Denmark vs Belgium Live

Denmark vs Belgium Live:The UEFA Nations League is underway, with Denmark and Belgium kicking off their 2020/21 campaigns against one another on Saturday (7.45 pm kick-off) at Telia Parken …

A series of top-flight games involving elite European teams across various football, competitions will be aired live on GOtv during this week.

The games which started on Thursday and end on Monday is broadcasted live on SuperSport Football (GOtv channel 31) to GOtv Jolli and Max customers and on SuperSport LaLiga (GOtv channel 32) exclusive to GOtv Max customers.

At the peak of the pack is the match fixture of the 2020/2021 UEFA Nations League was the game between Ukraine and Switzerland at Arena L’viv stadium.

Today, European team Denmark, will take on Belgium in the Nations League match which airs live at 7:45pm on SuperSport LaLiga, GOtv channel 32.

Coach Oberto Martínez is hopeful his team, Belgium, will put their best foot forward and clinch a much needed victory for their home fans while Kasper Hjulmad of Denmark is looking forward to seeing Bruun Larsen prove himself worthy to be on the team.

The weekend coverage will be completed with the broadcast of the clash between Serbia and Turkey on Sunday at 7:45pm. The encounter will be aired live on SuperSport LaLiga, channel 32.

On Monday, League B will feature the match between Czech Republic and Scotland. The game which begins at 7:45pm on SuperSport LaLiga will see Scotland seeking to recover from their loss to Czech Republic who have won four of their six meetings with the former.

Both nations failed to make the finals of the inaugural competition but neither were relegated. Belgium remained in League A, and Denmark were promoted from League B. Consequently, this time around they meet in Group A2, which also contains England and Iceland.

England’s presence will make the group extra competitive, so both Denmark and Belgium will be desperate to get off to a winning start in Copenhagen on Saturday night.

So, will Belgium’s superstars show up and stand out? Or will home advantage work in Denmark’s favour?

Denmark and Belgium’s previous line-ups:

Denmark (vs Rep. of Ireland): Schmeichel; Dalsgaard, Kjaer, Jorgensen, Larsen; Delaney, Schone, Eriksen; Poulsen, Cornelius, Braithwaite.
Belgium (vs Cyprus): Mignolet; Alderweireld, Denayer, Cobbaut; T. Hazard, Vanaken, Tielemans, Carrasco; De Bruyne, Benteke, E. Hazard.

Kasper Schmeichel will be looking to put his and Leicester City’s iffy end to the Premier League campaign behind him by shining on the international stage. Meanwhile the exciting 20-year-old Andreas Andreas Skov Olsen could make his senior international debut.

Anderlecht pair Landry Dimata and Jeremey Doku have been called up to the Belgium squad for the first time and could feature from the bench. Jan Vertonghen’s lack of game time for Tottenham hasn’t affected his status in the group following his move to Benfica.

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