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Denmark play their final international friendly ahead of Euro 2020, when they take on Bosnia-Herzegovina at the Brondby Stadion on Sunday.
Having lost just twice in 25 matches, Kasper Hjulmandâs side drew 1-1 against Germany last Wednesday with Yussuf Poulsen equalising on 71 minutes.
The Danes, who have lost just once in their homeland since October 2016, have secured only one victory in their last five against Bosnia-Herzegovina, that coming in a 3-0 victory back in 1997.
Goalscorer Poulsen is likely to take the place of Niceâs Kasper Dolberg, and defender Andreas Christensen, who featured in Chelseaâs UEFA Champions League victory over Manchester City last weekend in Porto, will start at the back.
Bosnia, managed by Ivaylo Petev, failed to qualify for the European championships after suffering defeat to Northern Ireland in a penalty shootout in the semi-finals.
The 2014 World Cup participants drew 0-0 with Montenegro on Sunday, which made it the seventh time in nine games that they have failed to score.Â
Petev will use the match to get his side ready for the upcoming 2022 World Cup qualifiers in September – and will be hopeful his team can put on a good showing against the Danes, with his side not winning a game since November 2019.
Striker Edin Dzeko and midfielder Miralem Pjanic have been omitted from the national team so wonât feature, and both Sead Kolasinac of Arsenal and AC Milanâs Rade Krunic are ruled out through injury.
Interestingly, this will be the first meeting between both sides.
Prediction: Denmark 2 – 0 Bosnia & Herzegovina
Given Bosnia’s poor form and the fact they are missing key players, Denmark should secure a straightforward win Petev’s side.
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