THE BOSS AGE HAREIDE
A Scandinavian football expert, the 64-year-old is the only manager to win the league title in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Manchester City and Norwich fans may remember him from his brief stints as a defender in the early Eighties.
THE STAR CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN
Denmark’s talisman, who fired his nation to Russia with a sensational hat-trick against the Republic of Ireland in the play-offs. He has taken his game to another level with 14 goals in his most prolific season yet for Spurs.
THE PROSPECT PIONE SISTO
The Ugandanborn winger, 23, was hailed as one of Europe’s hottest prospects when he scored for Midtjylland in their shock 2-1 win over Manchester United in 2016. He has since earned a move to Celta Vigo, notching nine assists in La Liga this season.
They are capable of huge performances when it matters. Before their 5-1 drubbing of the Irish, they turned over qualifying-group winners Poland 4-0.
They are hugely reliant on Eriksen (left) and Werder Bremen midfielder Thomas Delaney for goals. The pair scored 12 of Denmark’s 20 in their group, with the side failing to pick up a point when both men failed to find the net.