Australia will face Denmark at the Al Janoub Stadium for the last match of Group D. Here’s all the information about the probable lineups for this must-watch World Cup game.
Australia and Denmark will play each other at the Al Janoub Stadium for a place in the knockout stages of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. Both the Socceroos and the Reds need to win this match to reach the last 16 of the tournament. Here you will find out all the information about the likely lineups of both teams in this game. If you’re in the US, tune in to FuboTV (free trial) and watch or live stream this match for free.
Australia won 1-0 over Tunisia. Now 2nd in Group D, the team led by Graham Arnold will be tasked with getting one more win to secure second place in this group. In case the Socceroos don’t win the game, they will have to wait and see the other results.
On the other hand, Denmark have not won a single match at the Qatar 2022 World Cup. With just one point after two games in the group stage, the loss to France moved Kasper Hjulmand’s side to third place in the group. So there is no other result than a win to help Denmark qualify for the round of 16.
Australia Probable Lineup
Australia are set to have the same lineup as the previous game, in which the Socceroos got their first win of the tournament. With no injured or suspended players, the team managed by Graham Arnold will lineup their best starters as they want to clinch a spot in the last 16 of the tournament.
Australia’s probable starting lineup: Mathew Ryan, Fran Karacic, Harry Souttar, Kye Rowles, Aziz Behich, Riley McGree, Aaron Mooy, Jackson Irvine, Mathew Leckie, Mitchell Duke, and Craig Goodwin.
Denmark Probable Lineup
The relevance of this game will determine the starting lineup for the Red and Whites. In fact, the team managed by Kasper Hjulmand won’t have available Thomas Delaney due to an injury. Otherwise, Denmark will have the last game lineup for this matchup as well.
Denmark’s probable starting lineup: Kasper Schmeichel, Joachim Andersen, Victor Nelsson, Andreas Christensen, Rasmus Kristensen, Mikkel Damsgaard, Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg, Christian Eriksen, Joakim Maehle, Andreas Cornelius, and Jesper Lindström.