After a really ugly start in World Cup qualifiers, Kosovo improved fine and dominated their Nations League group with four victories and two draws, in front of Azerbaijan, Faroe Islands, and Malta. Their performances were very effective with fifteen goals in five games, surely wanting to impress here as well.
Denmark also managed to win their group in the Nations League, finishing with eight points and Wales and Ireland as their followers. It was quite a balanced group with many defensive minded matches, but no doubt that the Danes used the competition to improve their atmosphere for more important competition that starts these days.
The home side won’t count at midfielders Berisha (14/1), Perdedaj (12/0) and forward Avdijaj (6/2) comparing to previous few call ups. The guests won’t count at defenders Vestergaard (17/1), Bjelland (29/0), Boilesen (17/1), midfielder Fischer (21/3) and forwards Cornelius (23/4) and Sisto (21/1) comparing to previous few call-ups.
Both teams have more important matches later on, but I see the home side being fully motivated for this one as well, something that should open up the game. Danish team anyway remains a strong favorite, meanwhile, the home side surely has the quality to threaten them more than enough. Value is with the goals in both nets, the performance of Kosovo in getting better, not only in friendly matches.