22.08.2007 at 19:00 - Parken Stadion, Aarhus
Republic of Ireland face Denmark in their first match of the new season, live on Sky Sports 2.
Steve Staunton's side are using the friendly in Denmark as a warm-up for next month's crucial Euro 2008 qualifiers with Slovakia and Czech Republic.
Robbie Keane is expected to captain the Irish as he goes in search of his 30th international goal in Aarhus.
Staunton's options have been hit by a number of withdrawals from his original squad with the likes of Paul McShane, Stephen Ireland, Jonathan Douglas and Stephen Elliott all being forced to pull out.
Manchester United youngster Darron Gibson could be involved after being promoted from the Under-21
The 19-year-old is currently at the centre of a dispute between Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland and Staunton could give the young midfielder a run-out.
Newcastle pair Shay Given and Damien Duff are both missing through injury, but Stephen Carr could return after almost a year out of international action.
Stephen Hunt is set to take Duff's place wide on the left, while Colin Doyle, Wayne Henderson and Nick Colgan are all battling it out to replace Given in goal.
Richard Dunne is expected to start after recovering from an eye injury and Kevin Kilbane is in line to win his 81st cap.
Denmark are without first-choice goalkeeper Thomas Sorensen as he recovers from a hamstring injury.
Werder Bremen defender Leon Andreasen is also sidelined for Morten Olsen's men with a slight knock.
Premier League-based trio Daniel Agger, Martin Laursen and Nicklas Bendtner are all expected to feature for the home side.