Wales will be hoping to build on their excellent start to the UEFA Nations League when they travel to Aarhus to take on Denmark on Sunday.
Ryan Giggs’ men opened the competition with an emphatic 4-1 victory over the Republic of Ireland on Thursday, the manager’s first competitive match at the helm.
Having run out 1-0 winners on their last visit to this country 10 years ago, they are available at 47/20 (3.35) with SportPesa to take firm control of top spot in their group by coming out on top at Ceres Par.
Back to full strength after fielding a team of lower league players in Thursday’s 3-0 defeat to Slovakia due to a dispute between the FA and players’ union, the Rod-Hvide are even odds (2.00) favourites to get their campaign up and running with a victory here.
The hosts’ last three World Cup matches this summer all resulted in draws, and you can get odds of 14/5 (3.80) on them picking up where they left off with another stalemate in this one.
Giggs is unlikely to make any significant changes after his team’s excellent display in Cardiff, where youngsters such as Ethan Ampadu, Chris Mepham and Connor Roberts all shone alongside their more experienced team-mates.
With a temporary deal agreed between the FA and players following Thursday’s bizarre friendly in Slovakia, stars such as Christian Eriksen, Kasper Schmeichel and Simon Kjaer will all return to the field as part of a full strength home squad.
While Age Hareide and his first-team squad have agreed to take part in this clash, it is hard to see them performing to the bets of their potential considering the recent upheaval and shortage or preparation time.
In contrast, a young Dragons side will be feeling more confident than ever after their electric performance on Thursday, and will be keen to show what they can do in Aarhus.
With senior stars like Joe Allen, Aaron Ramsey and Gareth Bale all in top form, odds of 4/5 (1.80) seem generous on an exciting Welsh side at least avoiding defeat against the unsettled Danes.