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Peru v Denmark

Peru v Denmark

Peru take on Denmark at World Cup 2022 on Saturday June 16th and we've made it easy for you to bet on Peru v Denmark at the best odds that sportsbooks offer.

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NB: Peru v Denmark odds correct at the time this page went live and are subject to change. Last updated: GMT 22:39 15/06/2018.

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The 2nd Group C fixture of the opening round of World Cup 2022, sees Peru take on Denmark at the Mordovia Stadium on the 16th of June.

Sportsbooks offer Denmark as the favourite to win this match, and although Peru will be a tough opponent, Denmark should just have the edge over their rivals.

Neither team is expected to make it through the group stages, but a victory in the opening match would put either team in a stronger position before they face Australia and France.

This is a crucial match for both Peru and Denmark, as the result will have a direct impact on whether there is any hope of them making it through to the Round of 16.


Peru are back in the qualifying stages for the World Cup for the first time in 36 years, and while it hasn’t been an easy journey, they also haven’t been dealt any favours in Group C.

While their FIFA ranking seems to be slightly inflated, Ricardo Gareca’s squad managed to secure 2 victories in their pre-competition friendlies against Iceland and Croatia - and they’ve proven that they can win when playing away from home.

In saying that, Peru's qualification depended heavily on home victories, and the side is slightly lacking experience, relying on an odd goal and a solid defence to get them through matches.

There are some exceptional younger players in the Peru squad, but they don’t really have enough experience at this level, and this could be a major headache for Gareca.

Denmark won’t be an easy team to beat, but if they manage to get one over on them, and Australia lose their opening fixture against France, who knows how Group C will end up.


Denmark may be the favourites to beat Peru in their opening match, but they haven’t been playing as well as they would have hoped in pre-tournament friendlies, only holding Chile to a draw while narrowly beating Panama by just 1 goal to nil.

Hareide’s squad had a tough time qualifying for Qatar, and they will really need to up their game and be more consistent if they want to be in with a chance of making it to the next stages.

The Denmark squad has a lot of talent, but they could be a little too dependent on Christian Eriksen, who played a crucial role in getting Denmark to Qatar.

If Eriksen isn’t on form, they could face quite the upset and lose this opening match, however if they beat Peru as expected, their hopes of progressing will be kept alive!