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2020 European Championship Group B Predictions


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Denmark vs Finland

The action in Group B kicks off at 5pm BST on Saturday afternoon when Scandinavian rivals Denmark and Finland go toe-to-toe in this encounter at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen. This will be seen as a game that both teams will want to avoid losing but for the host team in particular they'll be keen to kick-off their tournament with a victory on home territory.

Denmark have been tipped by a number of people to go far in this tournament with the favourable potential draw in the knockout stages. Head coach Kasper Hjulmand has led him team to an encouraging set of performances since he took over from Age Hareide in July 2020. A solid performance in the UEFA Nations League that saw them finish in 2nd above England in League A Group 2. Three wins from their first three games in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers suggests the future is bright for the Danes. Just 1 loss in their last 12 games makes them one of the in-form teams heading into this tournament and the fact they have kept 9 clean sheets during that run shows they have built their performances on a solid defensive foundation. Throw in their star performers such as Christian Eriksen, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, and Simon Kjaer and you can see why they'll be a very tricky side to beat in this tournament.

Finland won't be rolling over for anyone. Head coach Markku Kanerva has been involved in the national team set-up since 2004 when he was under-21s manager. He was then promoted to national team assistant manager in 2011 before being handed the big job back in 2016. The national team has moved forward under his stewardship qualifying for their first major international tournament when they reached the 2020 European Championship. It is now 6 games without a win for the Eagle-Owls but it wasn't that long ago that they were being praised for their resolute defence. Wales played against them in the UEFA Nations League and they were two closely-fought games. They won't win any awards for being pleasing on the eye but I wouldn't be surprised to see them take a point at least against one of their opponents in this group. In Teemu Pukki they have a striker who has bagged 30 goals for his country so he knows where the net is. If you have a player like that up front then you can sucker punch any opponent.

This might not be the most entertaining game with both teams boasting their best qualities in defence. Denmark have lost only 1 of the last 23 meetings between the two nations but they haven't met since 2011 and Finland did record that single victory in February, 2000 at the Nordic Championship. I do feel this is Denmark's game to lose on home turf though and I wouldn't be surprised if they did it keeping a clean sheet.

Denmark to Win to Nil @ 1.98 with Sporting Index

Denmark HT/FT @ 2.35 with RedZone

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Belgium vs Russia

The second game taking place in Group B at the 2020 European Championship involves one of the tournament favourites in Belgium as they start their campaign against one of the host nations of Russia in an 8pm BST kick-off on Saturday evening at the Krestovsky Stadium in St Petersburg. Will we see home advantage pay off or will the team fancied by many to go a long way get their tournament off to the perfect start?

Belgium have long promised to achieve something great with this golden generation of players but it's starting to feel like maybe this is their last chance to win a major tournament with this group of players. The likes of Toby Alderweireld, Thomas Vermaelen, Jan Vertonghen, Axel Witsel, Eden Hazard, and Dries Mertens are all on the wrong side of 30 so you have to wonder how many years they have left to deliver at the top level. Yes, there's still the players such as Kevin De Bruyne, Romelu Lukaku, and Youri Tielemans who have a number of years left in them but the squad looks like it won't be as strong as it is now over the next few years. Under head coach Roberto Martinez, the Red Devils have thrived. A 3rd place finish at the 2018 World Cup saw them narrowly miss out on fulfilling their destiny. The club has since gone on to reach the UEFA Nations League Semi-Finals, sit top of Group E in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers after 3 matches, and enjoy a period as the number one ranked nation in the world. Just 1 loss in their last 23 matches shows how well they are performing right now.

Russia come into this tournament hoping to replicate the success of the run to the Quarter-Finals at the 2018 World Cup that they hosted rather than suffering the humiliation of the group stage exit at the 2016 European Championship. Results have been inconsistent lately under head coach Stanislav Cherchesov but there is a feeling that with home advantage they could spring a surprise or two here. Just 1 loss in their last 5 matches has seen them enjoy a solid start to their 2022 World Cup qualification campaign but mixed results in the UEFA Nations League saw them narrowly avoid relegation to League C. Only 4 of the current squad play their football outside of the Russian league. If Russia are going to stand a chance then they need their talisman and captain Artem Dzyuba to step up and add to his 29 international goals in 52 caps. Unfortunately, a lack of experience in their defensive line could see them struggle to get out of this group.

