Published: Tue, June 26, 2018
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

How to watch Denmark vs

How to watch Denmark vs

Denmark vs France Live Score, FIFA World Cup 2018 Live Updates: Denmark coach Age Hareide's withering assessment of opponents France last month has added "salt, pepper and vinegar" to their World Cup match on Tuesday, his counterpart Didier Deschamps said. The Danes need a positive result and hope that Australia doesn't get a win against already-eliminated Peru in the other Group C game which will take place at the same time.

Christian Eriksen played and Spurs teammate Hugo Lloris watched on as Denmark and France played out one of the less memorable games of Russian Federation 2018 so far but a 0-0 draw will have pleased both sides' coaches and fans.

Title contenders France have yet to hit top gear in Russian Federation, churning out a 2-1 victory over Australia before scraping past Peru 1-0.

Follow all the action with Sportsmail's TOM FARMERY ahead of kick-off at 3pm (BST).

With first place in Group C at stake, this should be an exciting game to watch. France have scored just three times in three games in Russian Federation, including a penalty and an own goal, and it was another disjointed display from one of the title favourites.

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France, already sure to advance with two opening victories, goes into the round of 16 as the Group C victor and Denmark as runner-up.

All previous 36 games of the tournament had seen goals but the series ended in a stale affair at Moscow's Luzhniki stadium in which neither side took major risks as the result suited them just fine. Les Bleus didn't hit their expected heights in their first two games, so Denmark might fall victim to a French renaissance. The 33-year-old made his only save in the 54th minute, spilling Christian Eriksen's free-kick before pouncing on the loose ball.

Kasper Schmeichel was called into action by Olivier Giroud and Antoine Griezmann in the first half, but was never seriously stretched.

Whistles and jeers got louder after a misplaced pass in the 64th by France midfielder Thomas Lemar went off the field 10 yards (meters) away from any player.

"It has not ended up a very exciting match because the Danish team were satisfied with a draw as it meant they would qualify".

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