July 14, 2022 2:27 PM
Alex Sarwar

Denmark vs Spain – Group Stage – Preview & Prediction | UEFA Women’s Euro 2022

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When is Denmark vs Spain on and what time does it start? Denmark vs Spain will take place on Saturday 16th July, 2022 – 20:00 (UK)

Where is Denmark vs Spain taking place? Denmark vs Spain will take place at Brentford Community Stadium inLondon, UK

Where can I get tickets for Denmark vs Spain? Click here for the latest ticket information for Denmark vs Spain

What channel is Denmark vs Spain on in the UK? Denmark vs Spain will be televised live on BBC channels

Where can I stream Denmark vs Spain in the UK? Denmark vs Spain can be streamed live on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website & app


  • This is the first meeting between Denmark and Spain at a WEURO final tournament. They have met eight times in qualifying with Denmark winning on each occasion
  • Spain have won just one of their previous 13 matches against Denmark (D3 L9), however, the victory did come in their most recent encounter (W 3-0, friendly, June 2021)
  • Denmark have not scored more than one goal in any of their last nine Women’s EURO group stage matches. The last time they scored two or more goals in a group stage game was in 2009 vs Ukraine (W 2-1)
  • Denmark are aiming to qualify from their group at a WEURO final tournament for the fourth time overall, and third time in a row having done so in both 2013 and 2017
  • Spain have failed to score in four of their last five Women’s EURO final tournament matches
  • Spain are aiming to record two victories at a single WEURO final tournament for the first time
  • Spain have qualified from their group in each of their previous three WEURO final tournament appearances (1997, 2013, 2017)
  • Spain’s 2-0 loss against Germany on MD2 is their only defeat in their last 25 international matches (W20 D4)


The injuries to key players that disrupted Spain ahead of the tournament really came back to bite them in their second group match as they could not find a way to break down Germany, ultimately losing 2-0 and leaving their knockout qualification hopes in the balance. Denmark must win here to overhaul the Spaniards, but their lack of cutting edge in-front of goal across the tournament is a big concern and could see them struggle here against a team expected to boast the vast majority of possession. Spain to win is worth backing, however do so via the safety of the draw no bet market.

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