A heart-broken Denmark prepares to resume Euro 2020 knockout stage action in Amsterdam on Saturday. While Wales come to the knockout stage as Group A runners-up. Wales vs Denmark is the first fixture of the Round of 16 stages of the tournament. Although the event involving Eriksen have broken every Danish heart, the Danes come into the knockout stage on the back of a sweet 4-1 victory over Russia. To help you with your fantasy team SportzPoint brings you every insider from the game. Follow our Fantasy Football Predictions for all the tricks, tips and dream teams.
Wales vs Denmark: the recent form of both teams
Five years on from their memorable run to the Euro 2016 semi-finals, Wales have another chance to make history. The Dragons lost 1-0 to Italy in their final group match but it is very unlikely to affect their mentality. Four days before this they already sealed their spot to the knockouts after a victory over Turkey.
Wales Euro 2020 form: D-W-L
Wales recent form in all competition: L-D-D-W-L
Denmark defied the odds to finish as runners-up to Belgium in Group B despite losing their first two games. Kasper Hjulmand’s men opened their campaign with a 1-0 defeat to Finland. However, the defeat was overshadowed by the tragic events involving Christian Eriksen. They further lost 2-1 to Belgium on Thursday, which left them bottom of the section on zero points. However, they still managed to qualify for the knockouts after defeating Russia in Copenhagen.
Denmark’s form in Euro 2020 – L-L-W
Denmark’s recent form in all competition: D-W-L-L-W
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Wales vs Denmark: team news, head to head record and Probable starting xi
The Dragons will be without the suspended Ampadu, but Page otherwise has no known injury issues to contend with. Robert Page has stuck with his 4-5-1 formation in the group stage games and is expected to start with the same formation in the last-16 fixture. He might start the same XI that drew with Switzerland and won against Turkey.
Wales possible starting lineup:
Ward; Roberts, Mepham, Rodon, Davies; James, Ramsey, Allen, Morrell, Bale; Moore
As for Denmark, they will of course still be without Eriksen as he continues to recover from the cardiac arrest suffered against Finland a couple of weeks ago. Based on the performance against Russia, the Danes may well stick with the same lineup.
Denmark possible starting lineup:
Schmeichel; Christensen, Kjaer, Vestergaard; Wass, Hojbjerg, Delaney, Maehle; Braithwaite, Damsgaard; Poulsen
Head to head:
Wales and Denmark have played 10 games against each other in the past. The Dragons have won 4 games while the Danes have won 6.
Wales vs Denmark: Dream11 Fantasy football team and predictions
You must change your team if any of this players isn’t announced in the final staring xi.