For our Denmark vs. Finland prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the home side.
Denmark get their EURO 2024 qualifying campaign underway this week as they take on Finland in Copenhagen on Thursday.
Denmark have been drawn into qualifying Group H, a group containing Finland, Kazakhstan, Northern Ireland, San Marino and Slovenia.
The Danes enter this game hoping to exorcise what was a mightily disappointing World Cup campaign for them having suffered a shock group stage exit at the World Cup having claimed just one point from games against Tunisia, France and Australia.
Their premature exit was particularly surprising given Denmark's form heading into the competition was excellent having beaten France twice amongst several other high-profile victories.
Still, their form in qualifiers has been very good having won their last five major tournament qualifying matches on the bounce.
Their record at home is excellent too, with the Nordic side having won seven of their last eight games on home soil.
Denmark have a very favourable group here and in all honesty should qualify without too much issue. They will expect themselves to win every game here and particularly those on home soil and given their record a Finland win seems unlikely.
Finland have had a pretty tough time of things since qualifying for EURO 2020 having missed out on the World Cup with their form effectively falling off a cliff.
They enter this game amidst a poor run of form having failed to win any of their last four matches (W0 D2 L2) while winning just two of their last ten.
Their record away from home is not particularly encouraging here having won one, drawn two and lost three of their last six matches on the road.
Finland are still largely reliant on Teemu Pukki for their goals but with Marcus Forss in decent form form Middlesbrough this season they'll be hoping he can contribute this qualifying campaign.
As far as this game is concerned it's the toughest one for Finland on the qualifying calendar but their group as a whole is quite favourable and they should very much be looking to progress from this. They might leave Copengahen empty handed but their chances will very much still be alive.
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