With wins over Wales and Belgium, England will be looking to build upon this wins this week in the UEFA Nations League. The match schedules for Wednesday at Wembley with kickoff at9:45 pm.
The Three Lions are currently at the top of Group A2 standings following their last win over Belgium on Sunday. The Danes registered a 3-0 win over Iceland in their last recent match that keeps their match alive.
The first half of their match for England showed the difference that existed between the Three Lions and Belgium. Dier gave off a simple penalty that was converted by Lukaku on his return to Wembley Stadium.
A penalty shot by Marcus Rashford and a deflected goal by Mason Mount earned Southgate‘s a 2-1 comeback win. The win puts the side at the top of their Group A3 with one point better of Belgium and three points ahead of Denmark. Iceland is currently at the bottom of the table without any points.
England currently won 20 of their 21 competitive matches on home soil. However, the side will face a hard time against Denmark when the side met over a month ago at Copenhagen.
Denmark shared their spoils last month against England. It followed with a 4-0 thrashing of the Faroe Islands in a friendly. A point will be the main target for their trip to Wembley Stadium.
England vs. Denmark Head to Head
Both sides have 21 games against each other, with England taking home `14 wins while Denmark with three wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
England 2-1 Belgium
England 3-0 Wales
Denmark 0-0 England
Iceland 0-1 England
Kosovo 0-4 England
Iceland 0-3 Denmark
Denmark 4-0 Faroe Islands
Denmark 0-0 England
Danes 0-2 Belgium
Ireland 0-0 Denmark
England Team News
Despite an uproar by Joe Mourinho over the fitness of his talisman Harry Kane with a minor injury issue, Southgate looks set to call-up the England captain. Calvert-Lewin might have to start on the bench this Wednesday. Jadon Sancho might ease back into the starting XI, forcing mason Mount out cold.
Denmark Team News
Martin Braithwaite and Christian Eriksen started in their previous two matches and look unlikely to rest on this big occasion. Mathias Jensen might provide some fresh legs after being unused as a sub in their last outing.
Prediction and Odds
Despite a stalemate in their last encounter, we believe the taste of Southgate’s victory will respond with a win.
Goals Under 3.5
Most Goals: 2H