You can never feel comfortable betting against a team at home in a major tournament but I just feel Russia are less experienced than they were in 2018 at their home World Cup. Results have been on a bit of a rollercoaster ride lately and they're up against one of the most prolific and consistent teams in international football here. I am struggling to see past a business-like Belgium win here. Russia could well be relying on goal difference to see them through this group and that's even if they can break down a resilient Finland in their second game. That's a talk for another day. This is Belgium's to lose.

Belgium to Win @ 1.77 with SBK

Anytime Scorer: Romelu Lukaku @ 2.38 with BetVictor

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Denmark vs Finland

Denmark has been on a hot run as they lost only once on the previous 12 occasions. Kasper Hjulmand’s side opened the World Cup Quals campaign perfectly, celebrating in all three rounds. Denmark has been particularly confident against Austria, which also eyes a place in the final tournament. Christian Eriksen and the lads head to EURO 2020 failing to win only once in the last five matches. That draw came against Germany in the warm-up for this tournament, while they beat Bosnia and Herzegovina 2:0 in their final prep game. Besides being clinical in front of the oppositions’ net, Denmark has been pretty tight in the back. They conceded only once in the previous five matches and hope for another disciplined display.

Finland is one of the biggest underdogs in the tournament, and they already enjoy great success for qualifying among the best 24 continental teams. However, they are in a very poor momentum, failing to celebrate on the previous six occasions. Markku Kanerva needs to build up his team’s confidence after three straight defeats in the warm-up for EURO 2020. Although defeats against Switzerland and Sweden are not a surprise, the one against Estonia is. Teemu Pukki and the lads need to improve in the final third as they failed to score in both prep games ahead of this tournament. Finland needs a much better display if they want to win something from this clash.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Denmark is a firm favorite in this clash, and they should fight against Belgium for the top spot in Group B. We don’t think Finland is capable of surprising their Scandinavian neighbors, and Denmark should pick up all three points.

Goals Market Prediction

Denmark has been tough to crack lately, while Finland struggles to find the back of the oppositions’ net. The hosts could keep up where they left off and keep their net intact once again.

Denmark to Win @ 1.40 

BTTS No @ 1.45 

Correct score 3:0 @ 9.50

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Belgium vs Russia

The number one team on the FIFA World Rankings is also one of the major contenders for the title battle. The Red Devils aim for another successful campaign, despite fears around Kevin de Bruyne. Nevertheless, the world-class midfielder should miss out on just the opening game against Russia. In the last nine games, Belgium missed the chance to win only twice. However, a 1:1 draw against Greece is a perfect warning for guarding against complacency. Romelu Lukaku and the lads improved against Croatia in a narrow 1:0 win, which could have been much more comfortable. As one of the top favorites for the trophy, Belgium is also the leading candidate for topping Group B.

Russia needs to step up and raise their level of the game if they want to enter the knockout stage. Despite securing six points from the opening three World Cup Quals rounds, their form hasn’t been that impressive. Nevertheless, Stanislav Cherchesov’s side heads to EURO 2020 undefeated in prep games, after drawing against Poland and beating Bulgaria. With most players coming from the Russian Premier League, Aleksandr Golovin will be a significant threat to the rivals. If Artem Dzyba catches up a good form, their chances of securing 2nd place in the group would dramatically increase.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

It is going to be a very exciting clash in which Russia will have a boost from their fans. However, Belgium shouldn’t miss a chance to open the tournament with a victory, and we believe they will meet the expectations.

Goals Market Prediction

These two teams have been facing each other pretty often lately, and their last three encounters were a joy to watch. All of those matches went over a 3.5 margin, and we expect to see at least three goals once again.

Belgium to Win @ 1.85 

Over 2.5 FT @ 2.10 

Correct score 3:1 @ 17.00

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Denmark

They are underrated. They have been unbeaten in FIFA World Cup qualification, ranking the first in Group F. Besides, there are lots of players who play for Top Five Leagues, can step into each of their places. They are full of potential.

