Opta Facts - Home Nation Friendlies (March 5th)
England have won five of their last nine clashes with Denmark (D2 L2), losing two of the last three.
These two teams have faced each other on five occasions at Wembley with all five matches finishing 1-0; four wins for England.
Roy Hodgson's side have failed to score in their last two home matches. The last time England failed to score in three consecutive home games was 1981 (total of four blanks in a row).
Hodgson has guided England to victory in 13 of the 24 matches he has been manager for (D8 L3).
The Three Lions have kept clean sheets in just two of their last eight games at Wembley (v Poland and Moldova).
Denmark have won four and lost none of their last five internationals.
The Danes have won four, drawn three and lost three of their last 10 away matches in all competitions.
Wayne Rooney has scored in two of the last three meetings between England and Denmark.
The Manchester United striker has scored nine times in his last 12 appearances for England.
Glen Johnson has played 49 times for England since his debut in 2003, playing in 28 wins (D13 L8).
Danny Welbeck has scored three times in his last four appearances at Wembley for England.
Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has scored three goals in his last three appearances for Denmark.
England have lost only two games by a margin of three goals (or more) since June 1980 - one of these came in a 4-1 defeat to Denmark in August 2005.
Northern Ireland have won just one of their last 19 internationals (D6 L12).
In their last 14 games away from Belfast, Northern Ireland have managed to keep just one clean sheet (vs Malta).
The last meeting between the two teams finished 0-0 at Windsor Park, Belfast in August 2002.
Cyprus have failed to score in four of their last five international games at home.
West Brom defender Gareth McAuley has netted twice in his last three internationals for Northern Ireland.
The Republic of Ireland are unbeaten in three (W2 D1) having not won any of their previous five (D1 L4).
At home, Ireland have won five of their last seven in all competitions (D1 L1).
Serbia are unbeaten in five (W3 D2). However, their last three defeats in all matches have come away from home.
The previous two meetings between these two nations have finished as draws (0-0 and 1-1).
Captain Robbie Keane has scored eight goals in his last eight appearances for the Irish national team.
Wales have won just one of their last seven matches (D3 L3).
The Welsh have scored just three goals in their last five matches in front of their own fans (W1 D2 L2).
Wales have won each of their last three clashes with Iceland.
Iceland are winless in four games (D2 L2).
Iceland have won just three of their last 23 games away from home (D6 L14). However, those wins have come in their last six (D2 L1).
Gareth Bale's last goal for Wales came back in March 2013 (v Croatia).
Scotland are unbeaten in four matches (W3 D1), having won just one of the previous five (L4).
Three of the four previous matches have finished as 1-1 draws, with Poland winning the other 2-1.
Scotland have lost just two of their last 12 at home in all competitions (W6 D4).
Poland have won two internationals in a row - they haven't won three in a row since June 2012.