With just one victory out of the previous five games, Denmark, are set to host Mexico at the Brøndby Stadion in Brondby, seeking to improve their game ahead of the World Cup kick-off. Åge Hareide’s team have lost two consecutive matches this year, to Sweden and Jordan, before achieving their only win in 2018, against Panama; a quite modest record for a nation that has huge expectations from the biggest football party on the planet. As for Mexico, they’ve comfortably topped the CONCACAF qualifying group, but their game after the end of qualification process hasn’t been at the desired level. El Tri faced off seven European teams since securing their sixteenth World Cup appearance, and although they’ve won four out of those seven matches, Juan Carlos Osorio believes his players have to put much more effort if looking to leave a mark in Russia.
Only two times in history these two sides played against each other, with both of those encounters ending without a winner, as both coaches hopes for a positive outcome before making the trip to Russia.
Hareide can be happy to see the return of his best player, Christian Eriksen, who skipped the match against Sweden, while dos Santos brothers, as well as, Vela and the slightly-injured, Diego Reyes and Guardado, all arrived in Denmark with the rest of the squad.
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