Wales’ great run in Group A under serious threat as they face favourites Denmark in Saturday’s clash

Wales have exceeded expectations and proved pundits wrong by finishing second in Group A behind Italy to secure their place in the knock-out stage for the second successive European Championships.

A 4-1 win over Russia in their final group game saw Denmark move from last place to second and book a round of 16 meeting with Wales on Saturday.

This is the first meeting between the two nations since 2018 when Denmark won home and away in the UEFA Nations League.

Both nations will head into this match with real optimism but Denmark will be full of confidence after serving a total drubbing to Russia.

Wales favor the 4-5-1 formation, against Denmark’s 3-4-2-1 and both teams enjoy a solid starting XI – though for Wales, Ethan Ampadu is suspended after a straight red card in defeat to Italy on Sunday.

Danish centre-back Simon Kjaer is expected to shake off a knock to start against Wales. have placed impressive odds for this game, with head to head results at 5.20 for Wales Win, 1.88 for Denmark Win and a possible 3.40 for a Draw.

Looking at statistics, a Wales’ upset is a little far-fetched, though, considering that there have been under 2.5 goals scored in Wales’s last 7 games (European Championship).

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