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Date and Time:11/10/13 20:15
Venue:Copenhagen
Status:LIVE
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Denmark Review:
Qualification history
It may come as a surprise, given the impact Denmark made, that Mexico 1986 was their first FIFA World Cup™. The previous 12 had been watched from the sidelines, with the Danes declining to enter the first five before enduring seven unsuccessful preliminary campaigns. Even after their nation’s golden generation made it to Mexico through a group that included USSR, Republic of Ireland and Norway, more qualifying woes followed, with Denmark failing to reach the two FIFA World Cups either side of their famous UEFA European Championship win. Experience has brought consistency, however, and Denmark go into the Brazil 2014 preliminaries having reached three of the last four editions, and with their 2010 campaign having seen them qualify comfortably ahead of both Portugal and Sweden.

FIFA World Cup finals history
Having waited so long to make their FIFA World Cup debut, Denmark certainly couldn’t have been accused of being slow in making an impression. Mexico 1986 saw the world introduced to ‘Danish Dynamite’, a team so committed to attractive, attacking football that they earned comparisons to the great Dutch sides of the 1970s. The class of ’86 ultimately fell short of realising their potential by exiting at the last 16, but 12 years later – after two missed FIFA World Cups and a shock victory at UEFA EURO 1992 – the Danes went one better, going down 3-2 to Brazil in a thrilling quarter-final after thrashing Nigeria 4-1 in the previous round. They then made it through the group phase for a third successive edition in 2002, topping a group that included Senegal, Uruguay and reigning world champions France, but fell at the first hurdle in 2010, having lost to both Japan and the Netherlands.

The current crop
South Africa 2010 brought the end of an era with the retirement of Denmark’s joint-record goalscorer, Jon Dahl Tomasson, while long-serving coach and legendary former player Morten Olsen is due to step down after EURO 2012. An exciting new generation of players, led by the talented Christian Eriksen, is emerging, but the Danes will need to recover from a FIFA World Cup hangover that has seen them make a faltering start to EURO qualifying.

The key players
This new batch of Danish talent is likely to provide an eye-catching spine to Olsen’s team, with Simon Kjaer’s defensive solidity, Eriksen’s midfield creativity, and striker Nicklas Bendtner’s power and pace sure to be key to their hopes of success.

Coach: Morten Olsen
Best performances in a FIFA competition: FIFA Confederations Cup Saudi Arabia 1995 (Winners), Men’s Olympic Football Tournament London 1908, Stockholm 1912, Rome 1960 (Runners-up)
Former stars: Allan Simonsen, Michael Laudrup, Peter Schmeichel

Italy Team Review:
Qualification history
Italy have contested 17 of the 19 FIFA World Cup™ final tournaments held to date. Since failing to enter a team for Uruguay 1930, they have missed out on qualification only once, finishing second behind Northern Ireland in Group 8 of the Sweden 1958 qualifying competition. Masters in the art of reaching major competitions, over the years the Italians have developed the knack of recovering from faltering starts to finish strongly and book their finals place just in time.

FIFA World Cup finals history
With four world titles to their name (1934, 1938, 1982 and 2006) and two runners-up slots (1970 and 1994), Italy lie second only to Brazil on the all-time FIFA World Cup honours board. La Squadra Azzurra are also the only team along with the Brazilians to have won the competition twice in a row. Their 4-3 semi-final defeat of West Germany at Mexico 1970 is widely regarded as one of the most spectacular matches in the history of the tournament.

The current crop
World champions in 2006 under Marcello Lippi, the Italians suffered a dispiriting first-round exit at South Africa 2010, an unexpected setback that has brought about a changing of the guard. Turning to a younger generation, La Nazionale seem to have recovered their poise, while adopting an attacking game some way removed from the catenaccio style favoured by previous Italy teams.

The key players
Captain and goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon is the only survivor from their 2006 triumph in Germany, with a host of youngsters now breaking into the team, such as central defender Andrea Ranocchia, while naturalised Brazilian holding midfielder Thiago Motta has also made a couple of appearances for his adopted country. Up front the transition from old to new has been even more dramatic thanks to the emergence of Giampaolo Pazzini, a formidable presence in the air, and old-style centre-forward Alessandro Matri, both of whom offer options alongside the dangerous Giuseppe Rossi. Also with a vital role to play are the maverick duo of Mario Balotelli and Antonio Cassano.