Prediction Denmark vs Israel WC Qualification UFEA


Denmark vs Israel prediction: The meeting will take place on September 7. Let’s look at the details and decide the best bet.

It will hold a confrontation between Israel and Denmark as part of the World Cup qualification. The Parker Stadium in Copenhagen will host the match.


The teams have only met once in the last five years. As part of the first match in the current qualification, it played the match in March. With a score of 2:0, the Danish team won the confrontation.


The national team of Denmark plays a remarkable game. The team is currently in 1st position in group F with 15 points. Hulmann’s proteges have not conceded one goal, scoring 17. Remember that the Danes reached the semifinals at the last European Championship but fell to England in extra time with a score 2:2.


Rottensteiner’s wards certainly added to the game. The Israeli national team beat the Faroe Islands first, scoring 4:0. Austria was then defeated unexpectedly, 5:2. The Israeli national team is currently in second place with 10 points in the asset. Only two points separate the pursuer, the Scottish national soccer team, from the boys.

Free betting tips and odds for Denmark vs Israel

Our team of experts who analyzed the game thoroughly compiled the following tips. Our tips are free from bias and have been compiled using the most current stats and figures at the time of publication.

* Football Whispers Prediction One: Match Result – Denmark to Win @ 29/100
* Football Whispers Prediction 2: Total Goals – Over 2.5 @ 18/25
* Football Whispers Prediction Three: Both Teams to Score – Yes @ 13/10

Denmark to Win

The qualifying runs of the Dynamites for the 2022 FIFA World Cup are going according to plan. Although the Danes won their fifth consecutive qualifiers victory, a determined Faroe Islands team challenged them. Although Israel has performed admirably in their fixtures it is likely that they will suffer their sixth consecutive defeat at the hands Denmark.

Total Goals – Over 2.5

Only two of Denmark’s five qualification wins have produced Over 2.5 goals. As Eran Zahavi’s prolific Israel team arrives at Parker Stadium, this number should rise. In his last three games, the PSV forward scored six goals. Meanwhile, the Blue and Whites averaged 3.5 goals per game in their four previous away trips.

Both Teams to Score – Yes

The Israelis kept a clean slate in four of five meetings between Denmark & Israel. As the Blue and Whites continue to punch above their weight, this trend will end. They are consistently scoring goals and paid Poland with a masterclass that ended in a 5-2 win. It will be foolish to count them out for getting on the scoreboard. Therefore we support both sides being represented on the scoreboard.

ConcurrenceWC Qualification UFEA
Get started:02.45
Watch TV Live Score:Online TV


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here