Israel hosts Denmark in round 1 of the World Cup Qualification. The match will be played on Thursday, March 25th at Bloomfield Stadium (Tel-Aviv).
As a rule, the team of Israel showed statistics of a strong middle peasant in national football. It is rarely easy for anyone to play against the Blue and Whites, especially on the road. But at the same time, they didn’t manage to achieve anything significant all the time that they have been playing in the European region. Israel was close to the major European tournament in 2020, when the new regulations could help (additional places from the Nations League). But Scotland won 5-3 on penalties after a boring goalless draw in the regulation time. Curiously, now the best Israeli players are gathered in the attacking group. Eran Zahavi always scores a lot, Dabbur and Weissman play in the top championships, and Manor Solomon shows a bright game at Shakhtar.
After a slight decline, Denmark is showing good results again. The team reached the 1/8 finals at the previous World Cup and qualified for the Euro. And in the last Nations League, the Danes scored four points in matches against England and beat Iceland twice (however, they could not oppose anything to the Belgians). It is not surprising that even now Kasper Hjulmand's charges are only expected to lead in a simpler group and to promote to the World Cup directly. Yes, for various reasons, Zanka Jorgensen, Erik Sviatchenko, Cornelius, Pione Sisto, Kasper Dolberg, and Bruun Larsen remained outside the roster, and the coaching staff did not call up Abildgaard from Rubin. But there are still enough stars in every line - Schmeichel between the sticks, Kjaer in defense, Eriksen as a playmaker, and Braithwaite and Yussuf Poulsen in the attack. In general, only six performers out of three dozen in the roster are currently not playing for clubs from the top divisions of Europe.
In 1999, it was Denmark that did not let Israel go to the Euro – the Danes won both games with a total score of 8-0. Then there were two friendly matches, and Danish Dynamite also won them (3-1 in 2002 and 2-0 in 2006). Yes, Israel is a rather difficult opponent at home. But the Danes are simply stronger, so we will use the obvious option with the victory of the visitors.
Bet Type: 3Way - result
Best Odds: 1.75 at
Stake: 2% bankroll (40 Units)
Date/Time: 25-Mar-2021 18:00 CET
Event Result: 0:2(0:1)
Profit: +30.00 Units