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Denmark vs Serbia Predictions

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Over 2.5 Match Goals

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Denmark 2-1

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Christian Eriksen To Score Anytime

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Tip Reasoning

  • Four of the last six games to feature Denmark have contained a minimum of three goals.
  • Three of Serbia’s last four outings, meanwhile, have contained three goals or more.
  • Denmark have scored 18 goals in eight games since their semi-final elimination at Euro 2020.

Denmark can entertain again on Eriksen homecoming

Christian Eriksen scored just two minutes after coming off the bench for his emotional Denmark return in Saturday’s friendly against the Netherlands, in which the Danes went down 4-2 in an absorbing contest, and will make his Copenhagen homecoming when Denmark welcome Serbia on Tuesday night.

That defeat was the second Kasper Hjulmand’s side have suffered in succession, but just the third in their last 12 games, a run which stretches back to a Euro 2020 group-stage loss to Belgium. Denmark, now ranked ninth in the world, have been hitting the net frequently over the past few months, hitting 18 goals in eight games since their Euro 2020 elimination by England, having also scored 11 goals in six games at last summer’s tournament.

Serbia are joining Denmark in preparing for the World Cup, and after topping a qualification group which included Portugal, will be no pushovers in Copenhagen. The Serbs are unbeaten in eight games, and have won consecutive away games in Portugal and Hungary. With Aleksandar Mitrovic, scorer of 35 goals in 37 Fulham appearances this term, leading the line, they should provide a goal threat.

Back over 2.5 goals in Copenhagen clash, while Eriksen can net again

Indeed, over 2.5 goals have been scored in four of Denmark’s last six games, and in three of the last four to feature their visitors. Given the free-flowing nature of the Danes’ last friendly outing, backing over 2.5 goals to be scored looks a good punt for Tuesday night.

Meanwhile, a 2-1 win for the hosts could represent a decent correct score prediction, with the Danes winning both of the two previous meetings between the teams.

Furthermore, Eriksen will start on his homecoming international after suffering a cardiac arrest on this ground last June. Correct score punters should definitely have an eye on the supremely talented Brentford man, who will be certain to take both free kicks and penalties on his big night.

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