Route to the World Cup
During the past 12 months Australia’s fixture list has been dominated by 2022 World Cup qualification matches. The most notable was the inter-continental play-off against Peru that guaranteed their transit to Qatar in November. The game went to penalties after both teams could not break the deadlock, with Australia winning 5 – 4 to send the Peruvians home in tears. In the last 12 months, Australia has played 13 games recording 6 wins, 4 draws and 3 losses, 2 of which were against Japan. They have arranged a home and away friendly with New Zealand in September in preparation for the World Cup.
The Danes won nine of their ten UEFA World Cup qualifying matches to book their place at the 2022 World Cup finals. They only lost the last game of their campaign 2 – 0 when playing Scotland in Glasgow. Over the past twelve months, they have played 13 international fixtures winning 10 and losing 3, including the Scotland game, a friendly against Netherlands and a Nations league match against Croatia. Most notably Denmark beat France away from home 2 – 1, a team they will meet once again in Group D of the 2022 World Cup. In the run up to the World Cup, Denmark has two further Nations League games to play in September. They will play Croatia in Zagreb and then France in Copenhagen. The French game will be one to watch with both teams due to play each other again in Qatar and that could prove useful in considering the available betting markets here at mr.play.
Previous meetings between Australia and Denmark have resulted in two wins for the Danes, one draw and one Australian win. The two teams met at the 2018 World Cup when the score finished level when Christian Erikson opened the scoring for Denmark while Mile Jedinak equalised from the penalty spot.
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Australia and Denmark played out a draw in the 2018 World Cup but this time both teams will be wanting to register a win to give them the chance of progressing to the round of 16. Potential opposition awaiting them may include Argentina, Mexico, Poland or Saudi Arabia if they finish 1st or 2nd in Group D. This will surely be an exciting game and you can explore our hundreds of betting markets right here at mr.play.