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Euro 2024 Round 3: Denmark vs Serbia Betting Breakdown and Top Picks

Tuesday will finally shed some clarity on Group C’s final standings at Euro 2024. All four teams will be in action, and all four can advance or be knocked out of the tournament depending on the day’s results. Can Serbia pull off the upset against Denmark?

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Euro 2024 Round 3: Denmark vs Serbia Betting Breakdown and Top Picks
Christian Eriksen | Nigel Keene/ProSportsImages/DPPI via AFP


Denmark vs Serbia Match Information

  • Match: Denmark (0-2-0) vs Serbia (0-1-1)
  • Location: Allianz Arena, Munich, Germany
  • Day/Time: Tuesday, June 25, 3 p.m. ET
  • Denmark vs Serbia Live Stream: Fubo.tv


Serbia is rooted to the bottom of Group C but has been at its best in the competition. The Balkan outfit played our a 1-1 draw against Slovenia last week and will need a win Tuesday to qualify in the knock-out stages.

Denmark on the other hand is sitting second and has been fairly impressive this year. They managed to hold England in a superb 1-1 draw in their previous game but can’t afford to lose this one.

All four Group C matches so far have been extremely close-run affairs, and this battle ought to be no different given what is at stake, but Serbia’s talented attackers just have not clicked in the final third so far.

Denmark is the favorite to win the match at +120 betting odds. You can watch the game on FOX or stream it on FuboTV on Tuesday, June 25th, at 3 pm ET.


Denmark vs Serbia Betting Odds

-½ +120
+½ -140
O 2½ -120
U 2½ Ev


  • Denmark won all three matches they’ve played against Serbia.
  • Serbia is winless in its last seven matches in major international tournaments, with their previous victory coming in a 1-0 victory against Costa Rica in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
  • After a run of only two draws in 18 matches in the UEFA European Championship, Denmark has played out draws in their last two games in the competition.
  • Serbia have recorded 2+ yellow cards in each of their last 14 major tournament matches.
  • Serbia had both teams score in their last six qualifiers for this competition and in their most recent match against Slovenia.
  • Denmark had both teams score in their last four matches, while they have seen the same outcome in eight of their last 10 at the European Championships since 2012.


Over 2.5 Goals a Smart Bet Between Denmark and Serbia

A win would lock Denmark into the knockout stage and could even vault them to the top of the group. Lose, and there’s not a great chance they could grab a third-seed advancement with two points.

Serbia’s path to the basement was somewhat unlucky, as they haven’t played that poorly. A Serbian victory could very well push them into the next stage, though it also depends on what happens between England and Slovenia, who will be playing at the same time on Tuesday.

Serbia will try to up the chaos factor in this game and force Denmark into high-pressure situations with their style.

If you’re betting online, back the overs with two teams with great quality in the final third fighting for a qualifying spot. The goal line is set at 2.5 and we should definitely see at least three goals.



Bet on Denmark’s Experience

Despite dominating large spells of their latest match against England, Denmark had to settle for a point in a 1-1 draw. That was also the scoreline vs Slovenia on matchday one. Now, their mission is simple: beat Serbia in their final Group C fixture or face the prospect of failing to qualify for the knockout rounds.

They have stepped up as a dark horse at the Euros on several occasions and I expect them to do it again and win the final game of the group. They are priced at +120 to do so according to the latest soccer odds.



Odds and information are accurate at the time of writing. Please check with official sources for the latest updates before placing any bets.


Questions of the Day

Who could score for Denmark against Serbia?

Christian Eriksen netted on matchday one for Denmark whilst he also scored in his last clash back in March 2022. He is taking the free kicks and the penalties for the Danish side and we expect him once again to deliver

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