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Denmark are winless in the last four head-to-head outings with Germany

Denmark sealed the second place in Group C after a goalless draw to Serbia on the final day of the group stage. They will now face hosts Germany in the round of 16 on Saturday evening at BVB Arena in Dortmund.

  • Germany won five and drew two of the last seven matches across competitions.
  • Denmark played three draws in Group C.
  • Denmark are winless in the last four head-to-head outings with Germany.
  • None of Denmark’s three group-stage games provided three or more goals.

Germany kept the positive momentum thanks to a late strike from super substitute Niclas Fullkrug in the last game of the group phase.

Fullkrug headed in his second goal of the tournament despite not starting a single of his team’s three matches in the competition.

The Mannschaft topped Group A with seven points after a 1-1 stalemate to Switzerland.

Denmark played one of the most boring matches ever at European Championships on Tuesday evening.

Luckily for head coach Kasper Hjulmand, such a result was good enough to launch the Danes at second place in an underwhelming Group C.

Germany vs Denmark Predicted Lineups and Team News

Julian Nagelsmann will have a big problem caused by the absence of Jonathan Tah. The reliable centre-back earned his second yellow card of the tournament against Switzerland. He is suspended for this tie.

Elsewhere, Fullkrug seriously threatens Kai Havertz’s No. 9 spot but we still expect to see the Arsenal forward leading the line for the hosts.

As for the Danes, they will be without midfielder Morten Hjulmand who is also suspended. We also expect to see Andreas Skov Olsen in the starting lineup in place of Jonas Wind on Saturday.

Germany (4-5-1): Neuer – Kimmich, Rudiger, Schlotterbeck, Mittelstadt – Andrich, Kroos, Musiala, Gundogan, Wirtz – Havertz

Denmark (3-5-2): Schmeichel – Andersen, Christensen, Vestergaard – Bah, Delaney, Hojbjerg, Maehle, Eriksen – Hojlund, Skov Olsen

The hosts should have too much for the Danes in Dortmund

Although Germany did not shine in the last group game against the Swiss team, there is a lot to like about their win at the 1.60 odds here.

First of all, they play in front of the home fans and they have shown impressive performances in the opening two matches.

Julian Nagelsmann’s men are unbeaten in seven straight outings across competitions, winning five games in the process.

It is a strong run if we know they’ve faced the likes of France, the Netherlands, and Ukraine along the way.

Denmark are also unbeaten in seven subsequent outings but they were far less convincing in the group stage.

The Danes advanced to the round of 16 after three draws in Group C. They’ve scored no more than two goals in the process.

Denmark are also winless in four consecutive meetings with the Mannschaft. We like the 1.60 odds offered for Germany’s win.