Georgia vs Denmark Predictions

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Georgia drew their midweek friendly against South Korea 2-2 but haven’t played a competitive match since being hammered 5-1 by Denmark in June. The visitors claimed a 6-0 victory away at Gibraltar on Thursday night and sit second in Group D behind the Republic of Ireland but have played one game less and would go top with a win on Sunday.

All of the stats suggest that Demark will indeed claim all three points from their trip to Georgia and that both teams will get on the scoreboard in the process.

Denmark are unbeaten against Georgia, with the pair meeting four times, and have won the last three encounters. Both teams scored in each of the four previous encounters between these two countries and Denmark claimed 5-1 when the pair last met in June. Dolberg netted twice during that match and Eriksen, Poulsen, and Braithwaite all got their names on the scoresheet, while Lobjanidze scored Georgia’s consolation goal that day.

The form of both teams suggests that the visitors will win on Sunday, as Georgia have lost three of their last six internationals, against Denmark 5-1, Republic of Ireland 1-0, and Switzerland 2-0, while Denmark are unbeaten in their last eleven games and haven’t lost any of their last five on the road.

However, we are expecting goals at both ends of the pitch this Sunday because both teams scored in three of Georgia’s and five of Denmark’s last six matches and both teams have only kept one clean sheet in their last six attempts. Georgia don’t possess the same level of quality in their players as their guests do but they do carry a threat going forward. Denmark look full of confidence and self-belief and know that a win will take them to the top of a group that really they should be winning with relative ease.

We’re confident that Denmark will win and both teams will score on Sunday and have predicted a final scoreline of 3-1. Denmark battered Georgia 5-1 in the reverse fixture a few months ago and while they might not score as many goals this weekend they will still be expecting to beat a team that have lost three of its opening four qualifiers.

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