Peru and Denmark will start their 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign against each other in the second match of Group C on 16th June 2018 at the Mordovia Arena in Saransk. The second qualification spot will most likely be open to almost all of the three sides in Group C as France will most probably take up the first spot. This will be the first time Peru and Denmark will face each other on the international stage.
It will be a massive game for Peru as they will be playing a FIFA World Cup match after 36 long years. Denmark, on the other hand, will be making a comeback too after missing out on qualifying for the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. The winner of this game will eventually become the forerunner from group C to qualify for the knockout stages.
For all the neutral fans across the globe, it will be more of a match that will keep the ball rolling. The third game of 16th June, it is expected to keep all the fans glued to it because of its significance in the race for knockout stages in group C. Fans of the Australian Football team will also be having an eye on this game as it will have a say in their fate as well. To make sure no fan misses out on any action from this all-important game, we have got everything covered for you to keep you well ahead of the schedule.
Live streaming the game between Peru and Denmark will be pretty easy given the long, long list of official broadcasters looking to woo the viewers. Fans from America can live stream the match on FOX Sports’ official website. Fans from the Asian Subcontinent can easily watch Peru and Denmark go head to head on Sony’s official app Sony LIV.
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Peru vs Denmark Live Stream
beIN Sports will be expected to provide a live stream to the most number of viewers for this game as well as it covers up many countries in its broadcast. Other official broadcasters will also be coming up with a live stream channel on either their website or app. For fans where no official live stream is available, VPN gateways are available on the internet. Fans can access any of the available live stream channels from any part of the world through VPN gateways.
More Matches to follow
The second match of Group C between Peru and Denmark has been scheduled for a night start on 16th June 2018 at 19:00 local time. The venue, Mordovia Arena, is currently in its final stages of construction and looks as good as any top class stadium in the world. It will have a capacity of seating 44,442 fans in the four games it is expected to host in the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
A few big names from the Danish side will be enough to prove their supremacy on paper over their rivals, Peru. However, Peru’s successful qualification campaign will be a reason enough for Denmark to realize the threat Peru can pose on any given day. Here is a little check on the names that can make a difference between the two sides.
Confirmed Peru Squad
No big names feature in Peru’s current roster, but it has got a few fresh names itching to make it big for their nation. Starting from the defense, Pedro Gallese or Leao Butrón will be keeping the goal for them. The defense line up will rely massively on skipper Alberto Rodriguez and senior man Christian Ramos. Yoshimar Yotun and Andre Carrillo will be holding the midfield together while Farfán and Raul Ruidìaz will look to score from every possible chance they get.
Carlos Caceda, Jose Carvallo, Pedro Gallese, Luis Abram, Luis Advincula, Pedro Aquino, Miguel Araujo, Andre Carrillo, Wilder Cartagena, Aldo Corzo, Christian Cueva, Jefferson Farfan, Edison Flores, Paolo Hurtado, Nilson Loyola, Sergio Pena, Andy Polo, Christian Ramos, Alberto Rodriguez, Raul Ruidiaz, Anderson Santamaria, Renato Tapia, Miguel Trauco, Yoshimar Yotun, Paolo Guerrero.
Denmark Final Squad
Boasting of quite a few big names, Denmark will be having one of Premier League’s top goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel in their ranks. The defense line up will have their main men, captain Simon Kjær and Andreas Christensen. The most significant name in their line up will remain to be Christian Eriksen who along with William Kvist will be marshalling the midfield for them. RB Leipzig’s Yussuf Poulsen will be their main man up front.
Kasper Schmeichel, Jonas Lossl, Frederik Ronow; Simon Kjaer, Andreas Christensen, Mathias Jorgensen, Jannik Vestergaard, Henrik Dalsgaard, Jens Stryger, Jonas Knudsen; William Kvist, Thomas Delaney, Lukas Lerager, Lasse Schone, Christian Eriksen, Michael Krohn-Dehli; Pione Sisto, Martin Braithwaite, Andreas Cornelius, Viktor Fischer, Yussuf Poulsen, Nicolai Jorgensen, Kasper Dolberg.
The Peru Vs Denmark is going to be a riveting Group C match featuring two of the equally matched teams. While both will expect to start their campaign with a victory, the recent form and experience of Denmark might have an upper hand to Peru which is a highly unpredictable team. As mentioned above, this group provides equal opportunity to all four teams to move to the second round and they will certainly make a dash for it.
Unless and until someone comes up with some heroics for Peru, it is likely to end up in a win for Denmark given their team strength. The final scoreline from our estimate should read Peru 0-2 Denmark.
The FIFA World Cup is being televised all over the world by various networks. Based on your location, you can select the network/TV Channel which will best suit you from the list mentioned below:
The official telecast of the game between Peru and Denmark will kick start soon after the game between Argentina and Iceland comes to an end. FOX Sports will begin its pre-match coverage after it ends its post-match show of the game between Argentina and Iceland. beIN Sports will also be following the same steps. Other official broadcasters, Opus Sports, DirecTV, BBC, ITV, Sky Sports, and Sony, will all be having a pre-game show before the main action kicks off.
Final scores will be updates right after the game. Stay tuned.