Denmark will treat this end-of-season international friendly of upmost importance when they welcome Germany to the Brøndby Stadium on Tuesday night. Both countries have matches of much greater importance on the horizon; the Danes travel to Kazakhstan on Saturday in what could prove to be a pivotal Group E qualifier.

Currently, the Scandinavians are in third and, though top spot is currently occupied by an impressive Poland side, Montenegro are in a possible play-off berth on goal difference and are very much catchable in the battle to reach the 2018 World Cup in Russia next summer.

Germany, though, are scheduled to face minnows San Marino on Saturday where they will extend their 100% record to six matches. Their nearest challengers Northern Ireland face a tough test against Azerbaijan, so Joachim Loew’s men can all but secure their qualification this weekend.

That is just as well, as their attention will then turn to the Confederations Cup, which they qualified for as world champions. Beginning on 17th June, Die Mannschaft will compete with Cameroon, Chile and Australia for a place in the last four of the tournament as they look to better their third-place finish in 2005 at their home competition.

Though this is a friendly, Tipbet have 61 markets available to bet on. The hosts are 3.45 to give themselves a morale-boosting victory, though Loew has named a weakened squad as he rests key stars for next summer. There is still enough quality to trouble most teams however, and the Germans are favourites at 2.00, though they have more important fixtures coming up.