Denmark must find a way to contain the considerable talents of Robert Lewandowski ahead of their World Cup qualifier against Poland in Copenhagen.
The Bayern Munich striker did the damage for Adam Nawalka's men in the reverse fixture between these nations in Group E, as his hat-tricked helped Poland to power to a 3-2 win against the Danes in Warsaw back in October.
Lewandowski has scored 11 goals in World Cup qualifying so far, as well as 23 goals in his last 21 games for his country; there is no sign of the striker slowing down, for he has hit five goals in three competitive appearances for Bayern Munich already this season.
Thanks in no small part to Lewandowski's prowess in front of goal, Poland have enjoyed a near-perfect qualification campaign thus far, having dropped just two points from their first six Group E games and Nawalka's side look to be good value at 21/10 (3.10) with dabblebet to claim victory in Copenhagen.
Denmark are six points adrift of Poland and are, in likelihood, set for a battle with Montenegro for a possible play-off place, although victory here could breathe fresh life into their chances of pipping the Poles to top spot in the section. There is 13/10 (2.30) that the Danes bag a vital victory and 12/5 (3.40) that the match ends all square.
With Lewandowski in fine form, the 11/4 (3.75) quote on offer for Poland to lead at half time could well prove popular with punters, while there is even money (2.0) that there are at least three goals scored when these two teams meet.
If the previous meeting between these nations is anything to go by, the crowd in Copenhagen could be treated to a thrilling tie. dabblebet offer 12/5 (3.40) that there are more than three goals scored in the game, with a tempting 7/2 (4.50) that both teams strike before the break.
Poland, though, look peerless in Group E and the juicy 21/10 (3.10) quote for Nawalka's men to take another huge step towards qualification for next summer's showpiece in Russia with a win here could offer good value for punters.