Our prediction for this Euro 2024 match:
David faces Goliath at San Marino Stadium as Denmark and San Marino go head to head in the Euro 2024 qualifier. The Danes moved one step closer to securing a top-two finish thanks to a 3-1 win over Kazakhstan, but boss Kasper Hjumland must warn his men against complacency. Andreas Skov Olsen has been ruled out with injury, but Hoffenheim man Robert Skov, who scored a brace against Kazakhstan, is likely to prove a handful for the opposition back-line.
San Marino, on the other hand, are stuck at the bottom of the table with zero points on their account and given their 0-24 goal difference, anything but a routine away win would be a big surprise. Both Alessandro D’Addario and Marcello Mularoni are pushing for a start after the duo came off the bench in the defeat to Northern Ireland.
Highlighted Player (Christian Eriksen):
Christian Eriksen born on 14th of February 1992 is a Danish football who plays as a midfielder for Tottenham Hotspur. Eriksen played in the youth of Odense BK and Ajax Amsterdam where he got picked up by Tottenham Hotspur after 3 seasons.
On 29th of August Eriksen got transferred for 13 million euro and is one of the most expensive Danish football players of all time. Christian Eriksen made his debut in March 2010 for the Danish national team and was the youngest player during the World Cup in 2010.
So far Eriksen played for over 200 club games for Ajax and Tottenham Hotspur. Eriksen is known for his great passing skills and game overview. In his career Eriksen managed to become national champion with Ajax 3 times and won several individual prices for being one of the most talented player of the moment.
Highlighted Team (San Marino):
San Marino played their first official match back in 1990, with the team suffering a 4-0 loss to Switzerland in the European Championship qualifiers. The minnows often serve as a cannon fodder for their rivals in competitive games, but it has to be noted that they did well to hold Estonia to a goalless draw in the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
San Marino have yet to record a win in the qualifiers for the major tournaments, but on April 28, 2004 they recorded a hard-fought victory over Liechtenstein in a friendly match and that is considered their biggest achievement. “La Serenissima” welcome their rivals at San Marino Stadium and the capacity of the venue is only 6.664.
San Marino footballers wear blue shirts and blue shorts when playing at home, whilst the colour of their away kits is white. It is well known that San Marino have never participated at the finals of the FIFA World Cup or the European Championship.