Croatia got off to the worst start in the group, losing 0:3 at home to Austria, but bounced back, with a win over France in Paris. Still everything is open in this group and with a victory over Denmark, they will move into first place. In the last game (25/9), they faced Austria away from home. Coach Zlatko Dalic faces some problems with injuries, but they have enough options. Out of the squad are Ćaleta-Car, Brekalo, while Vrsaljko is doubtful. Denmark leads the group with three wins in four matches, most recently a 2:0 win over Austria in Copenhagen. Today, a draw is not enough for them, as they would then fall behind in a possible tie with Croatia, who are the only team to deny them points so far in the group. The positive thing is that no matter what happens, they will compete in the next competition in the 1st category. Coach Hjulmand has some problems with injuries and can’t count on Sørensen, Vestergaard, Poulsen, Wind, Boilesen, Pedersen, Nørgaard, Cornelius, and Skov. It’s a very hard match to predict, because the two teams look equal and the match between them is quite likely to decide the first place. The Croatians are strong in the demanding games, while the Danes have been making consecutive breakthroughs in recent years, but they will line up with absentees. They will probably score at least one goal, which is the best option in this match.