Denmark vs France (Nations League: MD 5) – Preview, News, Odds & Betting Tips 25/09/22

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Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction One – France Double chance – 1.30.

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Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction Two – Total Goals Over 1.5 – 1.37.

Bookmaker Ratings: Prediction Three – Both teams to score – Yes – 1.92


Match Predict – France Double Chance

Shockingly with all the superstars found in the squad, the French National team could not grab a single win in their last four games internationally, in all competitions. Les Parisiennes are now ready to face Denmark who stands at the top of the table to secure at least a single point and take it back to Paris from Denmark.

Total Goals – Under 1.5

After many changes, alterations, and adjustments, Didier Deschamps still could not find the exact effective partnership for his defensive line. Will he use Arsenal’s, William Saliba? As happened in the first round, where France hosted Denmark and lost the game 1-2 an open game occurred with three total goals as we expect the scenario to be repeated.

Both teams to score – yes

France owns the best offensive players with names such as Kylian Mbappe, Griezmann, Coman, and also future Ballon D’or winner, Karim Benzema, who participated in the first round of the Nations League. France has scored a total of three goals in 4 games and conceded 5 while Denmark scored six goals in four games. We are certain that both national teams will have the chance to score.

Preliminary Review and Match Prediction for Denmark vs France



The Danish National team is experiencing one of the most successful and enjoyable eras they have been through throughout the history of the country. Currently, Denmark is ranked number 10 in the Fifa Rankings of 2022. Lastly, Denmark had an amazing season after they successfully qualified for the World Cup which will be held in Qatar in November 2022. They dominated their table while Ukraine and Scotland elongated the process after they recently played their matchup game. Despite the difficulties and the heartbreaking scenes that happened during the Euro Cup where the current Manchester United Star, Christian Eriksen, suffered a very serious medical condition as he suddenly collapsed and his teammates made an amazing gesture by covering the cameras and supporting the player alone, Denmark is back and are no dominating their UEFA Nations League group where another two competitive national teams are found, Croatia and France. In their last 5 games in all competitions, Denmark won four of them as they now lead their table with nine points in their four games played. Statistically speaking, Denmark is playing amazing football as they have scored a total of six goals in four games and have an amazing defensive line by conceding three goals in four games. We expect a balanced game against France as the Danish will keep fighting till the end.


Denmark’s Nations League squad:


 GK: Kasper Schmeichel, Nice

  • GK: Frederik Ronnow, Union Berlin 
  • GK: Oliver Christensen, Hertha Berlin 
  • DF: Simon Kjaer, AC Milan
  • DF: Joachim Andersen, Crystal Palace 
  • DF: Joakim Maehle, Atalanta
  • DF: Andreas Christensen, Barcelona
  • DF: Rasmus Kristensen, Leeds United
  • DF: Jens Stryger Larsen, Trabzonspor
  • DF: Victor Nelsson, Galatasaray
  • DF: Alexander Bah, Benfica 
  • MF: Thomas Delaney, Sevilla
  • MF: Mathias Jensen, Brentford
  • MF: Christian Eriksen, Manchester United 
  • MF: Daniel Wass, Brondby
  • MF: Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Tottenham
  • MF: Philip Billing, Bournemouth
  • MF: Casper Nielsen, Club Brugge 
  • FW: Robert Skov, Hoffenheim
  • FW: Andreas Skov Olsen, Club Brugge
  • FW: Jesper Lindstrom, Eintracht Frankfurt
  • FW: Rasmus Hojlund, Atalanta 
  • FW: Andreas Cornelius, Copenhagen
  • FW: Martin Braithwaite, Espanyol  
  • FW: Kasper Dolberg, Sevilla 
  • FW: Mikkel Damsgaard, Brentford



On the other hand, One of the most amazing teams based on strength, player names, coaching staff, fans, stadium and Country, France’s national team is finding many difficulties lately to stay competitive and fight for titles and silverware. After the amazing performance which led Equipe de France to win the Fifa World Cup, the team and the squad had only some small changes and their coaching staff stayed the same. Since then, and after they won the UEFA Nations League for the second time of the tournament, the French National team failed to improve and give results in the UEFA Euro Cup and also in the current Nations League. With all the names found on the quad list, Didier Deschamps saw and realized that it was time to call back one of the most improved, and considered one of the best players in the world, Karim Benzema to the squad as he came up and bared the responsibility to carry the team even in the tough times. In the last four games, Equipe de France failed to register a single win in all competitions but Benzema kept shining and helping the team. Shockingly and devastatingly, France is now found at the bottom of their Uefa Nations League where Croatia and Denmark are found and are seriously dangerous to leave level A and go to B league of the Nations League as they will face one of the most improved teams in the world, Denmark, next. According to numbers, the France National team is not using and taking advantage of their amazing superstars, like Mbappe and Griezmann as they have scored only three goals in 4 games. It’s time for Didier Deschamps to step up to make the necessary adjustments, especially in the back line to improve the results of the team.


France’s Nations League squad : 


  • GK: Hugo Lloris, Tottenham
  • GK: Alphonse Areola, West Ham 
  • GK: Mike Maignan, AC Milan
  • DF: Benjamin Pavard, Bayern Munich 
  • DF: Raphael Varane, Manchester United
  • DF: Presnel Kimpembe, PSG
  • DF: Ibrahima Konate, Liverpool
  • DF: Lucas Hernandez, Bayern Munich
  • DF: Theo Hernandez, AC Milan
  • DF: Lucas Digne, Aston Villa
  • DF: Jules Kounde, Sevilla
  • DF: William Saliba, Arsenal
  • DF: Jonathan Clauss, Lens
  • MF: N’Golo Kante, Chelsea
  • MF: Matteo Guendouzi, Marseille
  • MF: Aurelien Tchouameni, Real Madrid 
  • MF: Adrien Rabiot, Juventus
  • MF: Boubacar Kamara, Aston Villa
  • FW: Wissam Ben Yedder, Monaco
  • FW: Kingsley Coman, Bayern Munich
  • FW: Antoine Griezmann, Atletico Madrid
  • FW: Kylian Mbappe, PSG
  • FW: Karim Benzema, Real Madrid
  • FW: Moussa Diaby, Bayer Leverkusen
  • FW: Christopher Nkunku, RB Leipzig


Safe Bets

Since we are certain both teams will continuously attack and push the field forward, the number of corners to be recorded will be high. Denmark averages 5.00 corners per game while France averages 6 corners per game as we expect the total number of corners to reach at least ten.

Get Rich Quick

After a difficult battle for ninety minutes, we might witness a draw result with both teams grabbing a vital point with odds of 3.34 from 22Bet.

Denmark vs France Team News

Denmark will have four players sidelined against France. Cornelius who is suffering a muscle injury until late September, Lindsrom with a cold and will be back soon, Sevilla defender Kristensen with a knock, and Skov with a hip injury until mid-October.

On the other hand, France’s list of injuries and absences includes Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot who is trusted by his manager, is suffering a muscle injury which will keep him out until late September, and Karim Benzema who is suffering a knee injury until early October.


Starting Lineups

In our opinion, the teams will take to the field with the following line-ups:

Denmark: Goalkeeper – Schmeichel; Defenders – Andersen, Christensen, Boilesen; Midfielders: Eriksen, Jojbjerg, Jensen, Maehle; Forwards -Olsen, Wind, Dolberg.

France: Goalkeeper – Lloris: Defenders – Pavard, Kounde, Varane, Kimpembe, Theo; Midfielders:Tchoameni, Camavinga; Forwards – Mbappe, Griezmann, Nkunku


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