The visitors scored in three of their final four away trips in World Cup qualifying, while since then they’ve kicked on in the Nations League. Meanwhile, Denmark have seen both teams score in their last three games, conceding two against Kosovo and three to Switzerland. While the Danes are favourites, we can see their defensive issues being the problem here. That has us backing both teams to score in this encounter.
Both teams did enough to get on the score-sheet when they met in the reverse fixture, and given the current prices, ‘Both Teams to Score’ looks a great bet ahead of this match. The Ukrainians proved their attacking credentials last time out, though Luxembourg, for all they’re not the strongest defensively, should not be underestimated from an attacking point of view. A repeat of any of their forward efforts in qualifying so far would surely be enough for the visitors to cause the hosts some problems, much as they did on home soil.