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Been out of it for a while and guess they've not been great since the Laudrup`s, every good player they get get`s weighed down with "Next Laudrup" tag

Interesting WC Group alongside Australia, Peru and France who they flattened in their last WC group paired together

Way back in 1992 Denmark actually won the Euro`s with a tactic "Long ball and Laudrup`s"

Now 2018 a different Schmeichel is in goal who isnt bad and two decent centre backs in Andreas Christansen and Simon Kjaer (Who surprisingly hasn't ever played in the EPL)

Veteran midfielders Lasse Schone and William Kvist will do the defensive legwork bit more to them than Stig Tofting and Thomas Gravesen

Niklas Bendtner is the most prolific forward for the country! Nicolai Jorgensen will probably get the nod though but hasn't been in good form since his move to Newcastle fell through, another option is Andreas Cornelius the major Cardiff flop actually doing well in Serie A!

Will probably play 4-3-3 or 4-4-2, if the former the impressive Kasper Dolberg of Ajax is definitely a name to watch for at No10 or forward, Rene Henriksen of Hull City so good of AZ Alkmaar has hugely lost his way

Another ex EPL man is Vikor Fischer now back in Denmark with Kobenhavn, an exceptional winger who needs to rediscover his promise

Denmark`s biggest strength is cohesion, they have the ability to win the group or finish bottom(Which I doubt) , I reckon 2nd round
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