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Sports Mole previews Sunday’s Nations League clash between Denmark and France, including predictions, team news and expected line-ups.

in the final matchday of League A Group 1 UEFA Nations League, Denmark final side guns welcome France A costume that has decided to avoid relegation to League B.

Kasper Yurmandmen lost their last game 2-1 to Croatia, but Les Bleus beat Austria 2-0 ahead of their trip to Copenhagen on Sunday.

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Denmark’s win over Croatia would have guaranteed them a place in the final of the Nations League, but Jurmand’s XI were unable to answer the dominance of the Checkered Ones who were beaten 2-1 on Thursday night.

45 minutes after the monotonous goalless start, Borna Sosa When Lobro Majere either side of Christian EriksenThe reaction has done Croatia’s job of pushing Denmark to the top of the rankings.

But with only one point to go, Denmark knows they can finish second with a win over Les Bleus.

Even if Denmark delivers a seismic shock to France, their fate is decided if Croatia beats underground Austria this weekend.

A final dream may not come true for Denmark, but cementing its position as a League A contender means more than enough money for the red and white, who face France in their World Cup group two months after Sunday’s game. It represents one important breakthrough.

France's Olivier Giroud celebrates with his first goal on 25 March 2022© Reuters

The prospect of Nations League champions France packing their bags and being relegated to League B was very real before Austria’s visit. Didier Deschamps.

Despite losing a number of stars to injury before the international break and seeing many more sidelined due to physical problems, Ralph Langnickside, France still lacking the courtesy of a 2-0 winner Kylian Mbappe When Olivier Giroudgoal.

Back in the Blues XI, Giroud was admired by teammates, fans and journalists alike, setting up Mbappe before scoring his 49th goal for France. Thierry HenryMen’s all-time record 51 times.

France are now moving up to 3rd place in League A Group 1. This is the highest ranking France can achieve. A three-point win in Copenhagen could save them from relegation.

Les Bleus devotees can breathe a sigh of relief knowing they haven’t lost away in any tournament since June 2019, but three months ago they lost 2-1 to Denmark . Andreas Cornelius Put the brace in the bag.

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Jules Kunde photographed in March 2021© Reuters

Denmark did not address fresh injury concerns in midweek defeat against in-demand playmakers Croatia Jesper Lindstrom Although forced to miss due to illness, Yurmand is confident that the Eintracht Frankfurt man will be available here.

Martin Brightwait He scored the first goal against Croatia, but the match lasted only 59 minutes. Kasper Dolberg Therefore, there is a glint in his eye due to his visit to France.

Mikel Damsgaard When Rasmus Christensen Eriksen goes for his 40th goal with the national team.

The Danish forces may be at full strength, but the decline of the French side has been witnessed Jules Kunde When Mike Mainyan Both were injured against Austria, the former with a damaged thigh while the AC Milan goalkeeper had calf problems.

William Saliba When Alphonse Areola Came off the bench midweek to replace a duo, so should be drafted into the first XI. Dayot Upamecano When Alban Lafont Accept a spot among the alternatives.

debutante Yusuf Fofana When Benoît Badiaciele Despite lauding his performance against Austria and having limited rest time, Deschamps will field a relatively similar XI given Les Bleus are desperate for a win. is needed.

Danish starters:
Schmeichel; Andersen, Christensen, Kjer. Christensen, Hoybjerg, Delaney, Maele. Eriksen, Damsgard.Dolberg

Candidates for the French starting line-up:
Areola; Saliva, Balan, Badiasil. Klaus, Fofana, Chuameni, Mendy.Griezmann; Mbappe, Giroud

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Denmark 0-1 France

If Thursday night’s performance is anything to go by, France appears to have left their summer struggles to history, continuing to pack in strong defensive options amid a mounting injury crisis.

A fit Eriksen always has the power to do something for Denmark, who fondly remembers his recent encounter with Les Bleus. The nation stays in League A, ending the hosts’ hopes for glory in the process.

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