Denmark v Sweden tips – the goals could flow in Copenhagen

The goals could flow in Copenhagen

Over 2.5 Goals

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Betting Tip: Over 2.5 Goals @ 6/5 with paddypower

Goals from Emil Forsberg and Zlatan Ibrahimovic helped Sweden to a 2-1 victory over Denmark on Friday night, although Nicolai Jørgensen’s first ever goal for his country left the home fans in Solna with a feeling of disappointment.

The Danes are now a 1-0 win away from Euro 2016 although the dilemma is how to keep a tight defence while roving forward in search of that crucial goal, especially with Zlatan such a dangerous player in attack.

Sweden can’t afford to turn up and play a defensive match at Telia Parken, with the visitors looking to take the match away from their “little brother” and they look a chunky price to land victory on Tuesday night.

After all, the Danes had issues during the regular qualifying phase as they failed to score in home matches against Portugal and Albania, losing the former game 1-0 before a goalless draw against the latter.

Denmark naturally can’t afford to keep a clean sheet in this vital encounter, with Morten Olsen hoping to finish his lengthy tenure in charge of the national team with a visit to the European Championship.

The 66-year-old has been Denmark national team coach since 2000 and confirmed he would be stepping down after Euro 2016, with his players going all out to make sure this isn’t his final game in charge.

Betting Tip: Over 2.5 Goals @ 6/5 with paddypower

All odds were correct at time of posting.

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