WAL vs DEN Dream11: The Euro 2020 returns later tonight, as Wales take on Denmark in Amsterdam for the Round of 16. Both sides finished as the runners up of Group A and B respectively, and will be keen on securing a win in order to advance into the Quarter Finals.
Wales did lose their last game to Italy by 1-0, but do have the resources to bounce back. The Dragons did have an impressive campaign the last time around as well, as they made it to the semis. Meanwhile, Denmark have had a story worth remembering so far. They lost one of their key players in the sense of Christian Eriksen due to a major health issue, and ended up losing their first two games, in spite of playing some quality football. However, the Danes sprung a remarkable comeback in their final group game against Russia as they dismantled them 4-1 and solidified a spot in the knockout stages. Denmark will be determined to go as far as possible in this tournament, and Wales will certainly be wary about it.
Date: June 27, Sunday
Kick-Off: 9:30 pm (ist)
Venue: Amsterdam Arena
The match will be broadcasted on the Sony Sports Network, and can be Streamed Live on Sony Liv.
Head to Head
From the last 10 meetings between the two sides, it’s Denmark who has the upper hand with six wins. Wales has won on secured wins on four occasions.
Injury Report and Unavailability: Ethan Ampadu misses out due to suspension.
Expected Changes and Strategy: D Ward should be starting in at goal, while, C Roberts, C Mepham, J Rodon and B Davies could line up in defence. D James, A Ramsey, J Allen and J Morrell could accommodate the midfield region. G Bale and K Moore are anticipated to lead the line of attack.
Danny Ward; Connor Roberts, Chris Mepham, Joe Rodon, Ben Davies; Daniel James, Aaron Ramsey, Joe Allen, Joe Morrell, Gareth Bale; Kieffer Moore.
Injury Report and Unavailability: Christian Eriksen is the only player ruled out due to his health condition.
Expected Changes and Strategy: K Schmeichel should be starting in at goal, while, A Christensen, S Kjaer, J Vestergaard could line up in defence. D Wass, P Emile Hojbjerg, T Delaney and J Maehle could feature in the midfield region. M Braithwaite, M Damsgaard and Y Poulsen could lead the offence.
Denmark Starting XI (Likely)
Kasper Schmeichel; Andreas Christensen, Simon Kjaer, Jannik Vestergaard; Daniel Wass, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Thomas Delaney, Joakim Maehle; Martin Braithwaite, Mikkel Damsgaard; Yussuf Poulsen.
Gareth Bale can play a pivotal role in the advanced region for Wales. The odds in favor of him scoring the first goal are 15/2. Gareth Bale has registered two assists from the three appearances so far.
The odds in favor of Yussuf Poulsen to score the first goal from Denmark are 15/2 as well. The RB Leipzig star man has two goals, and a pass accuracy of 72% from three appearances so far.
Aaron Ramsey can anchor the Wales midfield, and can earn the user significant points with his ability to pass and intercept. Ramsey has a goal to his name, while, having a pass accuracy of 80%.
Pierre Emile Hobjerc can also pack a punch from the midfield region for Denmark. The 25-year-old has three assists under his belt from the three games, and also has a pass accuracy of 85.6% in the process.
Gk: D Ward-II
Def: A Christiansen, D Wass, C Mepham, J Rodon
Mid: A Ramsey, P Hojbjerg, M Damsgaard
For: G Bale, Y Poulsen, K Moore
Both sides have some start players up their ranks, and it could turn out to be a closely contested affair. However, Denmark has looked more fluid and cohesive on the attack in recent times, which is why the WAL vs DEN Today Match Prediction odds are in favor of the Danes to get the win by 1.92 as per 1XBET.