Northern Ireland continue their EURO 2024 qualifying campaign with a tricky trip to Denmark this weekend.
Denmark currently sit 2nd in Group H of qualifying with one win and one loss from their first two games of the campaign.
The Danes began their attempts to qualify for next summer's tournament with a 3-1 win over Finland before falling to a shock 3-2 defeat away at Kazakhstan last time out.
The defeat at Kazakhstan is not a fatal one but it means they can ill afford more slip ups if they want to seal their place in Germany before the end of proceedings.
It's been a tough couple of years for Denmark who've failed to build on their EURO 2020 semi-final place having crashed out of the World Cup in the group stages after delivering an extremely disappointing showing in Qatar.
The tournament led to many calling for the head of manager Kasper Hjulmand, but it now appears as though he'll be given the next edition of the EUROs to rectify their performance in Qatar but it seems as though his side are still struggling to refine the form that saw them light up the tournament three years ago.
They're coming into this game in very poor form overall having won just one of their last five matches while also losing three of their last four so momentum is not in their side.
Still, they should have no issue progressing from this group as they're by far the best team on paper and in Rasmus Højlund they have one of the most impressive young strikers on the continent.
They need to get back to winning ways here and in front of their own fans they're expected to do just that.
Northern Ireland currently sit 5th in Group H of qualifying with one win and one loss from their first two games of proceedings.
They began their campaign with a comfortable 2-0 win away at San Marino before succumbing to a disappointing 0-1 defeat at home to Finland last time out.
The defeat at home to Finland was a sour one for the Irish having lost a home tie to one of their main group rivals and it means they're now going to have to claim some big points away from home in order to make amends.
Their form away from home is not particularly great, though, having won just one of their last six competitive games on the road (away at San Marino).
As such, it's highly unlikely that Northern Ireland are able to rally and take three points here as they face the group's best side on paper.
For our Denmark vs. Northern Ireland prediction, we're going for a 3-0 win for the home side.