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Monday 21 June 21:00

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Russia vs Denmark – Euro 2020 Finals Match Preview, Kick-Off Time & Match Prediction

Euro 2020 Finals encounter, with Russia taking on Denmark on Monday the 21st of June, 2021, at Parken, in Copenhagen.

Miranchuk’s goal late in the first half on Wednesday, in Russia’s game against Finland, proved to be the only one of the match, enough to earn the Russians all three points and have them second in the group table, level on points with Finland and with an inferior goal difference, but what matters the most is that Russia have won their head-to-head match, hence their second spot in the table. Their current form reads; WLWDL. It feels like a draw in this game would be enough to keep them second. If they draw, then they drop third only if Finland beat Belgium (beat, not just draw with them), a rather unlikely scenario, no matter if the Belgians have already qualified for the last 16. Coach Stanislav Cherchesov played a 3-5-1-1 formation against Finland the other day, with Dzyuba up front and Miranchuk right behind him. If Russia draw, even if they drop third in the group table, they should still make it to the last 16, as four points should be enough to be among the best four third-placed teams.

Denmark are with their back against the wall; after losing 0-1 to Finland on their debut, they lost 1-2 to Belgium as well, getting left without a single point from their first two matches, not to mention a -2 goal difference. Can they still qualify? Yes. Denmark can still finish third in the group, even second, but… realistically, their chances do not look good; they must, simply must beat Russia in this game, that’s number one. Would that be enough to qualify? Not necessarily. One thing is for sure, if they are to qualify as one of the best four third-placed teams, they should make the win over Russia as big as possible. Their current form reads; LLWDW. Coach Kasper Hjulmand chose a 3-4-2-1 formation against Belgium the other day, with Poulsen up front. He opened the scoring less than two minutes into the game, but the Danes conceded twice after the interval.

Incredibly, Russia and Denmark have met just once before(!). It was a friendly game in February 2012, on Danish soil, which the Russians won 0-2.

A 1-1 draw is predicted at full-time.

Date: Monday, 21st of June, 2021.

Venue: Parken

Kick-off time: 21:00 (GMT+2).

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