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England vs Denmark Odds & Prediction – Women’s World Cup (July 28)

John Dillon

by John Dillon in Soccer News

Updated Jul 27, 2023 · 8:16 AM PDT

England midfielder Georgia Stanway (8)
Oct 7, 2022; London, ENG; England midfielder Georgia Stanway (8) in the match between United States and England at Wembley Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Peter van den Berg-USA TODAY Sports
  • European champions face Danes in Group D at Sydney Football Stadium at 4:30 am ET on Friday
  • Denmark defeated China 1-0 in its opening game while England scored a 1-0 victory against Haiti
  • See our England vs Denmark prediction, odds and best bets for Women’s World Cup Group D

Two teams with winning starts under their belts meet on Friday in England vs Denmark at the Women’s World Cup and we have all of the England vs Denmark odds and picks here. 

Both nations have identical records after the opening round of games in Australia.

The Danes scored a 1-0 win against China in their first Group D fixture.

Meanwhile, England scored a 1-0 victory against Haiti.

Now a place at the top of the section is at stake as these sides meet at the Sydney Football Stadium, with kick-off at 4:30 am ET.

England vs Denmark Odds

Result Moneyline
England -240
Qatar +650
Draw +310

At DraftKings, the England team – which is the reigning European champion – is unsurprisingly a wide favorite for a win in this game at -240, with an implied probability of 70.59% to win. Moreover, Denmark is a big outsider at +650. The draw is priced at +310.


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England is the third favorite to reach the tournament final at +250. So it’s clear why it is the most strongly fancied side in this match-up.

Meanwhile, Denmark is the 13th favorite to achieve that goal at +35000.

Odds at Draftkings Sportsbook as of July 27. Be sure to check out the top sports betting sites this week to get the best bonus for your Women’s World Cup 2023 picks.

England vs Denmark Over/Under & Spread

Haiti handed England a much tougher test than expected in the opening round of games.

It took a penalty scored by Georgia Stanway to secure England’s win.

Worryingly, England has scored just once – from the penalty spot – in its last three matches.

Meanwhile, Denmark has kept clean sheets in its last four games while scoring five times.

Therefore, this may not be a high-scoring meeting.

The odds for there to be three goals or more stand at +120 (Ov 2.5). Meanwhile, the price for there to be fewer than three goals is -175.

There could be decent earnings if England finds the form which has them slated among the tournament favorites – and it busts its goal drought. 

For a total of four goals or more, the price is +300 (Ov 3.5).

Among the spread offerings, England is priced at +130 to win by two goals or more (Spread -1.5).

Denmark is rated at +550 to win by at least one goal (Spread -0.5) in the England vs Denmark odds.

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England has become one of the most high-profile women’s national teams since its Euros victory in London last year.

It is ranked world number four by FIFA.

But it is struggling to bust out of a run of indifferent form – perhaps brought on by the weight of expectation.

It has lost only once in 33 matches under the command of Dutch coach Sarina Wiegman.

But the stumbling nature of its opening tournament win against Haiti was underlined by the fact that Georgia Stanway’s winning penalty was taken twice.

A big improvement will be needed this time out – and Wiegman is a demanding coach who can bring this recovery out of her players.

Meanwhile, Denmark is competing in its first women’s World Cup since 2007.

It is rated 13th best in the world by FIFA.

The opening win for the Danes against China was very tight – with substitute Amelie Vangsgaard’s headed winner coming in the 90th minute.

The team has won six of its last seven games and is highly rated defensively. So it is likely that this could be another tightly contested affair when considering the best England vs Denmark picks.

England vs Denmark Statistics

1 Wins 1
0 Draws 0
0 Losses 0
1 Goals 1
4 Goals Against 3
2 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
0 Clean Sheets 0

*Statistics from Women’s World Cup 2023.

Rachel Daly to Score Odds

The versatile Aston Villa star Rachel Daly is the player most favored player to score in this tie at +140 – or +400 to score first or last in the England vs Denmark props.

However, she only came on as a 76th-minute substitute against Haiti and coach Wiegman usually likes to start with unchanged line-ups.

She has claimed a total of 13 goals for her country.

She scored 30 times in her 30 appearances for her club last season so Wiegman could be tempted to start her as she seeks to end her side’s goal famine.

Moreover, she has not scored for England since a 2-1 win against Italy last February.

The second favorite to get on the scoresheet is England’s Alessia Russo at +150.

The Arsenal forward has scored 11 times in 23 international outings. She scored 22 times for Manchester United last season before her move last month to Arsenal.

Denmark’s Pernille Harder is the player most favored to find the net for her team at +350 – or +750 to score first or last.

She has scored no fewer than 70 international goals in 142 appearances. 

She left Chelsea for Bayern Munich this summer for a women’s world record fee of $440,000.

England vs Denmark History

There was a 2-0 win for England the last time these teams met in a friendly in May 2019.

In a total of five collisions since 1984, England has won four times and Denmark once.

England vs Denmark Line-Ups & Injuries

England Women projected line-up: Earps; Bronze, Bright, Carter, Greenwood; Walsh, Stanway, Toone; Kelly, Hemp, Russo

England Injuries: None

Denmark Women projected line-up: Christensen; Sevecke, Ballisager, Boye, Veje; Hasbo, Holmgaard, Kuhl; Thomsen, Sorensen, Harder

Denmark Injuries: None

England vs Denmark Prediction

England is one of the strongest teams at the tournament and will be looking to make a statement this time out. 

There is also the chance of potentially securing a place in the knockout stages after just two games. 

So it is likely to claim a more comfortable win than it managed against Haiti despite Denmark’s strong defensive capabilities.

England vs Denmark Picks: England -1.5 (+130)

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