Scotland will host Denmark in game 10 of Group F of the UEFA qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
The match will start at 6:45 p.m. G.M.T on Monday, 15 November 2021. The match venue is Hampden Park, Glasgow. Below you will find betting tips and match prediction for Scotland vs Denmark (November 15) in game 10 of the UEFA qualifiers for the 2022 World Cup.
Scotland vs Denmark (November 15) latest odds on betting sites
Scotland has their winning odds placed at 3.28 (+228 American; 57/25 Fractional). Denmark is the favourite and has its winning odds placed at 2.41 (+141; 141/100). The betting odds for a draw are placed at 3.32 (+232; 58/25).
The chances of the outcomes are as follows: Scotland — 30%, draw — 29%, Denmark — 41%.
Latest betting odds on Scotland vs Denmark (15 November 2021):
- Over 2.5 goals — 2.38 (+138; 69/50)
- Under 2.5 goals — 1.65 (-154; 13/20)
- Asian handicap (+0.25) on Scotland — 1.85 (-118; 17/20)
- Asian handicap (-0.25) on Denmark — 1.96 (-104; 24/25)
- Both teams to score (Yes) — 2.03 (+103; 103/100)
- Both teams to score (No) — 1.75 (-133; 3/4)
Scotland vs Denmark (November 15) match preview and stats
Scotland got a 2-0 victory over Moldova in their last game as they sealed a place in the play-offs. Nathan Patterson opened the scoreline in the 38th minute with a nice finish into the back of the net.
Che Adams doubled their lead in the 65th minute with a close range finish after a low cross to the back post. Scotland dominated the game with 16 shots in total and four on target. Scottish Saltires had an expected goal of 2.13 and created 15 chances. Scotland had 55% possession and a pass success of 78%.
Scotland are second in the table with 20 points, seven points behind first place Denmark. Scottish Saltires won six games, drew two and lost just one game. They scored 15 goals while conceding seven goals with a goal difference of +8.
Scotland team news: Grant Hanley is injured and out of the game. Ryan Fraser is out of contention with a knock. Scott McTominay is a doubt for the game.
Denmark got a 3-1 victory over Faroe Islands in their last game. Andreas Skov Olsen opened the scoreline in the 17th minute with a right footed shot from the right side of the box into the bottom right corner.
Jacob Larsen doubled their lead in the 62nd minute with a left footed shot from close range to the bottom left corner. Klaemint Olsen pulled one back for Faroe Island in the 88th minute with a nice header into the bottom left corner.
Joakim Maehle made it 3-1 in the last minute with a right footed shot from outside the box to the bottom left corner. Denmark were dominant in the game with 68% ball possession and 83% pass success. The Red and White had an expected goals of 2.39 and created 14 chances. Denmark had 19 shots with seven being on target.
Denmark are top of the table with 27 points, as they embarked on an unbeaten run in the qualifiers. The Red and White won nine out of nine games scoring 30 goals while conceding just one goal. Denmark have qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Denmark team news: Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Mathias Jensen are both injured and out of the game. Joachim Andersen is out of contention due to injury with Robert Skov being a doubt for the game.
Scotland vs Denmark H2H
Denmark won the home fixture of the World Cup qualifiers between both teams by two goals to nil.
Scotland has won two of the last three meetings between both teams.
Scotland vs Denmark (November 15) key players and lineups
Scotland projected starting lineup:
- Craig Gordon
- Jack Hendry
- Liam Cooper
- Kieran Tierney
- Nathan Patterson
- John McGinn
- Callum McGregor
- Andrew Robertson
- David Turnbull
- Che Adams
- Stuart Armstrong
Notable subs: Kevin Nisbet, Kenny Mclean and Jacon Brown.
John McGinn has been Scotland’s best player in the qualifiers. The Scottish international has scored the most goals for the country during the qualifiers with four goals, overperforming his expected goals of 1.72. McGinn has provided one assist while creating 11 chances.
Denmark projected starting lineup:
- Kasper Schmeichel
- Jannik Vestergaard
- Simon Kjaer
- Andreas Christensen
- Jens Stryger Larsen
- Thomas Delaney
- Jesper Lindstrom
- Joakim Maehle
- Andreas Skov Olsen
- Jacob Bruun Larsen
- Yussuf Poulsen
Notable subs: Anders Dreyer, Andreas Cornelius.
Andreas Skov Olsen scored a goal in their 3-1 victory over Faroes Island. The Danish international has been exceptional in the qualifiers with five goals, overperforming his expected goals of 1.78. Olsen has provided three assists while creating 19 chances and providing 16 key passes.
Scotland vs Denmark (November 15) betting tips and predictions
Scotland secured a spot in the play-offs with a 2-0 victory over Moldova. The Scottish Saltires have been absolutely brilliant in the qualifiers with six wins, two draws and one loss against Denmark in the qualifiers. Scotland are second in the table with 20 points and have scored 15 goals while conceding seven goals. Scotland are in the form of their life with five wins in their last five goals, scoring eight games and conceding two goals in those games. The Scottish Saltires will love to get a win over Denmark to boost their confidence for the upcoming play-offs.
Denmark has been one of the best teams in the world during the qualifiers as they are yet to lose a game. The Red and Wghite got a 3-1 victory over Faroe Islands in their last game. Denmark have won all their qualifiers so far as they are first in the table with 27 points. The Red and White have scored 30 goals while conceding just one with a goal difference of +29. Denmark have won five of their last five games, scoring 14 goals while conceding jsu one in those games. The Red and White will like to end the qualifiers with a win as they would have won all their qualifiers game.
Betting prediction: Over 2.5 goals
Odds: 2.38 (+138 American; 138/100 Fractional)