As the qualifying for next summer’s European Championships in Poland and Ukraine come to a conclusion, it is Group H that is perhaps the most intriguing, with three teams tied on 13 points.
Norway, currently in third place, have an outside chance of automatic qualification, though having played a game more than their rivals, it is hard to see past a final-day battle for supremacy between group favourites Portugal and second-placed Denmark.
The Danes travel to bottom-of-the-table Cyprus on Friday hoping to build on the 2-0 victory they recorded in Copenhagen almost a year ago to the day.
They are rated as the 9/20 favourites in bwin’s 3Way football betting market, with the draw at 17/5 and a Cyprus win available at 11/2.
The home side have failed to score in their last four qualifiers and with Manchester United’s Anders Lindegaard and Thomas Sorensen of Stoke City battling to be between the posts for the visitors, their challenge looks no easier.
Victory will secure at least a play-off position for Denmark and with Nicklas Bendtner and Dennis Rommedahl in goalscoring form for their clubs at the weekend, they will surely have enough to get the job done.
You can get odds of 11/2 for the Scandinavian side to match the scoreline of the reverse fixture.
There have been five meetings between these two nations in the past, with Cyprus only managing one draw along with four defeats.
They have also conceded a whopping 17 goals across those fixtures. Punters who use their free £25 bet will see a return of £77.50 if they correctly predict Denmark to add to that tally by scoring three or more goals in the game.
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