It’s been a pretty good first few months for Ryan Giggs and the Wales team, with the Reds having recorded home and away victories over the Republic of Ireland in the UEFA Nations League.
A 4-1 win in Cardiff was followed by a 1-0 triumph in Dublin that means that Wales cannot be relegated from Nations League B and have a genuine chance to get promotion and dine at the top table.
Denmark arrive in the Welsh capital on Friday, with the bookmakers having the home side as marginal favourites although 8/5 with BetVictor doesn’t scream value considering that the Danes claimed a victory over Wales in Aarhus.
This is an experienced team who know a draw will leave them with a better head-to-head record against their opponents and a victory over Republic of Ireland a few days later would put them into League A instead of Wales.
Therefore, while the 2/1 with William Hill about this match ending in a draw might initially look skinny, it actually seems like a reasonable opportunity to try and treble your money on an outcome which the visiting side will be aiming for.
Denmark illustrated at the World Cup that they were capable of keeping things tight and a goalless draw with France springs to mind as a classic example, while they pushed Croatia all the way in the knockout stage.
While Wales have Gareth Bale aiming to fire them to victory, Denmark have the equally dangerous Christian Eriksen and they are also defensively stout as they demonstrated when keeping a clean sheet in Dublin.
The Welsh defence is probably their weakest area and we’re backing this one to end all square come the final whistle.
Draw @ 2/1 with William Hill