What time is Denmark vs Wales? TV channel details and latest Nations League odds
Wales take on Denmark in the second match of their Nations League campaign on Sunday.
Here's everything you need to know about the match in Scandinavia.
What time is kick-off?
The match gets underway at 5pm on Sunday, September 9.
Where is the game being played?
The match will take place at Ceres Park in Aarhus.
The stadium holds 19,433 spectators, with Wales set to have more than 2,000 fans in the away end.
Is it on TV?
All of Wales' Nations League games will be broadcast live on Sky Sports and S4C.
The clash with the Danes will be shown on Sky's Main Event and Football channels, with coverage getting underway at kick-off on the former and 4:30pm on the latter.
If you don't have a Sky subscription you can buy a Now TV day pass from as l ittle as Â£7.99.
It will also be screened live on S4C with Welsh language commentary from 4:45pm.
Alternatively, you can follow our live match blog on our Football page from 1pm.
Which players are in the squads?
What have the managers said?
Age Hareide (Denmark)
"Wales play well offensively and defensively," said the Denmark manager.
"They played with young players and the skill and pace of the game was good.
"Wales play with a lot of enthusiasm offensively, they play very quick between the lines and go forward with a lot of people."
Ryan Giggs (Wales)
"Itâs great to get the win (against Ireland) but weâve got a tough game now, " said Giggs after his side's 4-1 triumph in their Nations League opener against Republic of Ireland.
"Weâve prepared for their best XI. Iâm not sure how much preparation theyâve had but we might have to play better.
"I picked 25 for this squad and that was hard enough.
"I feel we have 30 players who can be in that first XI. I never had that and thatâs what I want."
Wales 4-1 Republic of Ireland
What are the latest betting odds?
(Odds courtesy of Sky Bet, correct at time of publishing)
Denmark win 1/1
Wales win 13/5
Denmark: Schmeichel, Dalsgaard, Kjaer, Jorgensen, Larsen, Christensen, Delaney, Poulsen, Eriksen, Sisto, Cornelius.
Wales: Hennessey, Gunter, Williams, Mepham, Davies, Allen, Ramsey, Ampadu, Brooks, Lawrence, Bale.
Who is the referee?
Deniz Aytekin will take charge of proceedings on Sunday.
The German official was the man in the middle for Denmark's 1-1 World Cup qualifying draw with Romania in October last year.
How does the table l ook ahead of the game?
League B, Pot 4
1 Wales P1 W1 D0 L0 Pts 3
2 Denmark P0 W0 D0 L0 Pts 0
3 Republic of Ireland P1 W0 D0 L1 Pts 0Source: Google News Denmark | Netizen 24 Denmark