Wales have started their UEFA Nations League campaign in good form after they hit four past the Republic of Ireland in their first game. They are top of their group standings at the moment, but can they maintain that against this Danish team that reached the quarterfinals of the World Cup?
Denmark would have made things easier for the Welsh had they not reached a temporary agreement with their top players to play this game as they continue to negotiate over image rights. Now Wales would not have to face the Danish team that is made up of players from the Danish third tier like Slovakia faced, and that has significantly changed the outlook of this game.
Denmark reached the last 8 of the last World Cup before eventually losing to the runners-up, Croatia, so this game would see them playing to continue their unbeaten run that stretches throughout the last World Cup qualifying campaign.
Denmark hit five 10 goals in their 5 home games during the World Cup qualifiers and Christian Eriksen has scored 11 times in his last 12 games for them.
None of the last three meetings between these two sides have seen a home win.