Denmark need to win to keep their hopes of knockout qualification on, and with the Copenhagen crowd in high spirits, a victory should see them move into third, as Russia currently have a minus-two goal difference. How far will England go at Euro 2020? Have your say in the comments below. COPENHAGEN, DENMARK - JUNE 17: Simon Kjaer of Denmark leads the team on to the pitch prior to the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group B match between Denmark and Belgium at Parken Stadium on June 17, 2021 in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Photo by Jonathan Nackstrand - Pool/Getty Images) How to watch Russia vs Denmark Russia and Denmark will kick-off at 8pm BST on Monday, June 21.
How to Watch Russia vs. Denmark (6/21/21) -- UEFA Euro 2020 Group Stage | Channel, Stream, TimeDanish players applaud their fans after the Euro 2020 soccer championship group B match between Denmark and Belgium at Parken stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark, Thursday, June 17, 2021. Belgium won 2-1. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner, Pool)APIn the final matchday for Group B, Russia travels to Copenhagen to meet with Denmark, with a guaranteed spot in the knockout stage on the line. Russia is 1-1 heading into Monday afternoon. After a rough tournament opening loss to Belgium, Russia found a way to squeak out an important 1-0 win against Finland on Wednesday. Aleksei Miranchuk scored the lone tally of the match in stoppage time of the first half, and that was all the Russians needed.
Russia vs Denmark Euro 2020 kick-off time, TV channel and live stream infoAnother must-win in Group B with both nations needing a win to stand a chance of reaching the knockouts, with Russia currently in second but knowing defeat could see them slip out of contentionVideo LoadingVideo UnavailableEuro 2020 briefing: June 19Russia's Euro 2020 hopes are pinned on the result of their match with Denmark at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen.
What has been said? Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand told UEFA. com: "No matter what, we shall go out there and try win the match. It is going to be an unbelievably hard match against Russia. "They are a good team. We shouldn't force anything. We all know how hard it is to force things, and we should keep a level head and prevent mistakes. It is going to be a good, long game again. ” Russia manager Stanislav Cherchesov said: "This is going to be our first away game in two major tournaments and without our fans. "However, it's not a problem. We haven’t used the word 'problem' for the past five years.
A 'stay strong' message of support for Christian Eriksen is displayed on a flag inside the stadium prior to the Euro 2020 match Despite taking the lead after two minutes against Belgium thanks to Yusuf Poulsen's strike, the Belgians fought back through playmaker Kevin de Bruyne who made his mark on the match from the bench as he teed up Thorgan Hazard for the equaliser before getting on the scoresheet himself to secure their spot in the last-16. Mario Fernandes will miss the final group match after he suffered a nasty fall during the match with Finland which required hospital treatment, no spinal injury was sustained but he continues to be monitored by the Russian medical team. Young Danish prodigy Mikkel Damsgaard impressed during the defeat to Belgium and will be looking to catch the eye as the stock for the 20-year-old starts to rise.
The match will be held at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen, with the 38, 065 seated stadium at 65 per cent. BBC Two will have the full coverage from 7:30pm, with UK viewers also able to watch the match online via the BBC iPlayer. Who is in charge? French referee Clement Turpin will be in charge of the match between Russia and Denmark. The 39-year-old was in the middle for Wales' Group A opener with Switzerland. He cautioned three players during the 1-1 draw. Manchester United may recognise his face as he was the referee during their Europa League final defeat to Villareal last month.
Should they lose to the Dane's and Finland avoid defeat to Belgium, it would mean they miss out on finishing as the group runners-up. They have reached the knockout stages just once since 1992 - the last time they made it beyond the group stage was when they made the semi-finals at Euro 2008. In what has been an emotional tournament, Denmark will be looking to cap it off with a win following the worrying events that unfolded during the opening group match against Finland, which saw midfielder Christian Eriksen suffer a cardiac arrest. Eriksen is now on the mend having been discharged from hospital and will no doubt be cheering on his team from the sidelines.