 

Finland

There is not enough quality in the team. They upgrade to the Group stage with a bit of luck. And they are not inform, which have not got any victory in 2021 yet. The most well-known one in the team is goalkeeper, Lukas Hradecky of Bayer Leverkusen.

 

Verdict:

Denmark are certainly better than Finland. Finland are in poor state. It takes time for them to adjust themselves. What’s more, Denmark have home advantage. It is believed that Denmark are going to take three points from Finland in upcoming game.

 

Prediction: 1-0, 2-0

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Denmark v Finland: 10 points on Pukki to score at 11/2 with Lads

I’ve seen Finland without Pukki likened to Bolton which, perhaps, explains why they’re as big as 14/1 to win this game. Pukki seems big at that price to me, I noticed he was 9/2 the other day.

Also got a headed goal at 2/1 rolling on from the first game in a trixie with the later game at 7/4.

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Finland vs Russia

Suomi created the biggest surprise so far in the tournament by beating Denmark 1:0. However, that game was in the shadow of Christian Eriksen’s health problems, and it needed to be interrupted. Luckily, we haven’t witnessed the worst scenario, and hopefully, the Danish star will get well. Although Finland was in a defensive mode throughout the entire match, they managed to snatch vital three points. Markku Kanerva’s side was very disciplined, hoping that they can keep up at the same pace. That victory got them fighting for the knockout stage, which would be an excellent success for Teemu Pukki and the lads. If they get something from this one, Finland could make their dreams come true.

Russia had a disappointing start to the campaign, as they easily lost 3:0 against Belgium. Although they had a couple of good chances, the hosts were not even close to remaining undefeated. Stanislav Cherchesov’s side needs to be sharper in the final third, while the defense would also need an improvement. Sbornaya don’t want to end their campaign in the group stage, and the next two games are critical for them. Artem Dzyba and the lads failed to score for the first time in the last six games, and they want to get back on the scoring track. Russia needs to go for a win in this one to get back into the game for the eight-finals.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Russia hasn’t been so impressive, but they are still favorites in front of the home fans. Although Finland could be a tricky opponent, we believe the hosts will meet the expectations and deliver a victory.

Goals Market Prediction

Finland has been involved in pretty tight matches lately, and they won’t give up on their defensive style. Since Russia hasn’t been too productive as well, we believe this game will remain under a 2.5 margin.

Russia to Win @ 1.70 

Under 2.5 FT @1.65 

Correct score 0:1 @ 6.00

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Finland vs Russia

The second round of group phase matches at the 2020 European Championship are set to begin on Wednesday afternoon when Finland play Russia in a 2pm BST kick-off at the Krestovsky Stadium in St Petersburg. It was contrasting fortunes for these two teams in their opening games and one of the host nations could be hanging on by the skin of their teeth if they lose this one.

Finland earned a shock 1-0 win over Denmark in their opening group match thanks to a solitary Joel Pohjanpalo goal but the game was overshadowed by the collapse of Danish captain Christian Eriksen. Thankfully, Eriksen is on the mend at a world class hospital in Copenhagen and we can all only hope he makes a full recovery to once again step foot on a football pitch. In the meantime, it's back to the gritty business of reaching the last 16 for Markku Kanerva's men. You have to say that it's hard to judge them on that first match due to the Eriksen incident. Denmark were the far superior side before the game was halted and also missed a penalty. Finland's goal was also their only shot during the whole game. There's no denying Finland are a tricky opposition though. The clean sheet showed their defensive approach remains effective with the nation having lost just 1 of their last 8 competitive games. There is a chance for a bit of history to be made here for Finland where they could become the first team to win their first two European Championship matches since Croatia in 1996.

Russia suffered a heavy beating on home territory in their opening game as they lost 3-0 to Belgium. Failure to even score left the partisan home crowd despondent and head coach Stanislav Cherchesov facing a lot of questions. Pressure is now on the Russians to get at least a point here otherwise they risk crashing out of the group stage. It's now 6 matches at a European Championship without a win for Russia including losing the last three. They have also lost 4 of their last 6 matches in all competitions. There is an injury blow in the form of left back Yuri Zhirkov being ruled out after picking up a knock in the Belgium game. Russia will be looking to draw inspiration from their last meeting with Finland back in 2009 that ended in a 3-0 win.

