- Kasper Schmeichel's Denmark secured qualification for UEFA EURO 2020
- Denmark drew 1-1 with Republic of Ireland at the Aviva Stadium
- Leicester City's No.1 earned his 53rd international cap
CD Leganés forward Martin Braithwaite gave the Danes a 73rd-minute lead in Dublin before Wolverhampton Wanderers full-back Matt Doherty restored parity 12 minutes later.
A 1-1 draw at the Aviva Stadium was enough for Denmark to finish second in Group D and qualify for next summer's tournament, along with group winners Switzerland.
Kasper Schmeichel celebrates with Denmark team-mate Kasper Dolberg at full-time.
James Justin could play for England Under-21s against the Netherlands (7:45pm kick-off), while goalkeeper Viktor Johansson's Sweden Under-21s side take on Northern Ireland (8pm kick-off).
Teenage left-back Luke Thomas, on the other hand, may also be in action for England Under-19s when they take on Bosnia & Herzegovina (12pm kick-off).
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