Denmark and Tunisia will be getting their World Cup campaigns underway when they meet to help open up Group D in Qatar.
Led by the experienced Manchester United midfielder Christian Eriksen, Denmark will be hoping for a repeat result from 20 years back when the sides previously met when they triumphed 2-1 in a friendly.
With a group also featuring France and Australia, both sides know the importance of getting off to a good start with three points especially with a fixture against the world champions to come that could eliminate them from the competition.
There will not be much expectation on Tunisia heading into the game, but they came close to holding England to a draw at the last World Cup in their opening match before Harry Kane grabbed a late winner.
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