UEFA EURO 2024 Group C : Denmark V/s. Serbia Match Preview and Lineups

UEFA Euro 2024 Group Stage

26 June, 2024 - Indian Date

Fußball Arena München



12:30 AM


11:30 PM

Saudi Arabia

09:45 PM


Denmark [0-0] Serbia

Predicted Lineups:

Denmark possible starting lineup: Schmeichel; Andersen, Christensen, Vestergaard; Bah, Hojbjerg, Hjulmand, Maehle; Eriksen; Hojlund, Wind

Serbia possible starting lineup: Rajkovic; Veljkovic, Pavlovic, Milenkovic; Zivkovic, Ilic, Lukic, Mladenovic; Tadic, Milinkovic-Savic; Mitrovic

Match Preview

The Allianz Arena in Munich will host a crucial Euro 2024 Group C match on Tuesday evening, as Denmark and Serbia vie for a spot in the last 16. Denmark, led by Kasper Hjulmand, currently sits in second place after drawing their first two matches. Serbia, coached by Dragan Stojkovic, is still in the running for a spot in the knockout stage, despite being out of contention for the top spot.

Denmark had a challenging start, dropping two points against Slovenia. However, they bounced back in their second match against England. Despite an early goal from Harry Kane, Denmark's Morten Hjulmand equalized with a stunning 25-yard strike, earning a well-deserved draw. Denmark showed resilience and creativity but often relied on long-range shots. Their current two-point tally places them second in the group, with their fate in their own hands—a win will secure their progression to the last 16. However, they could be eliminated if they lose and Slovenia beats England.

Serbia, struggling with ineffective performances from strikers Aleksandar Mitrovic and Dusan Vlahovic, found hope through Luka Jovic. Jovic's late header salvaged a draw against Slovenia, keeping Serbia's slim hopes alive. To advance, Serbia must win and hope Slovenia does not beat England. A draw would place Slovenia in third, potentially advancing if England wins by at least two goals. Serbia has only four wins from their last 13 matches, and they have lost all three previous encounters with Denmark by an aggregate score of 8-1.

Denmark's squad is mostly fit, with Thomas Delaney recovering from illness and expected to rejoin the squad. Key players like Hjulmand, Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, and Christian Eriksen will be crucial, although several players are at risk of suspension if they receive yellow cards. Eriksen could set a new record for appearances for Denmark, pending Simon Kjaer's return.

Serbia's only significant injury concern is Filip Kostic, who sustained a knee injury. Stojkovic has a fully fit squad otherwise and may need to reconsider his lineup, potentially dropping one of his misfiring strikers to include Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, who was benched in the previous match. This match will be decisive for both teams' Euro 2024 campaigns.

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