[WATCH/STREAMS!] Denmark vs Northern Ireland Live Free Online Broadcast 20 November 2023
What channel is Northern Ireland vs Denmark Euro 2024 qualifier match on? TV coverage, live stream and kick-off time. Denmark will be hoping to seal the top spot in Group H of the Euro qualifiers when they travel to Northern Ireland on Monday. Denmark are atop the group standings with a three-point lead over second-placed Slovenia ahead of their final group fixture at the Windsor Park.
While Denmark are unbeaten in their last seven games, fifth-placed Northern Ireland have managed to win just one out of their last eight fixtures. it will be a difficult task for the hosts to salvage points from the upcoming fixture.
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Northern Ireland vs Denmark kick-off time
Date: November 20, 2023
Kick-off time: 7.45 pm GMT
Venue: Windsor Park
The game between Northern Ireland and Denmark will be played at Windsor Park on Monday. Kick-off is at 7.45 pm GMT for fans in the UK.
Recent injuries have sidelined Bailey Peacock-Farrell, Paddy Lane, and Brad Lyons from the Northern Ireland squad.
Jonny Evans sustained an injury while playing for Manchester United in the Champions League in Denmark, forcing him to withdraw from the squad.
Shayne Lavery and Ali McCann continue to be absent from the hosts' squad as well.
Injuries have led to several changes in the Denmark squad this month, with late call-ups for Matt O'Riley, Mohamed Daramy, and Morten Hjulmand.
Robert Skov was the first to withdraw due to injury, followed by Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Hojlund, with Jens Stryger Larsen and Jesper Lindstrom stepping in as replacements.
Andreas Skov Olsen joins the list of absentees due to injury, along with Simon Kjaer, Philip Billing, Alexander Bah, and Mikkel Damsgaard.
Michael O'Neill's side will finish a long way off the automatic qualification spots and their poor performance in last season's Nations League means they won't be taking part in next year's play-offs either.
Part of their underperformance can be attributed to Stuart Dallas, Steven Davis and Corry Evans missing the bulk of this qualifying process through injury. The experienced trio remain unavailable so O'Neill once again relies on a youthful squad as he builds towards future competitions.
Denmark were dealt a blow in the lead up to this critical international break when Manchester United pair Christian Eriksen and Rasmus Højlund, who has fired a group-leading seven goals in qualifying, were forced to pull out due to injury problems.
The Danes narrowly got the better of Northern Ireland when the two teams met in the reverse fixture in Copenhagen earlier this year. Jonas Wind scored for the hosts before West Ham striker Callum Marshall was denied a late leveller by VAR on his senior international debut.