June 17, 2024 3 min read


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Denmark vs. England 2024 Euro Odds, Time, and Prediction

Denmark vs. England is on the program on Thursday, June 20 in Frankfurt. Will England perform better than it did against Serbia? Let’s find out!

After a sort of anemic performance against Serbia, England is no longer such a strong favorite to win the Euro 2024. In fact, some bookies have moved it to the second spot on the favorites list, with France now being the No. 1 favorite.

Of course, England can get back there easily with a dominant performance against Denmark. But the Danes can be tricky opponents, especially now that they’ve seen that they don’t have to fear the Three Lions.

Denmark vs. England Odds

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When, Where, and How to Watch?

  • Place: Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt, Germany
  • Date: Thursday, June 20, 2024
  • Time: 12:00 PM ET
  • How to Watch: FOX

Should Danes Fear England?

In the first round of the 2024 Euro, Denmark drew 1:1 with Slovenia. It was a surprising result, given that the Danes entered the game as -125 favorites. They started the game in top gear, with Christian Eriksen finding the net in the 17th minute.

They continued to dominate the game until late in the second half. It was the 77th minute when Slovenia equalized. Despite not winning, the Danes can be satisfied with their performance, especially in the midfield.

Their offensive players, however, weren’t too impressive against Slovenia. Rasmus Hojlund had a quiet game, the same as Jonas Wind, who didn’t do much apart from making that assist for Eriksen’s goal.  

Can England Do Anything with Southgate in Charge?

England beat Serbia 1:0 in the first round, but not even their hardest fans can be pleased with their performance. After a dominating start to the game and a goal by Jude Bellingham in the 13th minute, the Three Lions were seen defending most of the time.

Serbia had a couple of very good attempts on goal, so England’s players can count themselves lucky for getting all three points. So, who’s to blame for their bleak performance? Many fans blame their manager Gareth Southgate.

There are several reasons for that, starting with the fact that let his boys defend against, let’s face it, inferior opponents. He didn’t make any substitutes until the 69th minute when Connor Gallagher replaced Trend Alexander-Arnold, a natural right-back who played in the center of the field in this game. At that point, Serbia’s coach had already made four substitutes.

Southgate went on to make two more substitutes, bringing Jarod Bowen and Kobbie Mainoo onto the field. They did alright, but they failed to make England the dominant side.

Denmark vs. England Prediction

England struggled a lot to establish dominance in the game with Serbia, whose midfield is mediocre. Now, the Three Lions are meant to play against a much better midfield, led by legendary Eriksen who’s in top form right now.

Does this mean England are in trouble? It all depends on what Southgate is going to do. Will he change his strategy and let his boys attack with all they’ve got? We don’t think so.

Instead, he’ll probably stick to his usual style. England probably won’t drop points, but they won’t impress either. Instead, we think we’ll see an almost identical performance to the one against Serbia.

That’s why our top Denmark vs. England pick is that the Danes won’t lose by more than a goal (if they lose at all!).

Pick: Denmark +1 (-143)


Jessie is our resident sports specialist with over 4 years of experience in sports journalism. She's worked with several prominent online sports news outlets in the past and has accrued specialist insight across a wide range of sports markets. Combined with her own love and excitement of sports, having competed at a national level during college, she aims to improve sports coverage value for our readers at GamblingNews.

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