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Thursday's Euro 2024 predictions including Denmark vs. England

Sports Mole provides score predictions and previews for all of today's European Championship fixtures, including Denmark vs. England.


Slovenia vs. Serbia (Thursday, 2.00pm)

Slovenia's Erik Janza celebrates scoring their first goal with teammates on June 16, 2024© Reuters

Two Group C teams playing catch-up in the race to qualify for the last 16 of Euro 2024 square off at the Allianz Arena in Munich on Thursday afternoon, as Slovenia take on Serbia.

Both nations, who failed to win their opening group matches, are separated by just one point in the current standings and know that victory here would significantly boost their chances of reaching the knockout rounds.

We say: Slovenia 1-1 Serbia


Six of the last eight meetings between these two nations have ended as draw, and although both teams will be pushing for a victory on Thursday, a closely-fought contest could be on the cards in Munich.

Both nations possess star strikers that have the capabilities to cause problems on their day, but whether their threat is enough to power their side to three crucial points remains to be seen.

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> How Serbia could line up against Slovenia

> How Slovenia could line up against Serbia


Denmark vs. England (Thursday, 5.00pm)

England's Jude Bellingham celebrates scoring against Serbia on June 16, 2024© Reuters

Seeking to qualify for the Euro 2024 knockout rounds with a group game to spare, England do battle with Denmark in Group C at the Deutsche Bank Park in Frankfurt on Thursday evening.

The two nations meet for the first time since the semi-finals of Euro 2020 when they Three Lions came from behind to win 2-1 after extra time at Wembley Stadium.

We say: Denmark 0-1 England


Three of the last four meetings between Denmark and England have seen no more than one goal scored, and another tight affair could be on the cards considering the stakes are already high at this early stage in the tournament.

Denmark cannot be written off in Frankfurt and have the attacking players at their disposal to cause England one or two problems, but if the Three Lions can defend with the same resilience that got them over the line versus Serbia and Southgate gets his final-third stars to click, then they should find a way to claim another narrow victory and secure their place in the last 16.

> Click here to read our full preview for this match

> How England could line up against Denmark

> How Denmark could line up against England


Spain vs. Italy (Thursday, 8.00pm)

Spain's Alvaro Morata celebrates scoring against Croatia on June 15, 2024© Reuters

Two heavyweights of European football step into the ring on Thursday evening, as Spain and Italy aim to secure a place in Euro 2024's knockout phase.

Both won their opening Group B fixture, so one more point should prove enough for the reigning champions and their Nations League nemesis to progress.

We say: Spain 2-1 Italy


Now meeting for the fifth straight Euros, these nations have been familiar foes in the Nations League too, and Spain's run of success over the Azzurri could continue.

A more diverse attacking approach paid dividends against Croatia, while Italy's defence remains a little dubious, so it may be La Roja celebrating safe passage to the last 16.

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> How Italy could line up against Spain

> How Spain could line up against Italy

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