscorer bet considering his influence to the Danish side.

Kazakhstan, on the other hand, have a squad made up entirely of players playing domestically in the country. With none of these up to the standard of top level European football it’s easy to see why they struggle away from home. They have lost five of their last seven competitive games on the road as well.

Seven of Kazakhstan’s last ten competitive games on the road have resulted in at least three goals being scored, whilst Denmark have seen high scoring games in seven of their last 11 at home. This makes odds of 4/5 for Over 2.5 Goals look a very good option considering Kazakhstan’s awful defence away from home, and I’m also backing a 3-1 win for Denmark at 11/1 as well.

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