Denmark return to Euro action later on Thursday for the first time since Christian Eriksen's collapse and their controversial 1-0 defeat by Finland.
Denmark host Group B favourites Belgium and say they are ready to play for their stricken team-mate, who is recovering from a cardiac arrest.
They resumed the Finland game a couple of hours after his collapse but were clearly distracted.
Kevin De Bruyne could feature for Belgium after missing the opening 3-0 win over Russia because of facial fractures.
Belgium will qualify for the last 16 with victory while a Danish win would see all four teams on three points, after Russia beat Finland on Wednesday.
Belgium's Romelu Lukaku (L) and Kevin De Bruyne in a training session. Photo: Dirk Waem/dpa.
The Netherlands will also be looking to advance with a second Group C win when they host Austria, who could also progress with their own victory in Amsterdam having beaten North Macedonia first up.
Ukraine, who lost 3-2 to the Dutch in their opener, face North Macedonia in Bucharest.