Sports Calendar: Danish ladies face key Euro ties

Since the men’s national football team were unable to qualify for Euro 2016 in France, it’s left to the ladies to show them how it’s done.

They will strive to do so this week with two home matches against Slovakia and Poland on June 2 and 7, with both matches kicking off at 19:00 at the Energi Viborg Stadium in Viborg.

Well placed to qualify
Sweden tops Denmark’s Group 4 and looks set to win it easily, but the red and whites could qualify as one of the best six runners-up.

The Danes are third with seven points from four games, two points behind Slovakia with two games in hand. Poland, fourth, with seven points, have played a game more.


FOOTBALL: EURO 2017 (w)
Thu June 2, 19:00
Denmark vs Slovakia
Viborg Stadion


Cricket: Division 1 (m)

Sat June 4, 11:00
Svanholm vs Skanderborg
Brøndby Stadion


Cycling race (m/w)

Sun June 5, 10:00
Meny VM Stafetten
Geels Bakke, Holte


US Football:
Danish League (m)
Sun June 5, 14:00
Herlev Rebels vs
Horsens Stallions
Hjortespringskolen, Herlev

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