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05.10.2017 (English) MONTENEGRO VS DENMARK PREDICTIONS International 1X 1.8 Bet365
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his is a massive game for both sides with 2nd place in Group E up for grabs. Poland look likely to win the group but with these sides tied on 16 points, there’s almost a play-off feel to this match and there’s sure to be a cracking atmosphere in Podgorica. That will make it tough for the Danes and Montenegro have much more about them than they really get credit for and they look capable of edging this.

The bookies have Denmark in as short as 21/20 for the win but that looks a very short price for numerous reasons. Montenegro’s victory in Copenhagen in the reverse fixture would certainly be one. They put in a fine defensive display that day to win 1-0 and they are strong at the back with Atletico Madrid’s Stefan Savic spearheading their rear-guard effort.

Montenegro have the joint best defensive record in this group with only 0.875 goals per game conceded on average. They also are typically very tough to beat at home with many more established sides struggling to win in Podgorica during their short time as an independent country. They’ve won 3 of their 4 home games during this campaign with a 1-0 victory over Romania their latest success.

Denmark had a fantastic September with a 4-0 win over Poland backed up by another 4 goals in Armenia, with midfielder Thomas Delaney scoring four times across the two fixtures. He’d never scored an international goal prior to that and Denmark’s record as a whole in recent years has been pretty poor so those results came out of the blue to some extent.

They have a youthful side and one that could develop into a very good one. However it’s questionable whether they are yet ready for a huge pressure game in a hostile atmosphere. With just 2 wins in their last 12 away internationals, it’s hard to really fancy them here and backing Double Chance – Montenegro or Draw at 4/5 looks good while odds of 11/4 for Montenegro to win look very long indeed.

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