Denmark plays Austria at home in their next World Cup qualifiers match.
The match is scheduled to start at 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday, 12 September 2021. The match venue is Telia Parken, Kebenhavn, Denmark.
Betting tips and match predictions for the Denmark vs Austria (October 12) game are available in this article. Before we get to that, let’s preview the latest betting odds, key stats, team news and projected starting lineups.
Denmark vs Austria (October 12) latest betting odds
Denmark to win is priced at 1.50 (-200 American; 1/2 Fractional). A draw is priced at 4.40 (+340; 17/5), while Austria to win is priced at 8.00 (+700; 7/1).
The chances of these outcomes are as follows: Denmark — 66%, draw — 22%, Austria — 12%.
Latest betting odds on Denmark vs Austria (12 October 2021):
- Over 2.5 goals — 1.98 (-102; 50/51)
- Under 2.5 goals — 1.96 (-104; 25/26)
- Asian handicap (-1.25) on Denmark — 2.20 (+120; 6/5)
- Asian handicap (+1.25) on Austria — 1.77 (-130; 10/13)
- Both teams to score (Yes) — 2.16 (+116; 29/25)
- Both teams to score (No) — 1.66 (-150; 2/3)
Denmark vs Austria (October 12) match preview and statistics
Denmark continues their perfect run with seven wins and seven clean sheets in the qualifiers games. The Danish Dynamite top the 1st Round Group F table with 21 points. They have scored 26 goals in this period, an average of about four goals per game.
Their win record so far, 2-0 win against Israel, 8-0 win over Moldova, 4-0 win over Austria, 2-0 win over Scotland, 1-0 win over Faroe Islands, 5-0 win over Israel and 4-0 win over Moldova in the last match.
In the win over Moldova, Andrea Skov Olsen gave them the lead in the 23rd minute with a right footed shot to the bottom left corner. Simon Kjaer doubled the lead from the penalty spot in the 33rd minute with his right foot hitting it to the top right corner. Christian Norgaard made it 3-0 five minutes later with a right footed shot from very close range to the bottom right corner, assisted by Olsen with a cross following a corner.
In the nick of halftime, Joakim Maehle scored the fourth goal with a right footed shot from the centre to the bottom right corner, Yussuf Poulsen provided the assist. Top stats from the match, 69% possession, 87% pass accuracy, 21 shots, 17 chances and a high xG of 3.37.
It was a good performance from Kasper Hjulmand’s men, Moldova couldn’t land a shot on target or create a chance in the match. The Red and White are in great form and want to increase the streak to five straight games.
Denmark team news: no player is injured or suspended for the match.
Austria is fourth place in the 1st Round Group F table with 10 points and a -2 goal difference. They have three wins, one draw and three losses from the seven games played.
Das Team got a win in the last match after losing two back-to-back games in the qualifiers. They beat the Faroe Islands 2-0 in the last match. Konrad Laimer opened the scoring in the 26th minute of the first half with a left footed shot to the bottom left corner, assisted by Ercan Kara.
Two minutes after the start of the second half, Marcel Sabitzer’s left footed shot from outside the box found the back of the net. They had 67% possession, 24 shots, 18 chances and a 2.82 xG. Das Team has two wins and three losses in their last five games in the qualifiers. Austria faces a strong opponent in the next match and needs to get some points off them.
Austria team news: Marko Arnautovic and Philipp Lienhart are unavailable due to injuries.
Denmark vs Austria H2H
Both teams met each other in the qualifiers in late March. Denmark came on top winning four goals to nil at Austria’s home. Andreas Skov Olsen scored a brace, Joakim Maehle and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg scored a goal.
Denmark vs Austria (October 12) key players and lineups
Denmark projected starting lineup:
- Kasper Schmeichel
- Daniel Wass
- Simon Kjær
- Jannik Vestergaard
- Jens Stryger Larsen
- Mathias Jensen
- Christian Nørgaard
- Thomas Delaney
- Andreas Skov Olsen
- Mikkel Damsgaard
- Yusuf Poulsen
The key player to watch out for is Andreas Skov Olsen. He’s in top form, scoring a goal and providing an assist in the last match. Olsen has scored in two consecutive games, a goal is expected from the winger in this match. The last time they faced Austria, he scored a brace.
Austria projected starting lineup:
- Daniel Bachmann
- Christopher Trimmel
- Stefan Posch
- Martin Hinteregger
- David Alaba
- Konrad Laimer
- Florian Grillitsch
- Marcel Sabitzer
- Michael Gregoritsch
- Ercan Kara
- Florian Kainz
The key player to watch out for is Marcel Sabitzer. He had a good game in the last match and scored the second goal in their 2-0 win. A top performance is expected from him in this match.
Denmark vs Austria (October 12) betting tips and prediction
The last time they met was at Austria’s home and Denmark thrashed them 4-0. This time around it’s the Danish team that has the home advantage. They are in top form and have kept four clean sheets in four games played since September. The defence is pretty solid, though Austria will definitely put up a good fight, but they can’t beat the Reds with current form.
Betting prediction: Denmark to win
Odds: 1.50 (-200 American; 1/2 Fractional)
Betting prediction: Over 2.5 goals
Odds: 1.98 (-102 American; 50/51 Fractional)