Denmark are looking to seal top spot in Group H of Euro 2024 qualifying as they face Northern Ireland this week.
Northern Ireland currently sit 5th in qualifying Group H with two wins and seven losses from nine games.
It's been yet another disappointing qualification attempt by Northern Ireland who've been going steadily downhill ever since Euro 2016 and are desperately in need of a fresh injection of talent.
They're coming into this game completely out of form having won two and lost eight of their last ten matches, with their only two wins coming against San Marino.
Their most recent encounter saw them fall to a comprehensive 4-0 hammering away at Finland in a performance that really hammered home how dismal Northern Ireland's current predicament is.
On home soil, their showings have been slightly better having won two and lost three of their last five games at home but with one of their wins coming over a year ago that is still not worth shouting about.
All in all Northern Ireland will want to put this qualification process behind them and try to regroup before World Cup qualifying starts next year but without drastic changes within the setup they're likely in for more of the same in the near future.
Denmark currently sit top of qualifying Group H with seven wins, one draw and one loss from nine games.
The Danes have sailed through this group which is pretty much what was expected of them given the standard of their opponents but the job is not done yet as they need three points here to ensure top spot and with that a higher seeing for the group stage draw next summer.
They're coming into this game in very good form, unbeaten in their last seven games having won their last five on the bounce, the most recent of which was a 2-1 win over Slovenia. The win over Slovenia was a huge one and it ensures that their fate is now in their own hands coming into the final game.
Their away form has been quite inconsistent, however, given they've won just two of their last five games on the road and having not visited this venue since 2007, where they were beaten 1-0, they may feel as though this will be a stern test despite Northern Ireland's poor form.
Denmark still have huge advantages in the quality department so that, combined with the form of the two sides, should see the Nordic outfit take the lion's share of the spoils here.
For our Northern Ireland vs. Denmark prediction, we're going for a 2-0 win for the away side.