Portugal vs. Denmark: Time, Channel & Odds
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Portugal vs. Denmark: Time, Channel & Odds

Ronaldo has five goals in five Euro 2016 qualifying matches. Getty)

Ronaldo has five goals in five Euro 2016 qualifying matches. (Getty)

Portugal and Denmark are the top two teams in Group I of Euro 2016 qualifying, and will battle for top spot in the final qualifier for the Danes on Thursday night.

Denmark is in a virtual must-win to have any hope of progressing. Third-placed Albania is a point behind the Danes with a match less played. If Albania defeats Serbia Thursday and Denmark loses at Portugal, Denmark might be relegated to the playoffs.

Portugal have won five straight matches in qualifying after losing on opening night, making Thursdays task a tall one for Morten Olsen’s men.

Here’s what you need to know about the match:


The Basics

Denmark were held to a 0-0 draw with Armenia last month. Getty)

Denmark were held to a 0-0 draw with Armenia last month. (Getty)

Who:

Portugal vs. Denmark

What:

Euro 2016 Qualifying

When:

Thursday, Oct. 8

Where:

Estádio Municipal de Braga, Braga

Time:

2:45 p.m. EST

Channel:

ESPN 3 (US), Sky Sports Red Button (UK); (International viewers, click here for your local provider)

Odds:

Portugal 3/4, Denmark 4/1, Draw 5/2
Over/Under: 2.5 Goals, Under (8/13), Over (6/5)
First goalscorer: Portugal: Cristiano Ronaldo (9/4), Eder (11/2); Denmark: Nicklas Bendtner (15/2), Morten Rasmussen (9/1)
0-0 Draw: 15/2
Both Teams to Score: Yes (1/1), No (8/11)


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