Few teams would swap places with Denmark who have to take on the Netherlands, Germany and Portugal at Euro 2012.
But having been crowned surprise European champions in 1992, the Danes know they are always capable of pulling off a shock.
Marten Olsen’s men open their campaign against the Netherlands on June 9 before facing Portugal, from whom they took four points in qualifying to top their group.
Germany may prove the hardest team to beat, but should the Danes be able to secure some points in the first two matches, they may not need to go all-out in the final group game on June 17 to progress.
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