Denmark host Russia in Copenhagen on Monday still in with a chance of reaching the last 16 of Euro 2020 despite losing their first two games, while Austria and Ukraine go head-to-head for a place in the knockout phase.
The Danes could snatch a top-two finish in Group B if they beat Russia and already-qualified Belgium win against Finland.
Earlier in the day, Austria will go through from Group C with victory in Bucharest over Ukraine, who would progress if they avoid defeat.
Denmark’s opening 1-0 loss to Finland was overshadowed by Christian Eriksen’s mid-match collapse and they then fell to defeat by Belgium in an emotional game which saw both fans and players show their support for the midfielder.
But a crowd of up to 25,000 will cheer them on at the Parken Stadium with a place in the last 16 still up for grabs.
“We’re prepared to run out at the Parken and have a magical night… it’s like our Euro is starting right now,” Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand said on Sunday.
“We’re not done. We had a difficult start and we’re going to start over now. We’re ready to get through the group and play more games.”
A win by two goals or more would be enough if Finland lose, as would any one-goal success other than 1-0.