Denmark vs Chile

Denmark vs Chile: Preview and Predictions

Denmark vs Chile
International Friendlies
Date: Tuesday, 27 March 2018
Kick-Off at 19:00 UK
Venue: Aalborg Portland Park (Aalborg).

Chile have managed to get off to a victorious start under the new manager Reinaldo Rueda who took charge after team’s failure in the South American World Cup Qualifications. La Roja have shockingly lost three of last four qualifiers to drop out of the top five in the competition ladder. The crowd thus won’t have the chance to watch the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Arturo Vidal at the biggest stage this summer in Russia.

The ones who will have the privilege of watching Man Utd and Bayern Munich starts are fans in Aalborg where Chile are about to take on World Cup contestants Denmark in a friendly on Tuesday evening. As mentioned in the introduction, the back-to-back Copa America champions have managed to instill some confidence into them by beating another WC Participant Sweden on Saturday at Friends Arena. Arturo Vidal was the one who broke the deadlock early on, while the substitute Marco Bolados secured the victory with the 90th-minute winner.

Can Chile make it back-to-back victories on Tuesday against Denmark? Making it count will be a very tough task for Rueda and his men given that the hosts have a strong firepower on display in the final third, led by Tottenham Hotspur’s Christian Eriksen who has been phenomenal in the World Cup playoffs against Republic of Ireland. Age Hareide’s men have, however, only managed to beat Panama by a single goal margin, thanks to Pione Sisto whose goal made all the difference on Thursday evening.

Denmark vs Chile: Head-to-head

Denmark and Chile played each other in a friendly at Brondby Stadion back in August 2009.

Paredes and Sanchez scored goals in a 1-2 victory for the South Americans back then.

Denmark vs Chile: Prediction

We expect to witness an open encounter packed with goals between two attackingly-oriented sides.

Backing goals at both ends thus just has to be the way to go, and we’ll take this bet with both hands at the odds of 2.00.

As for the outcome, the draw looks to be the most likable of three and we’ll take it at 3.30.

Denmark vs Chile: Bet Tips