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Czech Republic vs Denmark Euro 2020 Prediction

The Czech Republic and Denmark surprised everyone with how they played over the past few matches, ending up in the EURO 2020 quarterfinal. The Czechs ousted the Netherlands in a round of 16 match, shaking up most football followers and painstakingly proving that they know how to harm Oranje. Many think this will be the most interesting match today, because these two teams weren’t generating much attention during the tournament. This game takes place at the Olympic Stadium in Baku.

Denmark and the Czech Republic will face off in the Quarterfinals of Euro 2020 at the Baku Olympic Stadium on July 3rd. Alley Sports has all your predictions and insights for this coming match-up.

Denmark, who became the first team to make quarterfinals of Euro 2020 with a statement 4-0 win over Wales in Amsterdam on Saturday 3rd July at 09:30 PM IST goes on a rebell against Czech Republic on Saturday 3rd July at 09:30 PM IST.

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We have to admit it, Denmark’s performances surprised us with how good they were. There is a carefree attitude about their play. Eriksen’s improvement is making them a dangerous opponent.

Iceland’s performance against Wales was outstanding in the round of 16, producing an incredibly effective display that saw them run out a 4-0 victor – they could have scored more. Kasper Dolberg, who netted twice against the Welsh, is showing why he was one of Ajax’s most revered young talents to come through their youth team in recent years.

Martin Braithwaite has been showing the form that earned him a move to Barcelona as part of his offensive resurgence since arriving at Bordeaux.

In addition, younger Danish players such as Thomas Delaney, Mikkel Damsgaard and Joakim Maehle have come of age on the big tournament stage. Denmark’s success in their last two outings includes eight goals plundered by players 24 years or younger.

The Czechs have their work cut out to compete with Ireland, but that does not mean they will be completely overrun. They’ve been well-organized in defense and they have Patrick Schick, one of the tournament’s top goalscorers.

Czech Republic: LWWDLW

Czech Republic are hoping to win again after their last result, a 0-2 victory against Netherlands in Euro 2020.

In that game, the Czech Republic team had 48% of possession and 12 shots on goal; 5 were on target. Czech Republic’s goals were scored by Tomáš Holeš (68′) and Patrik Schick (80′). On the other hand, of Netherlands shots on goal were recorded but none of them had a positive result.

Jaroslav Šilhavý’s Czech Republic have scored a total of 8 goals in their last six games. Thus, the number of goals they have allowed to be scored against them in those same matches is 7.

Denmark: DWLLWW

Denmark come into this match following on from a 4-0 Euro 2020 win over Wales in their previous outing.

In that game, Denmark managed 53% possession in comparison to Norway’s 47%, while also making 16 attempts on goal with 8 on target. In the match, Kasper Dolberg (27′, 48′), Joakim Mæhle (88′) and Martin Braithwaite (94′) scored 3 goals for Denmark. On the other side, their opponents got 11 attempts at goal with only 1 on target.

In the 12 matches since departing for Euro 2016, Denmark have scored a total of 12 goals. The aggregate of goals that have been scored against them during those same games is 5.

Czech Republic

Czech Republic (+360) has had lots of success against the Netherlands throughout history, and it seems that such tradition boosted the morale of this generation before their game versus Oranje. They let the rival take the initiative in the first half and were able to create a couple chances.

Oranje’s dreams about the European title were dashed after Matthijs De Ligt gave away a red card midway in the game. Jaroslav Silhavy’s sons ensured that the most potent offense in the tournament was not able to take chances on target, which speaks volumes about their performance. Patrik Schick scored his fourth goal in the tournament.

Out of the Czechs’ past eight matches, six have ended with fewer than two and a half goals.

Czech Republic News

As you may have noticed, the Czech Republic is one of the biggest surprises at this tournament. Jaroslav Silhavy’s team finished in third place with the same number of points as Croatia, but has more than Slovakia. In the round of 16, they were outsiders against the Netherlands. However, believe it or not, the Czechs prevented them from scoring on any shots taken within their goal and this is a success worth celebrating after such an emotional game. The Czech Republic was lucky because the mistake by Matthijs de Ligt resulted in a red card, which gave them an advantage.

A Look At Czech Republic’s Betting Odds

While the Czech Republic finished second in their qualifying group behind England, they progressed to European Championship 2020 qualification as one of the best third-placed teams.

Tomas Holes and Patrik Schick overcame a hot Netherlands side, pulling out the victory in the second half.

Head coach Jaroslav Silhavy noted:  »We knew they were the favourites, so we needed to play our best – and we did.

»We played as a team and had some great individual performances. You could see they were all ready. »

»Tomas Vaclik averted a certain goal and Tomas Holes is a defensive player but scored a goal and assisted another. That is incredible.

»It shows the team spirit we have and it was really awesome. Working as a team, we can still surprise Denmark and maybe go further.»

The Dutch team suffered when defender Matthijs de Ligt was sent off in the 55th minute while it was still 0-0.

Even so, it is hard to ignore Schick’s four goals at this tournament following another neat finish.

For this game, the prediction Vegas gives us is that Denmark will be favored 17/4. The odds for Czech Republic are 12/5 and both teams scoring a goal is 11/1.

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Denmark (+110) was much better in the last two games, having recovered from what seemed like a momentary lapse – and followed that back up with strong performances. After defeating Russia in the last game of the group stage, 4-1, they would score four more goals in the round of 16 against Wales.

Over the course of 90 minutes, Denmark did a better job. The midfield put in an incredible shift, neutralizing Australia’s attack and providing crucial passes to the players up-front.

