[[!LIVESTREAM@@]] Denmark vs Northern Ireland Live Free TV Coverage ON 16 June 2023
Denmark vs Northern Ireland live stream: How can I watch Euro 2024 qualifier on TV in UK today? Asurprise win away at Denmark tonight could be just the ticket for Northern Ireland in their Euro 2024 qualification bid.
Having beaten San Marino to kick off their Group H campaign in the spring, Michael O’Neill’s side suffered a huge setback with defeat at home to Finland. However, favourites Denmark have themselves suffered a loss at minnows Kazakhstan to keep the race for first place open.
That shock came after two goals from Manchester United target Rasmus Hojlund and he will be looking to fire the Danes to a much-needed win in Copenhagen. Christian Eriksen is set to be fit after receiving a nasty gash to his face in training.
How to watch Denmark vs Northern Ireland
TV channel: In the UK, the game will be televised live on ViaPlay Sports with kick-off at 7.45pm BST.
Live stream: Subscribers can catch the contest online via the ViaPlay Sports website and app, with a monthly subscription costing £14.99 or £11.99 if you sign up to a 12-month contract.
Denmark are set to play Northern Ireland at the Parken Stadium on Friday in the group stage of the UEFA Euro qualifiers.
Denmark come into this game on the back of a 3-2 loss to Kazakhstan in their most recent game. Second-half goals from CSKA Moscow midfielder Bakhtiyar Zaynutdinov, Ordabasy midfielder Askhat Tagybergen and Astana attacker Abat Aymbetov secured the win for Kazakhstan. Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund scored the goals for Denmark.
Northern Ireland, on the other hand, lost 1-0 to Finland in their most recent game. A first-half goal from Cracovia attacker Benjamin Kallman sealed the deal for Finland.
Denmark have punched above their weight under the management of Kasper Hjulmand, having done well in tournament football in recent years. The quality is evident; the likes of Christian Eriksen, Kasper Schmeichel and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg have been around for a long time, and have shown what they are capable of at club and international level.
Young stars like Mikkel Damsgaard and Rasmus Hojlund are now emerging as the future of Danish football. Hojlund, in particular, is earning rave reviews for his performances at Atalanta; the 20-year-old has been linked heavily with Manchester United.
Andreas Christensen's performances for Barcelona this season have been standout as well. The centre-back joined the La Liga giants on a free transfer from Chelsea last season and was one of the best defenders in Spain as he helped Barcelona win the league.
Northern Ireland, on the other hand, have the likes of Jonny Evans, Craig Cathcart and Paddy McNair to rely on for experience. The Northern Irish have some excellent talents capable of causing opposition defence problems, and while they will be the underdogs here, they are more than capable of causing some huge problems for the Danes.
This will be their first overall meeting. Gibraltar and France have never clashed before neither at the World Cup/Euro Qualifiers nor at any of the World Cup/Euro tournaments.
The game will be played at the Estádio Algarve in Faro/Loulé, Gibraltar. It promises to be an exciting match as they meet for the first time ever in the qualification stage for the 2024 European Championship.