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Australia and Denmark square off as Group D comes to a head at the Qatar World Cup, with each side looking to seal a spot in the knockout stages.
Denmark began their campaign with a goalless draw against Tunisia before falling to defending champions France after a valiant display.
Meanwhile, Australia led against France before suffering a 4-1 loss in their tournament opener, but sealed a vital victory over Tunisia in their next outing.
As such, France have already secured a place in the last 16, while Australia would progress with a win against Denmark here. Any other outcome would complicate matters and see goal difference likely come into play.
Here’s all you need to know.
When is it?
Australia vs Denmark is scheduled to kick off at 3pm GMT (6pm local time) on Wednesday 30 November.
The game is set to take place at the Al Janoub Stadium in Al-Wakrah.
How can I watch it?
The match will air live on BBC One in the UK, with BBC iPlayer also streaming the fixture.
What is the team news?
Right back Nathaniel Atkinson could miss out for Australia after an ankle issue sidelined him for the win over Tunisia. Martin Boyle, meanwhile, remains an absentee from the Socceroos’ frontline.
Denmark will be without Thomas Delaney here, and for the knockout stages if the Danes advance, after the midfielder injured his knee in their opening game in Qatar.
Thomas Delaney (right) is consoled by Rasmus Kristensen while going off injured
Australia XI: Ryan; Karacic, Souttar, Rowles, Behich; Leckie, Irvine, Mooy, McGree, Goodwin; Duke
Denmark XI: Schmeichel; Andersen, Kjaer, Christensen; Kristensen, Hojbjerg, Eriksen, Maehle; Skov Olsen, Dolberg, Damsgaard
Australia – 6/1
Tunisia – 1/2
Draw – 16/5
Australia’s spirit will just about match Denmark’s quality, resulting in a crucial draw after a nervy finish – a result that will send the Socceroos through as long as France don’t lose to Tunisia. Australia 1-1 Denmark.