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WORLD CUP 2022 :- Australia vs Denmark Preview, Line Up, Match Info



Group D will be a life-and-death battle today.  Denmark will face Australia in the match at Al Janub Stadium at 8.30 PM IST.

   Pre-quarter entry is mandatory for Denmark.  So today they will forget everything and fight.  The Danish team will be aiming for a win as a draw or defeat will dash their knockout hopes.

   Australia, on the other hand, will not be so tense. Because they can secure a knockout even if the match is a draw. For this reason alone they will prioritize defence. Their goal is not to face defeat. Australia is currently second behind France with 3 points from 2 matches.  Meanwhile, Denmark is third with only one point.  If they win today, they can climb to second place with 4 points.  Fans hope for players like Eriksson, Dolberg, Hojberg, Christianson, Olsen, Dumsgaard and Brathwaite.  The quality of the last 2 matches is not enough for them to overcome Australia today.

   So you can see a fierce fight.  In any case, it remains to be seen whether the Danish team will crush Australia and advance to the pre-quarters, or whether Australia will hold off Denmark and make an incredible leap from Group D.


Australia         :- 13%

Denmark         :- 65%

Draw                :- 22%


Date:- 30/11/2022

Time:- 8.30 PM (IST)

Venue:- Al Janoub Stadium


1) This will be the second meeting between Australia and Denmark at the FIFA World Cup after they drew 1-1 in the group stage of the competition last time in 2018.

 2) Australia has won just one of their four meetings with Denmark in all competitions (D1 L2), winning 1–0 in a friendly in June 2010.

3) Australia has lost eight of their 11 World Cup matches against European teams (W1 D2), failing to keep a clean sheet in all 11 matches.  However, one of the three times they have avoided defeat has come against Denmark (1-1 in 2018).

4) Denmark is winless in their last five World Cup matches (D4 L1) since defeating Peru MD1 at the 2018 tournament.  After the loss against France, they could lose group-stage matches for the first time in the tournament.

5) Australia is looking to qualify for the knockout stages of the 2006 World Cup.