Denmark will be looking to seal their spot in the round of 16 when they take on an inconsistent Australian side at the Cosmos Arena on 21st June in another Group C fixture. A win for either side will be necessary to keep them alive in the race for a round of 16 spots. With France being the likely Group C toppers and Peru, Denmark, and Australia the other three sides vying for the second spot, every game from here on will be a do-or-die game.
Of the three teams though, Denmark looks to be the strongest side on paper and might well qualify with a win against Australia, who have just not been able to find any form. The recent friendly results take the game more in favor of Denmark as they are undefeated since October last year.
With a round of 16 spots at stake, the game will be nothing short of a nail-biting finish for sure for every football fan. Missing out on such a high octave game would be the last thing any fan would think about. To make sure they don’t encounter that nightmare, we bring you all the details to keep you prepared well before time.
Just like all other games, Denmark vs Australia match will also have an ample number of live stream channels. The Australian fans will have to visit Optus Sport’s website to get enjoy the live stream of the game on their choice of device. For the fans in Denmark, the live stream will be available on DR’s website. The American fans will enjoy the live stream on FOX Sports’ official live stream channel dedicated entirely to the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The biggest live stream for Denmark vs. Australia game will be on beIN Sports as all the fans from the Middle East and North Africa will be able to enjoy it.
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The live stream will also be provided by BBC and ITV for the fans in the UK, by Sony for the fans in Asian Subcontinent, by DirecTV for the fans in the Caribbean, and Kwese Sports, Canal+, and SuperSport for the African fans. The fans who won’t have access to any official live stream can opt for the VPN Gateways available on the internet. Also, top sticky bundles like fuboTV, Sling TV, DirecTV, and PlayStation Vue will serve as the perfect second option for the fans who are fed up with their cable. A guide on how to watch the entire 2018 FIFA World Cup via VPN and Sticky Bundles is available on our website.
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The Denmark Australia game is expected to be highly intense as both sides will be giving in their everything to keep themselves alive in the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The official broadcast of the game will begin two hours before the kick-off with a preview show that will cover all three games to be played on 21st June.
While the Australian fans can opt for either SBS or Optus Sport, the official broadcast for the Danish fans will come from DR and TV2. The American fans can enjoy the game on FOX Sports, the fans from Asian Subcontinent on Sony ESPN, the African fans on Canal+ or Kwese Sports or SuperSport, fans from the MENA countries on beIN Sports, fans from the Caribbean countries on DirecTV, and the fans from the UK on BBC or ITV.
Australia’s first match against France: Read more here.
The Group C game between Denmark and Australia will be played at the Cosmos Arena in Samara on 21st June 2018 with a scheduled kick-off at 15:00 local time. Cosmos Arena is one of the most stadiums being exclusively built for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. It is currently in the final stages of construction and will be ready to dazzle well before the World Cup kicks off. It will have a seating capacity of 44,918 and will host the home games of Russian Premier League side, FC Krylia Sovetov Samara, replacing the Metallurg Stadium.
With their top scorer, Tim Cahill, at the final stages of his career, Australia will be lurking to find some support for him. Though they’ve found a few good players in the defense and midfield, their attack still relies solely on Tim Cahill’s aging shoulders. Denmark, on the other hand, has pretty much everything sorted from defense to attack with quite a few big names. Here is how each side is likely to line up against each other.
Denmark Probable XI
Schmeichel (GK); Simon Kjær, Durmisi, Jørgensen, Christensen; Kvist, Eriksen, Delaney; Poulsen, Dolberg, Bendtner
Australia Probable XI
Ryan (GK); Degenik, Wright, Behich, Sainsbury; Mooy, Jedinak, Irvine; Cahill, Juric, Kruse
Given Denmark’s recent performance, it would take a bit more than their best from Australia to turn things around. Given the importance of this World Cup for their side, Australia will indeed try to give in more than their best on the field. A defeat won’t be accepted by Denmark either which makes a draw the most likely result. Our prediction for the final scoreline is Australia 1-1 Denmark.
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