Craig Levein hasn’t exactly enjoyed his two-year tenure of being Scotland manager, with the former Dundee United boss having seen his team lose against Czech Republic and Spain during Euro 2012 qualifying which makes the prospect of going through a remote one.
Even so, there is a chance that the Tartan Army will be celebrating on Wednesday night with Victor Chandler (£25 – free bets) offering 2/1 that Scotland prove a point by beating the Danes at Hampden Park with the only downside being the poor timing of this friendly will mean plenty of substitutions.
Levein has some decent strikers to choose from and he will probably opt for Kenny Miller (6/1 Paddy Power) after the Cardiff striker scored at West Ham on his debut on Sunday. Perhaps David Goodwillie (15/2 Blue Square) will get a chance to partner him, with the forward also the subject of interest from Rangers before deciding on a switch to Blackburn.
Then there is Craig Mackail-Smith at 15/2 (bet365 – £200 free betting), the Brighton forward who looked lively against Doncaster on Saturday and all of these strikers will want to stake a claim for a starting place.
Denmark reached the 2010 World Cup but failed to make it beyond the group stage and they face a three-way tussle with Portugal and Norway for a place in Euro 2012. They are slight favourites at 8/5 (Betfred) to win in Glasgow.
Nicklas Bendtner is still seeking a move away from Arsenal and the Dane is 13/2 (Blue Square) to score the opening goal of the game.