Brazil - Denmark
|26-05-2012, 15:30||Brazil - Denmark
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4/10 ON A DRAW AT ODDS 3.75Final result: 1 - 3
Profit: 0.00 - 4 = -4
This game will be played in Hamburg, Germany...This will be the first of the two friendly games for Denmark before the start of EURO'2012.Morten Olsen is one of the few coaches, who already has a clear vision, how his team will look like at the upcoming tournamnet, so it is expected, that he will place the strongest possible line up in this game against Brazil.It's hard to believe, that Denmark will pass Group B, together with teams like Germany, Holland and Portugal, but The Red-Whites alredy dissapointed one of these teams, as they won Qualifying Group H , leaving Portugal on 2nd place.The Danes are 1-2-1 4-4 in four friendlies in 2012, losing 0-2 against Russia in their last game in February (Denmark - Russia 0-2 on 29.02.2012).There are some players in this team, that made a good impression through the season, like Thomas Sorensen (goalkeeper / Stoke City), Daniel Agger (defender / Liverpool), Tobias Mikkelsen (striker / Nordsaelland), as well as some experienced players like Lars Jacobsen (defender / FC Copenhagen), Christian Poulsen (midfielder / Evian), Michael Silberbauer (midfielder / Young Boys), Dennis Rommedahl (striker / Brondby) and Nicklas Bendtner (striker / Arsenal), but generally, The Red-Whites lack the quality of their current opponents, no matter, that Brazilians will travel to Germany with many new players in their squad.This game is a good chance for Mano Menezes to try some new players, like Neto (goalkeeper / Fiorentina), Rafael (goalkeeper / Santos), Bruno Uvini (defender / Tottenham), Juan Jesus (defender / Inter Milan), Rafael (defender / Manchester United) and Wellington Nem (striker / Fluminense) - all of them below 23 years of age.In the same time, Menezes called some experienced players, like Thiago Silva (defender / AC Milan), David Luiz (defender / Chelsea), Lucas Moura (midfielder / Sao Paulo), Alexandre Pato (striker / AC Milan) and Neymar (striker / Santos), which will provide the needed stability in his team.Brazil is 7-1-0 12-2 in the last eight friendlies, as the only draw in this period came in their visit at Argentina (Argentina - Brazil 0-0 on 15.09.2011)."Selecao" showed stability in defence in all these eight games, conceding only 2 goals in this period (0.25 goals per game).On the other hand, the Brazilians have scored 2 goals in each of their last four games.No matter that this game will be played in Germany, Denmark will have big support in Hamburg (around 40 000 supporter are expected), which will definitely big a big boost for this team.Considering the current situation, I think, that Denmark could win something from this clash.
Posted on: 26.05.2012, 12.12 CET (Viewed: 197 times)
Match starts on: May 26, 2012
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