There is no doubt I'm expecting to see a big reaction from Russia after that Belgium game. Let's be honest, Belgium's dominance was hardly a surprise but it's still not a result Russia will have be happy with. Finland will be buzzing after that victory over Denmark despite the circumstances. A draw here will almost certainly see them earn a place in the last 16 so I'm expecting Kanerva to stick with the 3-5-2 system he used for the Denmark game and rely on trying to kill the game. I'm expecting this to be a dour game which could essentially be attack versus defence as Russia look to win. It just depends if Finland can weather the storm and if they can give Russia something to worry about with the counter attack. I can see this ending in a 0-0 draw. I can see Russia sneaking this one though.

Draw (Finland +1) @ 3.55 with RedZone

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.66 with SBK

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Denmark vs Belgium

The hosts had a stressful start to the campaign, and nothing went well for Denmark. Of course, Christian Eriksen’s health problems disrupted the whole football world, and hopefully, he will get well. The game continued after a long break, but Kasper Hjulmand’s side failed to a narrow 1:0 defeat against Finland. Denmark definitely has the quality for the knockout stage spot, but they need to step up and start winning. They enjoyed a streak of five matches without losing and failed to celebrate just once during that period. However, the clash against Belgium will be their toughest test, as they lost twice against this rival in 2020.

Belgium is about to play on the away ground for the second time in this tournament, but the first clash wasn’t a problem for them. The Red Devils celebrated a convincing 3:0 victory against Russia and excellently opened the campaign. Roberto Martinez’s side looked dominant in that game, and they didn’t leave any space for a surprise. Romelu Lukaku managed to keep up where he left off by scoring a brace. The top-ranked team on the FIFA World Rankings is one of the major favorites for winning EURO 2020, and they want to keep up in the same fashion. If they manage to celebrate in this game, Belgium will secure the top spot in their group.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

It is going to be an exciting game as Denmark is not without a chance. However, Belgium will have Axel Witsel and Eden Hazard back in the team and have more depth. Therefore, we believe the Red Devils will book another victory, and the odds are pretty attractive.

Goals Market Prediction

Denmark should try to attack the opponent from the very start, as they don’t have space for waiting too much. On the other hand, Belgium is very powerful in the front, and we could enjoy an efficient clash. The last time these two sides met, we saw a total of six goals, and in this one, there might be at least three.

Belgium to Win @ 2.00 

Over 2.5 FT @2.20 

Correct score 1:2 @ 8.50

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Denmark vs Belgium

The Group B action returns on Thursday afternoon when a gut-punched Denmark will look to pick themselves up after the shocking events of their opening game against Finland when Christian Eriksen collapsed. The Danes face an in-form Belgium side in a 5pm BST kick-off at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen with the sole aim of making it 2 wins from 2 matches to seal their place in the last 16.

Denmark know that the 1-0 loss to Finland came under extraordinary circumstances and even then had they converted a penalty it could have been a very different story. The absence of captain and creative engine Eriksen is huge for a side that has relied on the Inter Milan midfielder's ingenuity for so many years. This is when the other stars in the team need to stand up and be counted. Failure to win this game will leave Kasper Hjulmand's men needing to beat Russia in their final group game on home territory to stand any chance of qualifying for the last 16 so it's a big mountain to climb.

Belgium will see this as a huge opportunity to confirm their place in the next phase of the competition. An opening game 3-0 win over a lacklustre Russia showed exactly what Roberto Martinez's side are all about. The Red Devils welcome back Kevin De Bruyne from injury which is a big boost. It's also a very frightening prospect that they'll be adding his talents into the team that swept aside Russia so easily in that first game. It's now 4 wins from their last 5 European Championship matches (apologies from us Welsh fans for that solitary defeat! :lol).

Challenges won't come much harder for Denmark than this one and you have to feel sorry for them. The whole Eriksen incident was awful to watch for us at home. For the players to see it first hand and witness a friend and team mate experiencing such trauma must be heart-wrenching. How can they bounce back from it? I think this game will be too much, too soon. I can see Belgium tearing them apart. Denmark will undoubtedly still be mentally drained and it could show. I imagine their best chance now is to galvanize for the Russia game and hope the best third placed table falls in their favour.

