- Kasper Schmeichel earns his 32nd cap for Denmark ahead of the FIFA World Cup
- The Leicester City goalkeeper kept a clean sheet in a 0-0 draw with Sweden
- Schmeichel's Denmark will come up against Peru, Australia and France in Russia
- Hamza Choudhury's England Under-21s are also in the Toulon Tournament semi-finals
- Riyad Mahrez starts and Islam Slimani comes off the bench in a defeat for Algeria
During his 32nd cap for the Danes, Schmeichel was rarely tested in a warm-up fixture for both sides ahead of their respective FIFA World Cup campaigns this summer.
The biggest chance of the game fell to Sweden's Isaac Kiese-Thelin in the latter moments, but the Anderlecht striker sent his shot over the bar.
Denmark open in Russia against Peru on Saturday 16 June before tacking Australia, on Thursday 21 June, and France, on Tuesday 16 June.
Hamza Choudhury, meanwhile, could continue to represent England U21s this month after their status as the best-placed second-placed side confirmed their spot in the Toulon Tournament semi-finals.
As a result of Scotland's 2-1 win against South Korea on Saturday, England's progression to the last-four was confirmed, keeping their hopes of lifting the trophy for the third successive year alive.
The Young Lions defeated Qatar 4-0 on Friday, with manager Aidy Boothroyd naming Choudhury among his substitutes.
Hamza Choudhury in action for the England Under-21s in Toulon.
Last week, the 20-year-old City Academy graduate made his international debut during a 1-0 success over China before also starting a 0-0 draw with Mexico on Tuesday.
Yohan Benalouane, on the other hand, was named in Tunisia's World Cup squad after being an unused substitute during a 2-2 with Turkey at Switzerland's Stade de Geneve on Friday night.
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