• The success against Tunisia totally revived Australia, 2nd alone in their group.

  • Beaten by the Blues, the Danes have complicated the task but they will qualify if they beat the Socceroos and Tunisia does not create the feat against the men of Didier Deschamps.

  • The match will be played on the lawn of the Al-Janoub stadium, which can accommodate 45,120 spectators.

Behind the French team, first qualified from group D, it is jostling at the gate.

Australia, 2nd, and Denmark, 3rd, have a great opportunity to see the knockout stages of the World Cup. 

On which channel to watch the match Australia - Denmark

The match will be broadcast on Wednesday, November 30 at 4 p.m., live on BeIN Sports 2, only for subscribers to the channel.

You can also follow the Australia - Denmark match live on 20 Minutes via our live commentary.

Australia, like in 2006?

Absent from the round of 16 since the 2006 World Cup, Graham Arnold's players are not far from finding the knockout matches of the competition. 

To do this, they will have to show the same face as at the start of the match against the French team (they were leading 1-0 before sinking and losing 1-4) and the same self-sacrifice as against Tunisia (victory 1 -0).

After winning their first World Cup victory since 2010, the Australians do not intend to stop there.

Denmark must move forward

While they believed for a few moments to take a point against the reigning world champions, the Vikings had to digest the defeat against the Blues (2-1).

The Danes must especially regret their sluggish entry into the running against Tunisia (0-0), which put them in an uncomfortable situation on the last day. 

Third in their group, they are no longer really masters of their destiny.

If the Africans impose themselves more widely against France than the Danes against the Australians, the first cities will be qualified.

Andreas Christensen's men would then finish in a cruel 3rd place.

10th in the FIFA rankings, the elimination of the Vikings at this stage of the competition would be a little surprise.

Especially if we remember the difficulties that the Blues encountered to overcome this team.


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