The Three Lions will be out to make it back to back win when they face Denmark, after their slow start to the UEFA Nations League campaign.
England survived a late scare against Iceland after Iceland lost a late spot-kick to draw the match.
Denmark, meanwhile, started their campaign with a defeat against Belgium, which marked their first home defeat in the last four years.
England has won six of their last seven competitive matches and the Three Lions are tipped to record their seventh consecutive win.
England has conceded in eight of their last 14 away from Wembley.
England has won six of their last seven competitive matches.
The game is tipped to be a low scoring affair, Denmark has been a defensive unit and has kept three clean sheets in three of their last four matches and four of their last six matches have produced less than three strikes, BetPay gives an odds of 1.65 for under 2.5.
Denmark could be offered +2 handicap with odds of 1.23 with BetPay, this is considered because Denmark has kept a clean sheet in three of their last four fixtures and four of their last six matches have produced less than three strikes, so a repeat this midweek will tempt plenty of punters to stake on this.
England has top-class attackers that can turn the table around but with a defensive unit like Denmark on two goals ahead the option could be a nice choice to stake on.
Denmark has scored in nine of their last 11 games.
HEAD TO HEAD
England’s record is largely strong against Denmark. They’ve played the Scandinavians on 19 occasions in the past, winning on 12 of them – including in the 2002 World Cup’s Round of 16.
Three Lions picked up a 1-0 win in a friendly back in March 2014.