Belgium to Win @ 2.08 with SBK

Anytime Scorer: Romelu Lukaku @ 2.44 with SBK

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Finland vs Belgium

Finland enjoys an excellent campaign as they are still in the game for progressing further. A narrow 1:0 victory in their opening match against Denmark was one of the biggest surprises in EURO 2020 so far. However, Markku Kanerva’s side suffered a 1:0 defeat against Russia in the previous round and missed a chance to secure a top-two finish. They need at least a point against the group leaders and one of the major favorites for the EURO 2020 title. Teemu Pukki and the lads need another disciplined performance, while they should be more clinical in front of the opposition’s net. Finland hopes to provide another surprise and make this campaign memorable.

After easily beating Russia 3:0 in the first round, Belgium had a much more challenging task in the next game. They trailed 1:0 against Denmark from the very beginning of the match, after an abysmal start of the game. However, Kevin de Bruyne’s magic helped the Red Devils to turn around the result and celebrate another victory. Roberto Martinez’s side is very close to clinching the top spot in the group, and they need just one point from this clash. The FIFA World Rankings team no.1 aims high in this tournament, and they want to avoid any signs of complacency. Belgium searches for another confident performance and another three points.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

Despite possible changes in the starting line-up, Belgium is still a firm favorite in this game. Finland will try its best to remain undefeated in this game, but we believe the Red Devils will meet the expectations.

Goals Market Prediction

Since Belgium is their toughest opponent in the group, we don’t believe Finland will make changes to their defensive approach. Although they need a positive result from this clash, we don’t see them scoring in this match.

Belgium AH -1 @ 1.55 

BTTS No @ 1.55 

Correct score 0:2 @ 6.00

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Russia vs Denmark

Sbornaya got back in the race for the top-two finish after beating Finland in the previous round. It wasn’t a perfect performance, but Stanislav Cherchesov’s side managed to book vital three points. Russia seemed a bit better compared to the clash against Belgium, which they easily lost 3:0. They climbed to the 2nd spot, but their top-two finish severely depends on the result from this game. Artem Dzyba and the lads should convert more of their chances into goals, while their defense needs to be perfect against Denmark. Russia hasn’t been too convincing lately, and they need to step up and perform much better if they want to progress from the group stage.

Denmark still searches for its first points in EURO 2020, but they are not without a chance of advancing from the group stage. They suffered an unlucky 1:0 defeat against Finland and failed to keep their advantage in a 2:1 loss against Belgium. It was quite a solid performance, and Denmark perfectly opened that match. Yussuf Poulsen’s goal brought them an early lead, but Kevin de Bruyne was unstoppable in the second half. Kasper Hjulmand’s side can remain in the tournament only if they win and with a bit of luck in other games. Denmark want to return to their recognizable form before EURO 2020 and seek a victory in front of their fans.

Full-Time Winner Odds & Prediction

It is going to be a big fight between these two sides, as both want to progress to the eight-finals. We see Denmark as a favorite in this game, and we believe the hosts will pick up all three points. We’ll see if it’s going to be enough for a place in the knockout stage.

Goals Market Prediction

Denmark was pretty confident in the back before EURO 2020 started, while Russia failed to score only once in the last seven games. Both teams will go for a win, and we could see them scoring at least once.

Denmark to Win @ 1.75 

BTTS Yes @ 1.90 

Correct score 1:3 @ 15.00

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Finland vs Belgium

The last matches in Group B take place on Monday evening with both games kicking off at 8pm BST. Our first preview is the clash between Finland and Belgium at the Krestovsky Stadium in St Petersburg. There remains everything to play for in this group. The Belgians have booked their place in the last 16 already but will want to finish top of the group whilst the Fins must get at least a draw to confirm their place in the next round but the result in the other game could still play a factor.

Finland have had an eventful tournament to say the least. A narrow 1-0 win over Scandinavian rivals Denmark came in awful circumstances and the 1-0 loss to bitter rivals Russia was a game they really felt they could have taken a point from. Head coach Markku Kanerva will feel his side still stand a great chance of qualifying but it's going to be tough to get something against an in-form and highly talented Belgium team here. It is just 1 win in their last 8 matches in all competitions though. The Eagle-Owls have also managed to get just 2 shots on target in their two matches so far.

