Denmark had no points before their third group game against Russia, but galvanized the excitement of the Copenhagen crowd and won 4-1 to take second place.
Wales lost to Italy but will settle for their narrow 1-0 defeat to beat Switzerland in second place in Group A.
Denmark are favorites 4/5 with underdogs Wales 4/1 to win within 90 minutes. Wales reiterate their Euro 2016 feat and qualify for the quarter-finals is 2/1 with Denmark at 4/11. Wales are 80/1 to win euros in the market outright, with Denmark now the neutral favorite to do the same at 18/1.
Gareth Bale still hasn’t scored, but he can break his duck at 11/4 at any time. Aaron Ramsey and Bale’s partnership on the pitch has been excellent, with Ramsey breaking away from the depths. It is 13/2 in the same market, which is good value for money.
Mikkel Damsgaard scored one of the tournament’s goals, throwing the Danes’ famous victory over Russia. He has 7/2 to continue his run with Yussuf Poulsen looking for his third goal of the competition at 3/1 to score anytime.
Best bet: Bale sent a penalty to the bar against Turkey and missed a goalkeeper against Italy, so he will be looking to rectify those mistakes. For Wales’ all-time top scorer to strike first and his country to win, the full-time result is 15/1.
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This notice was published: 2021-06-25 17:00:56