Germany star Mesut Ozil has expects Denmark to take a defensive approach to Sunday's crunch match between the two teams.
Denmark head into their last group match tied on points with Portugal, following Wednesday's 3-2 defeat against the Seleccao, knowing that a draw will confirm their qualification to the quarter-finals.
And Ozil believes that the Danes prove a stern test as Germany look to settle their own fate in the tournament.
"It will be a difficult game but if we play to our potential we can beat them as well," he told DFB.de.
"It was apparent that the Dutch and Portugese wanted to take me out of the game, but I am happy with my performances so far. I know I can do better and will prove it in the next game.
"Portugal were very defensive; they defended with eight, nine men at times and Denmark will set up similarly.
"That can be difficult for us but we have the potential and ability to break through that like we showed in the last two games."
The Real Madrid ace then offered his backing to compatriot Mario Gomez, who came under fire before the start of Euro 2012, before notching three goals in two games at the tournament.
"I can relate to that," Ozil added. "At Real, Madrid the pressure is great, no matter how you play.
"I cannot understand the criticism of Mario. He is always motivated, always wants to help the team and showed against Netherlands what he can do."
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