Germany Women will face Danish women in their first Euro 2022 match at Brentford Community Stadium on Friday.

Lars Sondergaard's team is looking to do better than they did in the 2017 tournament

Germany looking to win the European Championship for the ninth time in a row.

Germany were six consecutive European champions when they entered Euro 2017

Germany will enter the tournament as one of the biggest champions to lift the trophy on July 31.

Die Nationalelf must negotiate with a tough team that includes Spain, Denmark and Finland.

Although, their recent match led to a comfortable 7-0 victory over Switzerland, which included a Klara Buhl hat-trick.

Denmark is looking to win its first major trophy after coming close to lifting the trophy at Euro 2017.

Germany played one game in June in preparation for Euro 2022, Denmark participated in three warm-up matches

Austria and Brazil both lost 2-1 before Denmark lost 2-1 to Norway in their last friendly match

German w: Frohms; Gwinn, Hendrich, Hegering, Rauch; Oberdorf, Dabritz; Huth, Magull, Buhl; Schuller

Danish w: Christensen; Boye, Ballisager Pedersen, Veje; Thrige, Troelsgaard, Junge Pedersen, Svava; Harder, Larsen, Bruun

We say: German women 2-1 Danish women Both teams have top-class players, and as the sides are very close we think Friday