Denmark vs Australia live stream online – Denmark’s national team will play against Australia in the preliminary round Group C World Cup 2018, at the Cosmos Arena, Russia, Thursday (21/6) at 19:00 pm.
The first kick-off or third group kick-off in Group C will be broadcast live by bein Sport as the holder of World Cup 2018 rights.
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Danish national team became one of the countries of the Scandinavian region who qualify for the 2018 World Cup besides Iceland and Sweden.
The Hareide team’s run of survival was determined after a 5-1 aggregate win over the Republic of Ireland in the final game of the fall phase or European zone qualifying play-off on 14 November 2017.
Timnas nicknamed the Danish Dynamite returned to the world stage this year after missing the 2014 edition. The last time Denmark joined the World Cup was in 2010.
Denmark have won 15 World Cup qualifiers since 1986, with four of them qualifying for the finals. Their best achievement was reaching the quarter-finals at the 1998 World Cup.
Danish national team’s first step in the 2018 World Cup ended sweetly. In the opening match of Group C of the 2018 World Cup, at the Mordovia Arena Stadium on Saturday (16/6) night, Denmark broke the resistance of Peru with the score 1-0 through goals Yussuf Poulsen.
Unlike Denmark, the Australian national team became the 31st country to qualify for the 2018 World Cup finals. One ticket to Russia was achieved after successfully defeating Honduras by a score of 3-1 in the second leg of the continental play-offs.
Counted 14 times the Australian national team following World Cup qualification since 1974, with four of them qualify for the finals. The best achievement was through the last 16 of the 2006 World Cup.
Australia national team itself did not qualify for the group phase and even became the key caretaker of Group B at the World Cup in 2014 in Brazil. At the 2018 World Cup, the Australian national team had to swallow defeat in the opening match due to Antoine Griezmann’s penalty and Paul Pogba’s lob kick.
Video Assistant Referee Technology (VAR) benefits France, especially in the first penalty. Meanwhile, The Socceroos only able to reply through Mile Jedinak penalty execution.