The visitors are heading into the fixture on the back of a 3-1 win over Finland in their opening match of Group H on Thursday, while Kazakhstan were beaten 2-1 by Slovenia.
Denmark travel to Astana Arena on Sunday to take on Kazakhstan in their second Euro 2024 qualification match of the week. The visitors are heading into the fixture on the back of a 3-1 win over Finland in their opening match of Group H on Thursday, while Kazakhstan were beaten 2-1 by Slovenia. The victory helped Denmark to take an earl lead in the group, with three points to their name, level with Northern Ireland and Slovenia, but separated by goal-difference. Meanwhile, the previous meeting between these two nations was way back in 2017 in the World Cup qualifier, and the match had ended 3-1 in favour of Denmark.
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Kazakhstan took an nearly lead against Slovenia on Thursday, courtesy of Maksim Samorodov’s 23rd-minute effort. But the in-form visitors came out all guns blazing in the second half and netted twice to take the lead through David Brekalo and Zan Vipotnik. Slovenia became the first team to beat the Hawks at Astana Arena since Finland, 17 months ago. It was the eastern European side’s fourth consecutive defeat in all competitions. Having secured top spot in their UEFA Nations League group to earn promotion to League B, better results will be expected from Magomed Adiev’s men in the upcoming games.
Denmark, on the other hand, put aside their disappointing World Cup campaign in Qatar, and secured a dominant victory over Finland to kickoff their quest for Euro 2024 qualification in style. Danish Dynamite, who had reached the semi-finals of the Euro 2020, secured all three points against Finland at Parken, thanks to Rasmus Hojlund’s hat-trick. The Atalanta forward opened the scoring inside the opening 21 minutes, before Finland leveled the score through Oliver Antman’s 53rd-minute effort, and then the 20-year-old struck twice in the final ten minutes to seal the win for Denmark. It was a very dominant performance from the Red and Whites as they had close to 60% ball possession and recorded ten shots on target, compared to just two for the Eagle-Owls.
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Kazakhstan Probable Starting Lineup: Shatskiy, Gabyshev, Erlanov, Marochkin, Maliy, Vorogovskiy, Orazov, Darabaek, Tagybergen, Samorodov, Aymbetov
Denmark Probable Starting Lineup: Schmeichel, Bah, Kjaer, Nelsson, Maehle, Jensen, Norgaard, Hojbjerg, Damsgaard, Hojlund, Wind
|Last 4 match results||Score|
|Denmark beat Kazakhstan||1-3|
|Denmark beat Kazakhstan||4-1|
|Denmark beat Kazakhstan||1-2|
|Denmark beat Kazakhstan||3-0|
The Euro 2024 qualification match between Kazakhstan and Denmark will take place at Astana Arena on Saturday at 6:30 pm IST.
|Denmark vs Kazakhstan||Key Details|
|Kickoff time in Kazakhstan||7:00 pm|
|Kickoff time in Denmark||3:00 pm|
|Kickoff time in India||6:30 pm|
The live telecast of the Euro 2024 qualification matches will be available on Sony Sports network. Besides fans in India can live stream through Jio TV and Sony LIV. Football fans in Denmark can catch the live action via TV 2 Plat Denmark network, while those in Kazakhstan can watch the match onqazsport network.