Croatia could go far in this World Cup as they have really solid coach who knows how to lead team and we all know they have solid players. But denmark on other side is some kind of underdog but can play really solid football.
Croatia is really small nationa with less then 5 mio total population but they really good football players. Team is lead by coach Zlatko Dalic that took over by end of World cup qualifications and finished qualifications in great way.
On goal they have two solid keepers in Lovre Kalinic from Gent and Danijel Subasic from Monaco but they are not highest level keepers so this could be weak spot in their team.
In defence they again have solid but not top class payers. Most kwn is for sure Liverpool central back Lovren he will probably start in center of defence with Vida from Besiktas. On righ back they have great Vrsaljko from Atletico and on left back options are Strinic from Sampdoria or Pivric from Dinamo Kiev.
Midfield is much stronger then defence there is no doubt. Modric from Real Madrid, Rakitic from Barcelona, Badelj from Fiorentina, Kovacic from Real Madrid, Brozovcic from Inter are all top class midfielders and there are also many other like Rog from Napoli and Pasalic from Spartak Moscow. Realy top class midfield.
Attack again is on highest level maybe little bit weaaker then midfield but still on higest level possible. Madzukic from Juve, Perisic from Inter, Kalinic from AC Milan, Kramaric from Hoffenheim and Pjaca from Schalke all play major roles in their clubs and play on higest level.
Denmark is led by experienced Norwegian coach Age Hareide and looks like Denmark needed lead by man like this as World Cup qualifications are big success for them.
On goal main player is no doubt Kasper Schmeichel that plays for Leicester in Premier League. He is not on level of his father but still he is really solid keeper.
In defence they have two big stars in central defender position and this bring lot of security to their keeper. First is Chelsea defender only 21 year old Andreas Christensen that is one of most talated defenders and other is experienced Simon Kjaer that plays for Sevilla. Righ back first option is Betis Riza Durmisi while on left back they have so really good choice.
In midfield they have bigges star in team Tottenham playmaker Christian Eriksen and he is man that can decide matches with some spectacular moves. Again other players in midfield are not near same level. Best are Thomas Delaney from Werder and Lukas Lerager from Bordeaux.
In attack they have some solid options like Cleta Vigo winger Pione Sisto, Leipzig striker Yussuf Poulsen or Feyenoord striker Nicolai Jorgensen. I think with all this options and Eriksenbehind them there should be no problem for them to score goals. Problem for them will be how to defende their goal.
I think Croatia will win this one.
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