Jacobson, Kjaer, Agger, Poulsen
Rommedahl, Eriksen, Krohn-Dehli
Danilo, T. Silva, David Luiz, Marcelo
Lucas Moura, Oscar
L. Damiao, Hulk
Denmark's Morten Olsen closed his squad for Euro 2012 with the inclusions of Nicklas Pedersen and Jores Okore, and the chosen 23 will first face the South American giants before hosting Australia in Copenhagen seven days later. Captain Daniel Agger missed the Danes' last match against Russia with a fractured rib, but the Liverpool man is back to full fitness and is expected to lead his side out in Hamburg on Saturday.
Brazil coach Mano Menezes has been plagued with injury doubts as he prepares for the London 2012 Olympics, as it was confirmed that Ganso would undergo minor knee surgery, which puts the Santos man out of the Selecao's warm-up matches. Dani Alves is another casualty and will be replaced on Saturday by Danilo, while Neymar's Libertadores commitments mean he misses the friendly, giving Hulk and Damiao the chance to start up front.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- Denmark's last international game ended in a 2-0 home defeat at the hands of Russia.
- Euro 2012 will mark the Danes' sixth appearance in the continental tournament out of the last seven, having failed to qualify in 2008 for the first time in 24 years.
- Four players in the Danish Euro squad feature for French fairytale outfit Evian. Stephan Andersen, Daniel Wass, Thomas Kahlenberg and Christian Poulsen all helped the side to ninth place in Ligue 1 after two successive promotions.
- Coach Morten Olsen (right) has been at the helm since 2000, directing in his fourth major tournament.
- Brazil, meanwhile, have been coached by no less than six trainers since Olsen took over at Saturday's rivals. Mano Menezes is the sixth man to sit on the bench in the last 12 years.
- The Selecao squad, with a view to the Olympics, does not contain a single player aged 30 or over. Botafogo keeper Jefferson is the veteran of the group at 28 and with four caps.
- Similarly, only five players in the squad - Thiago Silva, David Luiz, Lucas, Alexandre Pato and Neymar - have represented their country 10 times or more.
- The Olympic Games has never been won by a Brazilian team; silver-medal finishes in 1984 (Los Angeles) and 1988 (Seoul) remain the best performances.