Kasper Hjulmand has high expectations of the Danish fans to live up to. Denmark’s previous triumph at the Euros came in 1992 and it is still fresh in the memory of many. The quality of some of the Danish players is unquestionable and they will hope to go far in the tournament.

Denmark also have the fortunate circumstance of playing the majority of their group games in Copenhagen and with an overwhelming amount of support flooding in, it may just spur them on further.

Ahead of the Euros, we have taken a look at all you need to know about Denmark – ranging from the Denmark squad announcement, their upcoming fixtures and the latest and best odds for the Danish national team.

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Who’s in the confirmed line up for the Denmark 2021 squad?

The opportunity for the new generation and old guard to combine is set up perfectly in this squad. The Danish team contains world class talent playing at the highest levels throughout Europe including Barcelona star Martin Braithwaite and Spurs midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg.

1GKKasper Schmeichel
2DFJoachim Andersen
3DFJannik Vestergaard
4DFSimon Kjær
5DFJoakim Mæhle
6DFAndreas Christensen
7MFRobert Skov
8MFThomas Delaney
9FWMartin Braithwaite
10MFChristian Eriksen
11FWAndreas Skov Olsen
12FWKasper Dolberg
13DFMathias Jørgensen
14FWMikkel Damsgaard
15MFChristian Nørgaard
16GKJonas Lössl
17DFJens Stryger Larsen
18MFDaniel Wass
19FWJonas Wind
20FWYussuf Poulsen
21FWAndreas Cornelius
22GKFrederik Rønnow
23MFPierre-Emile Højbjerg
24MFMathias Jensen
25MFAnders Christiansen
26DFNicolai Boilesen

Who do Denmark play next at the Euros?

As for Denmark’s Euro fixtures, they were drawn alongside major tournament fancies Belgium as well as Russia and fellow Scandinavians Finland in Group B. Despite opening their campaign against Finland, losing 1-0, before losing 2-1 against Belgium, their last group fixture against Russia saw them win 4-1 to advance to the knockouts in second place. It was Wales who awaited them in the last 16, with Denmark once again finding the back of the net four times to claim a 4-0 victory. Up next is a quarter-final against Czech Republic on July 3.

What are the odds that Denmark win the Euros?

As previously mentioned, the Danes have seriously high class talent in their squad this year, as well as up and coming exciting youngsters. Having started as 66/1 outsiders for the tournament, they are now just 11/1 to go all the way.

What’s the latest news on the Denmark football team?

Besides Christian Eriksen’s absence, Denmark have also been without Yussuf Poulsen and Daniel Wass, who missed the Wales game due to injury and illness respectively.