Denmark made their final preparations at a training session on Saturday (June 16th), ahead of their last Group B game against Germany in Lviv on Saturday (16th June).
Coach Morten Olsen has never been beaten by Germany, but insists that means nothing heading into the final round of Group B matches.
After stunning the Netherlands 1-0 in their opening game, some of Denmark's good work was undone with a 3-2 defeat to Portugal in their second Group B game.
Now comes the final test - against the might of Germany - with either an early exit from the tournament or a place in the quarter-finals at stake.
Coach Morten Olsen has never been beaten by Germany - a record not many international coaches can boast - with his side unbeaten in their last three encounters against their neighbours.
However Olsen insists that record means nothing.
SOUNDBITE: (English), Morten Olsen (on his unbeaten record against Germany):
"You can't use that. I hope we are not beaten after the game tomorrow but we can't use that. It was against other teams, we are another team. The competition for the moment is about the form of the day - and the rest, if I have not lost against Germany, it's not a question, it's not important."
It's been 20 years since Denmark stunned the football world by going all the way at Euro '92 - if they can negotiate a way past Germany, dreams of 'Danish Dynamite' making a real impact at the championship will abound once more.