Off the back of two defeats to Chile and Germany, Roy Hodgson’s England squad look to put in a strong performance and return to winning form tonight at Wembley.
With just three more friendlies to play before the national squad’s official World Cup campaign begins on June 14, many of the less experienced members of the side are taking the final matches as an opportunity to stake their claim for a place in the travelling 23-man squad.
Opponents Denmark have beaten England twice out of the last three meetings despite not making their World Cup playoff position, coming second to Italy in group B. Kicking off at 8pm GMT time this evening, England are odds on to win the match at 1.61, compared to Denmark’s 5.5.
Speculation has emerged over a number of crucial positions within the squad, including whether 18 year old Luke Shaw will get his international break and take the place of Ashley Cole, who has struggled to make appearances for Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea all season.
- England have lost last two international fixtures yet were unbeaten in their World Cup qualification games.
- In all 18 meetings between the two sides, England have won 11 compared to Denmark’s 3, the two sides have drawn on four occasions.
- In their last ten matches, England have won four, drew four and lost two.
- In their last ten matches, Denmark have won six, drawn two and lost two.
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