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Denmark will be looking to bounce back from Friday’s defeat by Croatia when they host Austria on Monday. Australia vs Denmark Live, Stream Free. Kasper Hjulmand’s side remains top of Group A1, but their loss last time out means they still have plenty of work to do if they want to qualify for the Nations League Finals.

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The quadrennial football cup begins on November 20, with up to four games happening every day for the first stage, and in the first stage, each of the 32 teams will be playing three matches. Then we go into the knockout rounds, culminating in a final on December 18.

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The World Cup 2022 starts with a bang, as both England and the USA are playing on the second day, against Iran and Wales respectively. They’re both parts of Group B, so will go head-to-head before too long.

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As a result, the Danes will arrive at the World Cup expecting to emerge from a Group D also containing holders France – who they recently beat both home and away in the Uefa Nations League – Tunisia and Australia.

And those impressive recent victories over the world champions show the Scandinavians could be serious challengers this winter and will expect to at least match their previous best showing at the tournament, a quarter-final appearance at France ’98.

Group D has once again thrown up an intriguing clash between world champions France and Denmark in what will be the third group-stage meeting between the two in the tournament’s history, while they also faced each other in the UEFA Nations League this year.

However, anyone thinking Kasper Hjulmand and Co won’t relish such a scenario would be wrong, especially given the Danes got the better of Les Bleus in both recent encounters, as they also did when they beat the then holders in the 2002 World Cup group phase.

In fact, Denmark could be considered something of a bogey team for France, who failed to score against them at the last tournament as well, while it was at France ’98 that the Scandinavians produced their best-ever performance at a World Cup when reaching the last eight.

Get the better of Didier Deschamps’ team again in Doha on November 26 and Denmark will be well on their way to the knockouts and if their under-rated showing at Euro 2020 is anything to go by – when they unluckily lost 2-1 to England in extra-time in the semi-finals – then they could be hard to stop from there.

This will almost certainly be Schmeichel’s final-ever appearance at a World Cup given the goalkeeper will be 40 by the time the next tournament gets underway and as always with Denmark, the Nice No 1 will need to be at his very best if his side is to go deep into the competition.

The ‘keeper was on top form to help the Danes reach the last 16 at the previous World Cup four years ago and then the semi-finals at Euro 2020, when even a series of penalty saves from him could not prevent his team’s exit.

And given he has been representing his country between the sticks for almost a decade now, winning 86 caps along the way, as well as claiming a Premier League and FA Cup winners’ medal with Leicester City, his experience of playing at the very highest level in the most pressurized situations should prove invaluable for Kasper Hjulmand’s team – especially if any knockout games go to penalties!

Get all the details on where to watch the Danes using this Denmark National Team TV schedule.

Denmark may not be one of the bigger teams out of Europe, but they do have some silverware under their belt. The Danish first qualified for the World Cup in 1986, due to their national team remaining strictly amateur until 1971. Denmark won the 1992 Euros, and followed up that triumph as champions of the King Fhad Cup (later known as the Confederations Cup) in 1995. In 1998 they had their best showing at a World Cup to date, making the quarterfinals, and have made the group stage twice since, in 2002 and 2018.

First game: October 19, 1908 (Win vs. France B in London)
Manager: Kasper Hjulmand
Best World Cup finish:
 Quarterfinals (1998)
Best European Championship Finish: Winners (1992)

Where can I watch the Denmark match?

FOX provides the United States coverage of international UEFA competitions. This includes the Nations League and the European Championship. Of course, FOX also carries the rights to the World Cup for American viewers. Therefore, you can locate FOX and FS1 throughout the Denmark National Team TV schedule.

As part of FOX’s takeover of UEFA competitions, not all games are on those two channels. Select games from both World Cup qualifying and European Championship games are available solely through fuboTV. Other games, including friendlies or one-off competitions, can appear anywhere on the vast world of TV and streaming. Whether that be ESPN’s channels or ESPN+, it depends on other content on any given day. Australia vs Denmark Live.

fuboTV covers the aforementioned games and also has channels that would be likely to feature Denmark in competition, such as FOX, FS1, and FS2.


The Danish lineup cannot compete with a nation like England, France, Germany or Spain. Denmark’s biggest ‘star’ is Christian Eriksen, who, to be fair, dominated during his time with Tottenham. His miraculous fight back from his collapse during Euro 2020 has him back in general Denmark starting lineup. Denmark vs Australia Live.

Then we go into the knockout rounds, culminating in a final on December 18.

The World Cup 2022 starts with a bang, as both England and the USA are playing on the second day, against Iran and Wales respectively. They’re both parts of Group B, so will go head-to-head before too long.

If you’re away from home a VPN is always an option to watch the World Cup. We recommend ExpressVPN(opens in a new tab).

Here’s everything you need to know about the 2022 World Cup, including who’s playing who and how you can watch the matches. Denmark vs Australia Live.

US fans can watch the World Cup 2022 through Fox.

Some, like Fubo, have confirmed that they’ll be streaming the games in 4K UHD resolution.

These will be Spanish-language streams, but it’s a more affordable option for watching the game than Fox’s options.

Fortunately, all of the US’s group stage fixtures will start at 2 pm ET/11 am PT.

Every World Cup match will be available to watch on terrestrial TV in the UK, thanks to regulations protected by Ofcom(opens in new tab) that ensure they must be available on free-to-air television in the UK. Denmark vs Australia Live.

Hopefully, your boss won’t mind you tuning in during that morning Zoom call.

However, there’s a possibility that there’s no easy way of watching the World Cup games. Thankfully, you’ll be able to solve this issue with a Virtual Private Network (a VPN).

Our favorite is ExpressVPN(opens in new tab), which is the No. 1-rated VPN in the world right now according to our sister site, TechRadar.

With the World Cup opening ceremony imminent, final predictions are coming in as to who will win the tournament. Australia vs Denmark Live.

Where is World Cup 2022 being held?

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  • Lusail Stadium (80,000 capacity) will host 10 games including the final.
  • Al Bayt Stadium (60,000 capacity) will host 8 games including the opening match.
  • Stadium 974 (40,000 capacity) will host seven games.
  • Khalifa International Stadium (45,416 capacity) will host eight games including the third-place play-off.
  • Education City Stadium (40,000 capacity) will host eight games.
  • Al Thumama Stadium (40,000 capacity) will host eight games.
  • Al Janoub Stadium (40,000 capacity) will host seven games.
  • Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium (40,000) capacity) will host seven games.

Does the USA have a chance of winning the World Cup?

However, US coach Gregg Berhalter and his team have a fair chance of progressing to the knock-out rounds.

World Cup 2022 groups

The 2022 World Cup will begin with 32 teams in eight groups of four.

  • Group A: Qatar, Ecuador, Senegal, Netherlands
  • Group B: England, Iran, USA, Wales
  • Group C: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland
  • Group D: France, Australia, Denmark, Tunisia
  • Group E: Spain, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan
  • Group F: Belgium, Canada, Morocco, Croatia
  • Group G: Brazil, Serbia, Switzerland, Cameroon
  • Group H: Portugal, Ghana, Uruguay, South Korea

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