With Group I shaping up for a spectacular finish, three points for Denmark on Friday would place them in a strong position entering their final two matches. Defeat, however, would leave them needing to rely on other results to secure a top-two finish. Denmark opened their Group I campaign with a 2-1 win over Armenia last September, before claiming a decent point in Albania. A 1-0 home defeat at home to Portugal followed, but back-to-back wins over Serbia have placed Morten Olsen's side in a fairly strong position. Albania have never before qualified for a major international tournament, but their form in Group I thus far has aided suggestions that they will be at the competition in France next summer. Indeed, Gianni de Biasi's side, who are now ranked at 22 by FIFA – their highest ever position - have not yet lost in their section. A total of 10 points from four group matches has left them in third position in the table and victory against Denmark would take them top, with a game in hand. Albania opened their qualification campaign with a hugely impressive 1-0 win in Portugal, before claiming a 1-1 draw at home to Denmark four days later. A trip to Serbia was next on their fixture list, but the game was abandoned and Albania were awarded the points with a default 3-0 win.
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- PickDenmark-1AH 1
- Odds+125 Bet365
- Match result0-0 (-8.00)