Johannes Sturm, match correspondent
The two groups began the opposition with a beat on Friday night. Ralf Rangnick’s Austria side pushed from the off against Croatia and were compensated with a 3-0 triumph – and the returning David Alaba won’t precisely debilitate them. Denmark will have noticed that, however they are not precisely shy of certainty themselves subsequent to digging out from a deficit to win 2-1 in France. Will Andreas Cornelius start or will he hope to repeat his job of super-sub?
What the mentors say
Ralf Rangnick, Austria mentor: “We showed the two limits of force against Croatia. First how to avoid it and afterward what it resembles when you apply tension across the pitch. The last part was great and persuading, and we need to go on along those lines against Denmark all along.”
Kasper Hjulmand, Denmark mentor: “Being a nearby game is going. We beat Austria two times in World Cup qualifying [4-0 away, 1-0 at home] however they were both confounded. Austria will play with extremely focused energy, quick and high squeezing, loads of vertical runs. You will see over the course of the following little while how well the Austrian group will create.”