ENGLAND welcome Denmark looking to build on their excellent Nations League victory over Belgium.
Gareth Southgate's cautious team selection in the Red Devils match was blasted by fans and pundits, but the Three Lions boss was vindicated after a 2-1 victory.
These two sides met in Copenhagen earlier in the year and played out a dire 0-0 draw.
When is England vs Denmark?
- This Nations League clash is set for Wednesday, October 14.
- It will be held at Wembley, behind closed doors with no fans in attendance.
- Kick-off is at 7.45pm BST.
Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?
You can watch this game live on Sky Sports Main Event and Premier League.
Coverage begins at 7pm.
If you're not a Sky subscription, grab a NOW TV pass from just £9.99 to stream on your mobile, tablet or PC.
What is the team news?
Harry Kane could return to the starting XI with Gareth Southgate claiming he has 'no injury',
The Spurs striker sat out the win over Belgium with Dominic Calvert-Lewin leading the line but is set to feature.
Jadon Sancho could return in place of matchwinner Mason Mount, while Ben Chilwell is unavailable after leaving the squad and returning to Chelsea.
Martin Braithwaite and Christian Eriksen are set to feature again for the Danes, while Mathias Jensen was an unused substitute against Iceland and could come into midfield.
- England to win – 8/11
- Draw – 13/5
- Denmark victory – 19/5
- Both teams to score – 4/5
*All odds from Ladbrokes and correct at time of publication.
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