Prediction Moldova vs Denmark WC Qualification UFEA

MATCH PREVIEW

Prediction for Moldova vs Denmark It seems like the match will be part of the qualifying round for the World Cup. Let’s find out if this is the case.

We will discuss in detail the key factors that could have an impact on the final outcome.

H2H STATS & PREVIOUS RESULTS

The Danes won the only head-tohead encounter between the teams presented, ending in a crushing 8:0 victory. The sportbooks indicate that the Scandinavians are now the unqualified favorites for the meeting. We will soon see if they live up to their expectations.

MOLDOVA REVIEW

Moldova scored points against all its opponents. It won’t likely score one point in the remaining matches. It is also worth noting that the team did look very good in some matches. A decent match, however, doesn’t always produce results. This squad is particularly weak in attack. Despite the fact that she is a weak attacker, defense doesn’t always work out as planned.

DENMARK REVIEW

Denmark is close to securing a Qatar trip, as was originally expected. The Vikings made themselves well known at the Euro and it’s not surprising that they are confidently making their way towards the World Cup. The team has seven points more than its nearest rival, so it can play freely in the matches ahead.

Best free betting tips for Moldova vs Denmark

These are our predictions for Moldova and Denmark

  • Prediction One: Goals in both halves – Yes @ 50%
  • Two-year prediction: Total Goals – More Than 3.5 Goals @ 6/5
  • Prediction three – Olsen to Score @5/1

Goals in both halves

Denmark scored five goals in the first forty-five minutes and three in the second forty-five in the second 45. In March’s 8-0 victory over Moldova, we predict that there will be goals this weekend in both halves. Denmark has scored 22 goals and conceded none in six qualifying games and has a 100% record for Group F. Moldova, however, has conceded 18 goals and only managed to score three times.

More than 3.5 Goals

A bet of more than 3.5 goals on Saturday is a significant weight considering that both sides scored 8 goals when they met earlier this year. In Denmark’s six last matches, at least four goals were scored, including a win of 5-0 over Israel and a win of 4-0 over Wales. Meanwhile, Moldova lost 4-1 to Israel in their home country in March.

Olsen to Score

As it stands, Olsen has scored the highest qualifying goals for Denmark with three goals to his credit. Bologna’s young forward scored against Israel and twice against Austria last month, so it is possible that he will score against the weakest defense in the group this weekend.

ConcurrenceWC Qualification UFEA
Date:10/10/2021
Get started:02.45
Watch TV Live Score:Online TV


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