World Cup Match Predictions: Australia vs Denmark | 30/11/22

The third day of the group stages for these two nations. This could well be the match that decides who qualifies for the Round of 16, as France faces off against Tunisia in the other match of this group.

βœ” 1×2 Prediction: Australia vs Denmark

The encounter between these two teams promises to be open and enthralling. Denmark is the favourite, but beware of Australia who won’t be under any pressure. We can see the Danish taking the win by a small margin to round out the group stage.

βœ” Exact Score Prediction: Australia vs Denmark

In this match of the 2022 World Cup, our prediction for the exact score is a match dominated by Denmark, who may be able to win by a slight margin in this encounter, while the Danish may even qualify for the next round before this final match of the group stage.

Victory for Denmark

This is the most likely outcome. Denmark is superior on paper and should dominate the encounter. They will have to be patient to find a way against a team that will be content to defend in order to prevent a goal for as long as possible. 0-1 or 0-2 seem to be the best options.


This is a possible scenario. It is possible that both teams might walk away with a point, especially if Denmark has already qualified before this match. Thus, we shouldn’t write off the possibility of both teams failing to take the lead over the other, 0-0 or 1-1.

Victory for Australia

This is, for the moment, the least likely scenario. Australia will be the surprise guest in this group, and won’t be the favourite. This could perhaps allow them to strike a blow in the Qatar World Cup. 0-1 or 1-2 would be quite a feat.

βœ” Half-time/Full-time prediction: Draw 1st half; Denmark 2nd half

In this match, the Australians, at the bottom of the group, may be able to hold off the opponents in the first half. However, Denmark should be able to find a way to wear them down and bring home the match.

βœ” Scorer Predictions: Australia vs Denmark

In this matchup, we can imagine that the playmaker Christian Eriksen could score, just like his teammate Andreas Cornelius. On the Australian side, Jackson Irvine will no doubt be the one to watch.

βœ” Double Chance Scoring predictions: M. Braithwaite / M. Leckie

This match could allow the attackers to shine. That’s to say, this could be an opportunity to see Martin Braithwaite and Matthew Leckie score. Thus we offer you this double change scoring prediction.

πŸ“„ Match Analysis: Australia vs Denmark

Pre-bet Analysis

Australia have struggled, but will still see the World Cup. They easily finished top of their group in the second round of the eliminations in the Asian zone with 8 wins in as many matches. The Australian team eventually finished third in its group, behind Saudi Arabia and Japan, in the third round. Finally, the Oceanians dominated the United Arab Emirates in the semi-finals of the playoffs (1-2) before besting Peru (0-0, 5-4 on penalties).

Denmark are authoritative. With nine victories and one defeat in ten matches, the 11th nation in FIFA’s ranking flew through the group stage of the eliminations for the World Cup. The Danish finished in front of Scotland, Israel, Austria, the Faroe Islands and Moldova.

The second consecutive faceoff in a World Cup setting. While Denmark and Australia have faced each other 3 times in friendlies (with two Danish victories and one Australian), the two teams also, more importantly, faced off in the last World Cup in Russia, a match that ended in a draw (1-1).

Team Form

Australia will want to keep its momentum. Having participated in the playoffs for the Asian zone after finishing third in the third round, Australia managed to triumph over the United Arab Emirates (1-2) before getting the best of Peru in a long and close match (0-0, 5-4on penalties).

Since the end of the Euro, the Danish have won 10 of their 13 outings (one of which was a prestigious win over France in their last match), losing only to the Netherlands in a friendly, to Scotland on the last day of the World Cup qualifiers and against Croatia in the Nations League.