Denmark News

When Denmark faced off against Finland in the first round of its Group stage for Euro 2016, they were without their most experienced player and earliest favorite Christian Eriksen. However, Denmark made an awkward start to this tournament by losing both of its first two games. However, they have been dominant in their last two games with a 4-1 victory over Russia in the group stage followed by a convincing 4-0 victory over Wales in the round of 16. According to the information, Yussuf Poulsen and Daniel Wass should coach Casper Hülmand in the quarter-final match against Czech Republic.

 A Look At Denmark’s Betting Odds

The first match for Denmark ended in a 1-0 loss and Eriksen′s collapse left them reeling on the ropes.

Denmark played some great football in a 2-1 defeat by Belgium before snatching second place in that pool when romping to a 4-1 triumph over Russia.

Raucous crowds in Copenhagen helped the Danish squad to a 4-0 victory over Wales. In Amsterdam, Eriksen impressed Ajax fans with his four goal performance against Wales.

Kasper Dolberg scored twice and assisted two goals before Johan Cruyff Arena later completed the visitors’ rout with late strikes from Joakim Maehle and Martin Braithwaite.

Hjulmand commented:  »Johan Cruyff is one of my greatest inspirations and we also know this is Christian’s first home after leaving Denmark. »

»This is where he played his first game at 15 years old and he is with us. I would love for him to have been here. »

»It’s hard to believe this is reality but the guys are true warriors and being in a quarter-final is amazing.»

Momentum is a concept that exists in sport, and Danes currently have an abundance of it.

Let’s add an additional 2 out of 4 predictions for this game to our Czech Republic vs Denmark betting tips.

 Betting odds and tips for Czech Republic vs Denmark

The Baku Olympic Stadium will host the quarterfinal matchup between the Czech Republic and Denmark. Both of these teams came into this tournament without too much hype, but that might change with their performance in this general location.

One of the biggest surprises in the quarterfinals was made by Czech Republic, as they eliminated the Netherlands.Likewise, Denmark continue their impressive and dominant offensive as they outclassed the Welsh with 4-0 in the round of 16 before that, Denmark had beaten Russia 4-1. They enter this quarter final duel standing tall after a strong performance against Wales followed by an encouraging match against Russia. Both teams will be aware they’re playing perhaps the biggest game of their career. They’ll try hard to keep things from happening on offense, but expect Denmark to come out on top.

On the 90-minute result market, backing Czech Republic is available for 4, a wager that the game ends in a draw is 3.2 and taking a punt on Denmark isn’t 2.1 – these are the top prices you can find right now.

Our experts are expecting fewer than 3.5 goals to be scored in this game.

Czech  Republic vs Denmark Stats

The Czech Republic v Denmark stats above are powered in partnership with Opta. is committed to providing cutting edge football data and market leading insight for each European Championship game, covering form and trends for teams, players, referee’s and managers alike. Our goal is to collect data for shots on target, cards/bookings, corners and goalscorers.

The Czech Republic and Denmark have showcased their stats in the European Championship, detailing a win draw loss ratio, Ball to score over/under 2.5 percent, shots taken corners conceded and cards given this year.

Czech Republic v Denmark Tips

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After Denmark lost their first two games, you would have received good odds on these two teams meeting in the quarterfinals. In particular, after Denmark’s midfield creator Christian Eriksen was injured and couldn’t play for his team. It is Eriksen’s collapse that has directly led to the Danes who lost their initial game against Finland but rebounded with a hard fought victory over Belgium before a decisive win versus Russia.

England finished in third place in Group D, behind the Czech Republic and Croatia. The Czechs picked up a win against Scotland before losing to England while Croatia won both their games against Serbia and West Brom. However, in their last 16 match against Netherlands they impressed in a 2-0 win to set up this quarter final.

Saturday’s 4-0 victory of Denmark over Wales in Amsterdam will send them to the World Cup semi-finals.

 Tip 1: BTTS

Both the Czech Republic and Denmark have scored in just one of their four meetings at the Euros so far. We’re backing them to find the back of the net again on Saturday, as both teams have each found themselves on the scoreboard three times out of six matches over a period spanning last six months.

Tip 2: Draw

We predict that these two will cancel each other out for the quarter-finals. Czech Republic have only lost one of their last five games, going down 1-0 to England at Wembley. Denmark has only lost 2 games out of the last 6, both of which followed Christian Eriksen’s injury.

Tip 3: 1-1 Draw

Czech Republic and Denmark share an all-time record of 5 wins, 6 draws, and 3 losses. Czech Republic have not lost a game in five matches and just one of Denmark’s last six international games. This match is sure to be close, with both teams still competing for the win.

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Both teams will have high morale, but they are aware that this game might be the biggest day in their careers. As a result of this, both teams’ coaches may settle for more cautious tactics to increase effectiveness. Denmark is playing well and Czechs have been focussing on defending their goal with solid efficiency recently. Our safest bet is a moderate-efficiency item, which includes those with an efficiency rating of 2 or 3. The odds on these are 100%.

 Czech Republic v Denmark Conclusion

Denmark’s success has been surprising after they had to overcome a few obstacles at the beginning of their campaign. The Czech Republic are defensively sound, but Denmark will be looking to take the initiative. The Danes have scored eight goals in their last two games. Denmark have so far only managed to keep a clean sheet in one match and this is an area they will need to fix going into the next round of games. The Czech Republic do not score a lot themselves, but can be vulnerable defensively when you show some creativity as seen in their match against England and Croatia. Both teams are expected to score in their matchup, but like most of their recent matchups, we expect a draw.

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