Wales v Denmark Preview, Betting Tips And Enhanced Odds

Betting preview, tips and enhanced odds for Friday’s Nations League clash between Wales and Denmark.

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Wales sit top of League B4 two points clear of Denmark who make the trip to the Cardiff City Stadium hoping for a repeat of their 2-0 win in the earlier round. Form Labs return with their preview and betting tips for the game and if you are looking for some value for Friday night then check out our enhanced acca here!

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Wales Top Of The Group

Wales are two points ahead of Denmark at the top of Group B4, making this a vital encounter for both teams on the path to Euro 2020. Ryan Giggs’ men will likely need the full three points having lost at Ceres Park in the reverse fixture, as a draw would leave the Danes with their destiny in their own hands – a win over bottom-of-the-table Ireland in the last group game would then see them leapfrog the Welsh.

The Dragons have gone W3-D1-L3 from their seven games under new management, with their only victories in this time coming against an awful China team and twice against a limited Ireland. If we look at their other matches, we can see that they’ve lost to Uruguay, Denmark and Spain, while holding Mexico to a stalemate. However, that draw was an impressive display from a weakened side without Gareth Bale against a Mexican outfit preparing for the World Cup, showing they have some real fight in them.

Denmark’s Recent Form

Excluding Denmark’s 3-0 friendly defeat to Slovakia when fielding a team of amateurs back in September, Age Hareide’s men remain unbeaten since November 2016 over 90 minutes from 22 matches. That includes their recent World Cup run to the Last-16 before eventual runners-up Croatia knocked them out on penalties, as they also held winners France in Russia. In fact, Denmark have drawn half of those 22 matches, with six finishing 0-0 and five 1-1.

Indeed, 11 of their 12 matches this year have seen fewer than three strikes with the only exception that defeat to Slovakia, while six of these saw just one goal or less. As an away side during this period, the Danes failed to score in either of their two road trips with both finishing goalless.

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Wales To Rely On Defence?

Wales haven’t exactly been prolific in the goal scoring department either with just six goals from their last six matches, with five of them coming against Ireland and the other a late consolation away in Spain – failing to score past any of Uruguay, Mexico or Denmark. However, they can rely on their defence as only free scoring Spain scored more than twice against them and excluding them, they’ve conceded just four goals from their six matches under Giggs. A slight concern for the Dragons will be that Ben Davies is suspended while Wales’ talisman Gareth Bale is an injury doubt, and without the latter they tend to struggle. They’ve scored just six goals in the 11 matches where he’s played less than half an hour or didn’t feature at all since the start of 2016, failing to score more than a single strike in any of them as they drew on four occasions.

Wales v Denmark Betting Tips

We’re not expecting a similar trouncing from this conservative Danish outfit as with La Roja. As previously mentioned, a point is a decent result for them and so we don’t see them taking too many risks, making the low scoring draw an appealing option. With a cagey affair expected, we’ll also side with the 0-0 half-time correct score. Eight of Wales’ last 13 have been goalless at the break, as have seven of Denmark’s last 10 when excluding that game against Slovakia.

Half-Time Score 0-0 at 2.3

Draw & Under 2.5 Goals at 3.45

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UEFA Nations League Enhanced Acca Betting Preview, Tips and Odds – 16/11/2018

 

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