Denmark face Iceland in UEFA Nations League Group A2 in Copenhagen on Sunday 15 November at 20:45 CET.
Denmark vs Iceland: live build-up
Where to watch the game on TV
Fans can find their local UEFA Nations League broadcast partner(s) here
As they stand
• Denmark are second in Group A2, two points adrift of leaders Belgium but level on points with third-ranked England. They have not conceded in their last three Nations League games (W2 D1), but have yet to win at home in this section (D1 L1).
• Iceland have lost all four of their Group A2 games and are already resigned to relegation to League B for the next edition of the UEFA Nations League.
• Denmark have won all seven of their previous competitive games against Iceland.
• On Matchday 3, the Danes prevailed 3-0 in Reykjavik in the sides’ first UEFA Nations League meeting.
What the coaches say
Kasper Hjulmand, Denmark coach: “There is room for improvement, and we must find a better offensive flow in general, but in the three matches in October we got an overall scoreline of 8-0. However, both in defence and attack, we would like to have better flow. I’m very happy with the way we are taking steps, but we want to get better and work on that.”
18/11: England vs Iceland
18/11: Belgium vs Denmark