Belgium come into this game knowing they have booked their spot in the last 16. If they finish top of the group then a second round clash with one of the third place teams awaits. Roberto Martinez has led his team to an unbeaten run of 11 matches with the Red Devils winning 9 of those games. Two wins from their opening two group games has shown their superiority and threat with the comfortable 3-0 win over Russia followed by a Kevin De Bruyne-inspired 2-1 victory over Denmark. History is on the team's side as well having won the last group game in their last four major international tournament appearances.

It's hard not to back Belgium here. Yes, they are already through but will they want to risk finishing 2nd place when that would see them face their bogey side of Wales in the last 16? I'm sure Martinez will want to keep the momentum going but also give key players minutes on the pitch. Finland have battled hard in this tournament but they still just lack that bit of quality to push them over the line in matches without needing that bit of luck. I can see a standard Belgium win here and Finland could well exit the tournament.

Belgium HT/FT @ 2.10 with SBK

Belgium to Win to Nil @ 1.94 with Sporting Index

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Russia vs Denmark

The other game in Group B kicking off at 8pm BST is between Russia and Denmark at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen. Both of these teams had hosting rights for this tournament but for this game it's the Danes who enjoy home advantage. Will the home side go all out as they desperately look to commit daylight robbery and take 2nd place or will the Russians get the single point they will likely need to confirm their place in the last 16?

Russia have had a mixed bag of results so far at this European Championship. Head coach Stanislav Cherchesov witnessed his side get dismantled by a fluid Belgian side in their opening 3-0 loss. The performance in the 1-0 win over rivals Finland was much improved but it was far from convincing. The national team currently sit in 2nd place and provided Belgium don't lose to Finland a point will be enough here to seal that second automatic qualification place. The last group game has not generally gone well for Russia in recent years having lost it in 3 of their last 4 major international tournaments. The clean sheet earned against Finland ended a run of 9 matches at major international tournaments without a clean sheet for Russia. Artem Dzyuba remains the biggest threat for Russia. Despite not opening his account at this tournament he has been involved in 22 goals in his last 21 appearances at international level including scoring 14 goals.

Denmark continue to battle on despite the awful incident involving Christian Eriksen's collapse in that infamous opening game of the tournament. Losing that game 1-0 to Finland seemed harsh and then the narrow 2-1 loss to group leaders Belgium was another difficult defeat to swallow. Head coach Kasper Hjulmand knows his team need a win and for Belgium to beat Finland if they're to stand any realistic chance of progressing to the last 16. Before those back-to-back losses in this tournament, Denmark had only lost 1 of their last 12 games. There is no doubt that Eriksen is irreplaceable in the team but they remain a dangerous side with the likes of Kasper Schmeichel, Simon Kjaer, Andreas Christensen, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, Kasper Dolberg, and Martin Braithwaite all providing quality throughout the team.

This will be an interesting game to watch. I think one of the worst things Russia could do is sit back and hold out for a draw. Denmark showed against Belgium that even without Eriksen they can still pose an attacking threat. I think if Hjulmand is bold and gets his attacking approach correct then Denmark will cause Russia problems. I'm still not convinced by this Russia side and feel the win is there for Denmark to take. I think it could be enough as well to see them qualify for the last 16.

Denmark to Win @ 1.76 with SBK

Total Goals Scored Under 2.5 @ 1.81 with SBK

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Belgium v Finland:

18 points on De Bruyne to score at 4.1 on BF and 12 on him to assist a goal and have a shot on target from outside the box at 5/1 with PP

Assist prices are a bit skinny on their own but (given the SoT element is odds on) the 5/1 will do for an interest.

Sparv my card fancy in this one assuming I get matched at an acceptable price.

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23 minutes ago, harry_rag said:

Sparv my card fancy in this one assuming I get matched at an acceptable price.

No joy but matched for 12 points on Kudryashov to be carded in the other game at 4.8 and had 3 points on Fernandes to score at 28/1 with Lads.

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