England women would face their Danish counterparts as they make the final preparations for the forthcoming Euro 2017 in the Netherlands.
Denmark are amongst the top 15 women soccer nations in the world. Having qualified for the tournament as well, England want a final warm up against them.
Reports in England say the game would hold on July 1 at Copenhagen Gladsaxe Stadium. The head coach of England Mark Sampson says they would be a good challenge ahead of the tournament.
“Denmark are a team who will have genuine ambitions of going a long way in the summer, so it will be a good challenge for us,” the coach was quoted to have said.
The Euro 2017 training camp is set to open on June 5 for England women as they are keen on going as far as possible. They would play Switzerland on June 10.
Last month, they defeated Austria Women 3-0 in an international friendly game. Ellen White, Lucy Bronze and Isobel Christiansen were the goal scorers during the fixture at Stadium MK. It was their final home game before the tournament.
England women would play Scotland in Utrecht on July 19 before facing Spain in Breda on July 23 and then Portugal in Tilburg on July 27.