10. Sweden and Denmark have played each other 104 times, with the Swedes boasting the better record of W45 D24 L40. Sweden are 2.35 to win this fixture.
9. The winners of this play-off round qualify for Euro 2016. Denmark beat Sweden 1-0 in October 2009 to reach the 2010 World Cup and are 3.35 to win this first leg.
8. Sweden have claimed two 2-0 wins on the bounce and are 12.00 to repeat that scoreline.
7. Denmark have won their last four meetings with the Swedes without even conceding a goal. They are 5.10 to win with a clean sheet.
6. However, the Danes have not scored in their last three competitive games and are 2.48 not to score.
5. The last player to score a competitive goal for Denmark was Jakob Poulsen during their 2-0 home win over Serbia in June. Midtjylland midfielder Poulsen is 24.00 to score first.
4. Zlatan Ibrahimovic boasts 12 goals in 17 appearances for PSG and Sweden this season and netted twice against Toulouse last Saturday. The 34-year-old striker is 9.00 to bag another double.
3. Ibrahimovic has scored in each of his last three outings for his country to take his record tally for Sweden to 59. He is 4.60 to net the opener.
2. Denmark have scored first just once in their last 13 games. Sweden are 1.67 to bag the opener on Saturday.
1. Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner boasts four goals for the season but has netted just once in his last 11 appearances for club side Wolfsburg. Bendtner is 5.75 to score more goals than Ibrahimovic, who is 3.20 to outscore Bendtner.