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On May 19, 2022, in the Finnish city of Helsinki, the next Ice Hockey World Championship match between Germany and Denmark will take place.Claim Your Sign-Up Bonus!
The national team of Germany was a semifinalist in the last World Championship. At the 2022 World Cup, the Germans will certainly try to repeat this achievement, but they will have to do it without Leon Draisaitl, on whose arrival they could rely, but he and Edmonton stepped in the next round of the playoffs, so they will have to do without the star forward. Nevertheless, even without him, Toni Söderholm's charges showed good results. In the first game, they lost to Canada but offered decent resistance - 3:5, and then they took turns beating Slovakia and France - 2-1 and 3-2, respectively.
The Danish national team is another team that has made tremendous progress in recent times. At the Beijing Olympics, the Vikings managed to reach the quarterfinals, a great achievement for Danish hockey. At the 2022 World Cup, Heinz Ehlers' team decided to play on their feet, crushing Kazakhstan 9-1 in their first game. The victory probably relaxed the Red and Whites, who were subsequently crushed by Switzerland 0-6, but the day before, they managed to beat Italy 2-1. All this allows the Danes to sit in third place in Group A, but there are still more games to be played against their direct rivals.
Interesting facts before the match
- Germany and Denmark have six points each at the 2022 World Cup;
- In the last six head-to-head encounters, Germany and Denmark have won three wins each;
- Denmark have won 8 of their last 11 official matches.
Expert Betting Tips
After three games at the 2022 World Cup, Germany and Denmark have won twice and lost once, which shows they are on a similar level. We can expect a tough game in their next encounter. At the same time, the slight advantage should still be on the side of the Germans, who have a more balanced and skillful squad, and on the last line of defense, Philipp Grubauer should make the difference. As a result, we are forced to place our bet on the German national team's victory for 1.90.
This showdown between Germany and Denmark could be the key to their qualification for the 2022 World Cup playoffs. For this reason, we can't expect them to be colorful and spectacular in this encounter. The price of failure is high, and nobody should take unnecessary chances. Moreover, in their last four head-to-head encounters, the Germans and Danes have only managed 14 goals (3.50 goals per game on average), and they've never beaten the bookmakers Over in this game. With that in mind, Total Under 4.5 pucks for 2.12 would be the best.
Leonhard Pföderl is the scoring leader among German players at the 2022 World Cup. He has two goals and three assists in three games in the tournament. The 28-year-old hockey player's prolific output should be no surprise since he scored 52 points (22 goals + 30 assists) in 51 games last season. He's in excellent form, so a bet on Leonhard Pföderl Total Over 0.5 points for 1.55 is worth considering.
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