Denmark had no points prior to their third group match against Russia but galvanised in the emotion of the Copenhagen crowd and won 4-1 to claim second.
Denmark are favourites at 4/5 with Wales underdogs at 4/1 to win in the 90 minutes. Wales to repeat their Euro 2016 feat and qualify for the quarter finals is at 2/1 with Denmark at 4/11. Wales are 80/1 to win Euros in the outright market with Denmark now the neutrals’ favourite to do the same at 18/1.
Gareth Bale is still yet to score but he can break his duck at 11/4 anytime. Aaron Ramsey and Bale’s partnership on the pitch has been excellent with Ramsey breaking from deep. He’s 13/2 in the same market, which represents good value.
Mikkel Damsgaard scored one of the goals of the tournament as he started the Danes’ famous win over Russia. He’s 7/2 to continue his run with Yussuf Poulsen looking for his third strike of the competition at 3/1 to score anytime.
Best bet: Bale dispatched a penalty over the bar against Turkey and missed a sitter versus Italy so he will be looking to rectify these errors. For Wales’ all time leading goalscorer to strike first and his country to win as a full time result is 15/1.
Euros odds and Wales vs Denmark tips via bettingexpert.com.