Denmark and Japan are going to take on each other in a very important Group E encounter tonight (24 June) at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg with both sides looking to clinch 3 points in their pursuit of progressing to the knock out stage of the World Cup 2010.
With Netherlands already through to the second round and Cameroon out of the tournament, the competition for the second place in the group is now up for grab only for Denmark and Japan.
Though they are level on points,
It is pretty much clear that the winning side of the match would accompany
It is very hard to make any prediction when two same quality sides face each other with same level of intensity and determination. Considering all the aspects, it seems the match could end up in a draw and