Germany vs. Denmark odds, picks: Soccer expert reveals best bets for Wednesday’s international friendly


Germany and Denmark will tune up for UEFA Euro 2020 with a friendly matchup at Tivoli Stadion in Innsbruck, Austria on Wednesday. The tournament was postponed last year because of the pandemic and will begin June 11, with Denmark facing Finland the following day and Germany looking at a showdown with France on June 15. The Danes have been on quite a run and have moved up to 10th in the FIFA world ranking, two spots ahead of the Germans. Denmark has won eight of its last nine, most recently a 4-0 rout of Austria, while Germany was stunned 2-1 by North Macedonia in its last outing.

Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. ET. Germany is the +110 favorite (risk $100 to win $110) in the latest Germany vs. Denmark odds at William Hill Sportsbook, while the over-under for total goals scored is 2.5. Before you lock in your Denmark vs. Germany picks, be sure to see the predictions and betting advice from SportsLine’s soccer insider Martin Green

After working in the sports betting industry for several years, Green became a professional sports writer and handicapper. Since then, his European soccer picks have been spot-on. Green has generated almost $19,000 for $100 bettors since the 2017-18 season.

Now, he has set his sights on Germany vs. Denmark. You can visit SportsLine now to see his picks. Here are several odds and trends for Denmark vs. Germany:

  • Germany vs. Denmark spread: Germany -0.5
  • Germany vs. Denmark over-under: 2.5 goals
  • Germany vs. Denmark money line: Germany +110, Denmark +280, Draw +220
  • GER: Thomas Muller has 129 goals and 135 assists in 383 matches with Bayern Munich
  • DEN: Martin Braithwaite has 24 goals in 48 appearances for the Danish national team

Why you should back Germany

Manager Joachim Low will have his team fired up after the embarrassing loss to North Macedonia and a 6-0 drubbing by Spain in the Nations League in November. Germany outscored Romania and Iceland 4-0 in winning the two games in between. Low has plenty of veterans to lead the way, and midfielders Thomas Muller and Toni Kroos are still among the world’s best playmakers. Muller led the German Bundesliga with 19 assists for champion Bayern Munich, while Kroos tied for third in La Liga with 10 for league runner-up Real Madrid.

The German squad also has young talent and many other stars from Bayern Munich. Joshua Kimmich had 10 assists, Serge Gnabry scored 10 goals and Leroy Sane set up nine and scored six for the league champion. Kai Havertz, who scored the goal that gave Chelsea the Champions League title, also will play a key role in the club’s future. Longtime defenders Mats Hummels and Matthias Ginter are rock steady, and Chelsea star Antonio Rudiger comes off an impressive season but is likely to rest on Wednesday.  

Why you should back Denmark

The Danes have looked like one of the best teams in the world for the past few years, going 16-8-2 in their last 26 games. They beat talented teams like England and Switzerland in that stretch, and both losses were to Belgium, the world’s top-ranked team. They outscored Austria, Moldova and Israel 14-0 in three World Cup qualifying matches in March. In its last 10 matches, Denmark has outscored its opponents 28-5. 

Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel and a relentless defense are tough to crack. Schmeichel had 11 clean sheets for Leicester City this season, and Andreas Christensen of Chelsea and captain Simon Kjaer of AC Milan form a strong partnership in front of him. Tottenham’s Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Borussia Dortmund’s Thomas Delaney make strong tackles in midfield, and Inter Milan’s Christian Eriksen sets up the attack. Jonas Wind, who had 15 goals in 28 matches with FC Copenhagen, has become a dangerous scorer at age 22, and Barcelona’s Martin Braithwaite and RB Leipzig’s Yussuf Poulsen can cause problems up front.

How to make picks for Denmark vs. Germany

Green has looked at the Germany vs. Denmark matchup from all angles and is leaning over on the goal total. He also has revealed his in-depth analysis and a pair of strong prop bets. You can only get those picks at SportsLine

So who wins Germany vs. Denmark? And where does all the betting value lie? Visit SportsLine now to find out which side to back, all from the European soccer expert who’s up almost $19k





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