Wales vs Denmark – Nations League: What time, what channel, prediction, live stream, form, odds and more
Ryan Giggs’ Wales can win Group B4 of the Nations League with a win at home to Denmark on Friday night.
Promotion to the top tier of the competition is at stake, and Wales’ six points from three matches means only a win will guarantee qualification.
Denmark meanwhile would also secure promotion with victory, and a draw would mean a win against the Republic of Ireland at home on Monday would be enough for Age Hareide’s men.
Where can I watch it?
Wales vs Denmark will be shown live on Sky Sports Football from 7:00pm (GMT). Sky Sports subscribers can similarly stream the game via the SkyGo app. Highlights will be on BBC Two Wales at 11:15pm (GMT).
Player to watch…
Gareth Bale: Wales were handed a huge boost ahead of this match as manager Ryan Giggs confirmed Gareth Bale is fit. The 29-year-old missed last month’s matches against Ireland and Spain, and the Real Madrid man will undoubtedly be Wales’ biggest threat against the Danes. Bale has scored 30 goals in 72 appearances for his country, and last scored against Ireland in September.