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Denmark vs Serbia Predictions

Published on 7:00pm GMT 25 June 2024

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Denmark to Win

Reason for tip

Serbia have lost 10 of their last 14 games at major tournaments and this group were particularly poor in Qatar. Denmark improved in their second game and made the semis of the Euros three years ago, while they had won eight of 10 games ahead of making an unbeaten start to this tournament. Given how Serbia toiled through their first two games in Germany, back a win for the Danes.

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Denmark 2-1

Reason for tip

Both teams have scored in Denmark’s last four games, while Serbia finished the qualifying campaign with BTTS landing in six straight matches. The Serbians shipped eight goals in three games in Qatar and they’ve struggled to keep opponents quiet in Germany, so back Denmark for a 2-1 victory over a side who tend to fall apart on the biggest stage.

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Pierre Hojbjerg To Score Anytime

Reason for tip

Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has made a bright start at Euro 2024, with six shots from his first two games. Of those strikes, four have been on target. The Dane clearly isn’t afraid to have a shot from range, a tactic which has paid off at this tournament so far. Serbia give away chances and with Hojbjerg seeing his fellow central midfielders score in the last two games he’s a good bet to notch on Monday.

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Denmark vs Serbia Predictions

  • Denmark won eight of 10 games ahead of the Euros
  • Serbia have won just two of their last 14 major tournament games, losing 10 times
  • Serbia needed a late equaliser to avoid a damaging loss to Slovenia
  • Denmark impressed against England and made the semis of this competition three years ago

Two sides chase their first win

The format of the Euros may be clunky, but it does set up interesting fixtures like this one. Neither Denmark nor Serbia have won so far at this tournament, but they still have a real shot at making the last 16.

There’s little chance of these two sides qualifying together, with the Danes taking two points from two games and Serbia scoring a late equaliser against Slovenia to avoid losing their first two. However, with Slovenia firm underdogs against top side England, a win for either Denmark or Serbia should send them into second place.

Will Serbia falter again?

This is Serbia’s first appearance at the Euros as an independent nation, but they have qualified for four of the last five World Cups. During that spell, their record has been incredibly poor. They’ve made four group stage exits despite their talent, losing nine of 12 games.

Across their last 14 matches at major tournaments, Serbia have won just twice. Their tournament struggles were clear in Qatar at the last World Cup, where they conceded eight goals and managed only a point despite plenty of hype in the build-up.

Those issues have followed them into this tournament. Serbia lost to a disjointed England side in their opener and they trailed Slovenia until the last moments of what should have been their most winable fixture. Given the stakes of this final group game, they could struggle to see off Denmark.

Danes can get over the line

Denmark only took a point from Slovenia but they were much improved against England in their second game. The Danes were worth at least a point in that clash and they should hope to take plenty of positives from that display.

The Danish have a solid defence and a midfield which looks tidy in possession, but they’re missing goals with forward Rasmus Hojlund quiet so far. The midfielders have been stepping up, with Christian Eriksen scoring in their opener and Morten Hjulmund netting from range against England. Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg has done his best to follow suit, with six shots including four efforts on target. He continues to get into good positions, making him a good anytime goalscorer option.

While the Danes also underperformed in Qatar, they made the semis of the Euros three years ago and they look good for a spot in the last 16. They had won eight of 10 games heading into the tournament and they’ve looked bright going forward in both games. With Serbia showing real defensive vulnerability at major tournaments, back the Danes to do enough to get the win.

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