Sports Innovation previews the World Cup match between Scotland and Denmark and offers team stats and betting tips with the latest odds.
Scotland and Denmark lock horns in Glasgow for the last game of their respective Group F campaigns.
The fates of both teams are already decided. Denmark have won Group F with nine wins from nine games, ensuring them an automatic spot for the 2022 World Cup finals. Scotland, in contrast, have booked a playoff spot for next year’s tournament in Qatar through a second-place finish.
Facts and figures for Scotland vs Denmark in World Cup.
- Scotland has won the last 5 matches in a row;
- Scotland has won the last 3 matches in a row at home;
- Scotland unbeaten the last 10 matches in a row at home;
- Scotland has won in the last 6 of 7 matches.
- Denmark has won the last 9 matches in a row;
- Denmark has won the last 4 matches in a row when playing away;
- Denmark has won in the last 9 of 10 matches;
- Denmark has won in the last 9 of 10 matches when playing away.
Current form — Scotland vs Denmark
Scots look tough to beat
Scotland go into this encounter high on confidence following 5 wins from their last 6 matches. Steve Clarke’s side have really been enjoying their football in their previous 3 matches, which started off with a 3-2 win against Israel. They went on to beat the Faroe Islands by 0-1, before also getting the better of Moldova in a 0-2 victory.
Danes are in red-hot form
Denmark are in red-hot form at the moment claiming 18 points out of a possible 18. In their last 3 matches, Kasper Hjulmand’s side beat Moldova 4-0 before securing a 1-0 win against Austria. They defeated the Faroe Islands 3-1 last time out.
Scotland vs Denmark — fixture history
The last match between these teams was a World Cup qualifier back on 1 September 2021 and saw Denmark claim a 2-0 victory.
Do not expect too much entertainment on Monday, when Scotland and Denmark face off. Their last 5 matches were largely tight affairs, as more than two goals only happened 1 time. Both teams to score paid out with the bookies 1 time in those 5 matches. Denmark tend to have the upper hand against Scotland, grabbing all 3 points 3 times in 5 matches in the World Cup.
Current table in the World Cup
Lyndon Dykes’ return from suspension is a big boost for Scotland. The QPR striker has scored four goals in recent outings and will want to add to his tally in Glasgow. As for Denmark, Joakim Maehle and Andreas Skov Olsen are looking sharp.