Mary C Posted July 16, 2022 Share Posted July 16, 2022 POTENTIAL STARTING LINEUPS: DENMARK: GK | Lene Christensen RFB | Stine Ballisager RCB | Rikke Sevecke LCB | Katrine Veje LFB | Sara Thrige LCM | Sofie Junge DM | Kathrine Kühl RCM | Janni Thomsen RW | Janne Madsen CF | Pernille Harder LW | Signe Bruun SPAIN : GK | Sandra Paños RFB | Ona Batlle RCB | Irene Paredes LCB | María Pilar León LFB | Leila Ouahabi LCM | Aitana Bonmatí DM | Patricia Guijarro RCM | Mariona Caldentey RW | Esther González CF | Nahikari García LW | Athenea del Castillo Hungry after their victory over Finland, Denmark is ready to battle it out with Spain for match day three of Group B in the UEFA Women's EURO 2022. The upcoming match will take place this Sunday, July 17, 3 A.M (PST) at the Brentford Community Stadium in Brentford, West London, UK. At the moment, Spain stands just one spot ahead of Denmark with one win, zero draws, one loss, and a GF (goals for) of four, leading them to only need at least one point to get out of group B. However, in their previous matches, Spain has not started their matches to manager Jorge Vilda’s standards, falling behind Finland within a mere 49 seconds of kick-off previously in the tournament. Despite this, Spain is still a more technical team than they always were and can keep the ball away from their opponents consistently throughout their matches. La Roja just needs to work on their ability to seize any opportunities for a goal successfully, and they should be able to play a good game against Denmark this upcoming match. Denmark, on the other hand, hasn’t completely exhibited their capabilities yet despite their win against Finland. Around 2017, they qualified for the semifinals, but there’s not much belief in them to outdo the Netherlands at the present day. Their greatness during the EURO 2017 proves how they should not be casted aside with such judgment. However, they can maintain this underdog facade to their advantage. Denmark just needs to make certain that they’ve learned from their mistakes at the hands of Germany to best Spain in the upcoming fixture. Ultimately, there’s a more likely victor arising from this pair. While Denmark’s success in 2017 isn’t to be discredited, they haven’t shown higher distinction and eminence among their competitors, Spain in particular. To own this game and claim victory, Spain just needs to better recognize and carry out clear-cut opportunities because if not, Denmark might just surprise them like they did the world in 2017. Spain has displayed better vigor and mastery of the sport this season. It’s Spain’s game this Sunday, July 17, 2022. 3 AM (PST), Sunday, 17 July 2022. Brentford Community Stadium, West London, UK. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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