England will be looking to put a difficult few days behind them when they face Denmark in the UEFA Nations League tonight.
The Three Lions edged past Iceland on Saturday in their opening Group A2, winning 1-0 thanks to Raheem Sterling’s injury time penalty.
Since that victory, Gareth Southgate’s squad has been in the headlines with Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood having been sent home from international duty for break team rules.
It was an embarrassing episode for the nation team and Southgate will want to forget about it when his side face Denmark tonight.
The Danes lost at home to Belgium over the weekend and are bottom of the group and England will want to win ahead of facing the Belgians in their third Nations League game next month.
England last faced Denmark in a competitive match at the 2002 World Cup, winning the Round of 16 clash 3-0 thanks to goals from Rio Ferdinand, Michael Owen and Emile Heskey.
talkSPORT will be in Copenhagen this evening to bring you all the action.
Denmark vs England: How to listen
The UEFA Nations League tie will get under way at 7:45pm on Tuesday, September 8.
Full coverage from the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen will be live on talkSPORT, with our coverage starting at 7pm.
Mark Saggers will be your host before commentary from Jim Proudfoot and Stuart Pearce.
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Denmark vs England: Confirmed teams
Denmark XI: Schmeichel; Skov, Christensen, Zanka, Wass; Delaney, Eriksen, Nørgaard; Braithwaite, Dolberg, Poulsen.
England XI: Pickford, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Coady, Dier, Trippier, Rice, Phillips, Sancho, Sterling, Kane.
Subs: Pope, Henderson, Mings, Mings, Keane, Maitland-Niles, Ward-Prowse, Grealish, Mount, Abraham, Ings
Denmark vs England: What has been said?
Eric Dier is likely to come up against Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg tonight and admits he will be much happier when the pair are playing together in the same Tottenham side.
Denmark midfielder Hojbjerg joined Spurs from Premier League rivals Southampton for £15million last month and is set to face England.
He said: “I knew him a bit as well from before, just playing against him. But to see him more closely since he arrived at Tottenham, he is a great player and I think he is going to bring a lot to the Tottenham team.
“I think he has attributes that we were missing a little bit as well in our team at Tottenham – from what I have seen he is very professional, has a fantastic attitude and a fantastic work-rate.
“I think he brings some leadership qualities as well, he speaks a lot on the pitch, he pushes his team-mates and demands things from his team-mates.
“In the way he plays he is quite combative and aggressive and brings a little bit more fight to the midfield, which is good for us.”
Asked if that meant he was happier to play with the former Saints captain than against him, Dier added: “Yes, I’m very happy he is on my team now and hopefully he can have a great season for us at Tottenham.
“I am excited to play with him and happy that he is with us.”