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Denmark vs Finland Betting Tips: Euro 2020 – 12.06.2021

Last updated: June 11, 2021 by Leon Marshal

Euro 2020 logo This Saturday will kick off the Group B stages of the 2020 European Championship, and the Denmark vs Finland match is bound to be interesting. By reading this betting guide, you will find useful details about the teams, expert betting tips, predicted lineups and more to help you bet with confidence.

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The Denmark vs Finland game is scheduled to kick off at 17:00 BST this Saturday, June 12. The match will air on BBC1 and will be played at Denmark’s Parken Stadium. Although we’re expecting strong performance’s for both teams, Denmark is expected to dominate the Group B stage.

Game details


Saturday, 17:00

Parken Stadium


Denmark Form:

Finland Form:

Last Meeting:
DEN 2 – 1 FIN

UEFA Euro 2020

Denmark breezed through the Euro 2020 qualifiers. Not only was the team unbeaten, it also finished second behind Switzerland. Denmark is expected to play a 4-2-3-1 line-up, with Kasper Schmeichel the likely pick for goalkeeper. Simon Kjær and Andreas Christensen will likely partner in centre-back and Martin Braithwaite and Yussuf Poulsen in attack.

Finland was also quite successful in the qualifiers and was undefeated in the qualifiers but for their 2-1 loss to Italy. Finland has recently stuck to a 3-5-2 lineup in its precious three games and we predict that the manager will follow through with this approach in this game.

It’s a fairly safe bet to predict that Denmark will win this match. Denmark is the strongest competitor in Group B, wheras Finland is the least successful. Finland also have the disadvantage of playing an away game, and its team is not made up of star players like Denmark’s is.

Team News

Denmark remains undefeated for its last five games.

Denmark have lost only one of their last 22 matches against Finland.

Finland has not won any of its last five games.

Teemu Pukki scored 10 of Finland’s goals in the qualifiers.

Expected Line-Ups:


Denmark (4-3-3):
Schmeichel, Larsen, Kjaer, (Andreas) Christensen, Boilesen, Eriksen, Wass, Jensen, Skov, Dolberg, Braithwaite

Lossl, Ronnow, Andersen, (Anders) Christensen, Jorgensen, Maehle, Vestergaard, Delaney, Hojbjerg, Norgaard, Cornelius, Damsgaard, Skov Olsen, Poulsen, Wind



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Finland (3-5-2):
Hradecky, Toivio, Arajuuri, Väisänen, Soiri, Lod, Schüller, Kamara, Raitala, Forss, Pohjanpalo

Jaakkola, Joronen, Ivanov, Lam, O’Shaughnessy, Uronen, Alho, Jensen, Kauko, Sparv, Taylor, Valakari, Vaisanen, Lappalainen, Pukki



Not available:

Conclusion & Betting Tips

We are quite confident that Denmark will defeat Finland in Saturday’s match, so we would recommend a moneyline bet favouring Denmark. Not only has Denmark defeated Finland in all but one of their previous 22 showdowns, but Denmark is predicted to be a top performer in the championship.

Another relatively safe bet is an under 2.5 goals bet. This bet has paid out in seven of the team’s last 10 matches, and we are predicting a 2 – 0 win for Denmark. It’s worth considering too that three of Denmark’s last six wins have been by a 2-0 scoreline.

Taking into account these other predictions, it would make sense to wager on Denmark’s Cristian Eriksen as a goalscorer. Eriksen has scored the most goals out of any player on the squad, with 36 goals netted in 108 caps for Denmark. He has scored 4 goals in his last 10 appearances for the team.

A safe futures bet for Denmark would be a wager for the team to reach the semi-finals. The team has proven to be resilient in the past, and we can see them proceeding to a quarter-final showdown with the Netherlands. If you’re looking for fair odds, we suggest you join our recommended sportsbook.

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