Tune in at 2:45 PM ET as Denmark takes on Germany. Rob Sturney will be liveblogging for your enjoyment.
I'm Rob Sturney here with one of the last group stage games of Group B. It's tight and conceivably all four teams could qualify to go on to the quarters. The Netherlands need the most help, the Germans just need a draw.
We've got the third place Danes (3 points, 1 W, 1 L) versus the first place Germans (6 pts, 2 W). The Danes need a win or draw and the Portuguese to lose.
Lineups: Denmark: Anderson, Kjaer, Agger, Jacobsen, S. Poulsen; J. Poulsen, Kvist, Zimling, Krohn-Dehli, Ericksen; Bendtner
Germany: Neuer, Hummels, Badstuber, Lahm, Bender; Khedira, Schweinsteiger; Podolski, Ozil, Muller; Gomez
So Zimling is able to carry on in the tournament, but Rommedahl is out with an injury. I heard Mikkelsen was going to replace him, but it's Jakob Poulsen in the midfield instead.
For the Germans, Boateng is out after receiving his second card versus the Dutch. Bender will deputize at right back. Podolski, on his way to Arsenal, wins his 100th cap today.
Badstuber is the only German on a card. Both Poulsens, Jacobsen and Kvist all have cards on the Danish side.
I was rather hoping we'd see the green change kit of the Germans today, but I think they're wearing their white jersey, black shorts combination. The Danes sport red shirts and white sports.
At least we'll get to see the Dutch in their Halloween-y black kit with orange trim today.
Mario Gomez is the top scorer of Die Mannschaft in this tournament with three. The Rod-Hvide has Krohn-Dehli with one goal and Bendtner with a brace.
The winner of the group will play Greece on Friday in Gdansk. The runner up will face the Czechs Thursday in Warsaw.
Let's remember that Germany has won this tournament thrice - twice as West Germany in 1972 and 1980. They also triumphed in 1996.
The Danes won Euro in 1992 in a real surprise victory over the Germans. They came in late to the tournament after Yugoslavia was embroiled in war and thus taken out of the competition.
Anderson wears a blue-grey jersey with navy blue arms and shorts. Neuer sports a dark green uniform with yellow-green trim.
Here come the players onto the pitch for the national anthems.
A Greek coup!
The German anthem is first. Ozil prefers to hum it.
The Danes sing next.
What a tournament it has been! And we still have two weeks to go.
All right, time to get down to business. The Danes are in a 4-5-1 with Bendtner at the point of the spear. The Germans are also playing with a single striker and that man is Bayern Munich's Gomez. They are in more of a 4-2-3-1 with Schweinsteiger and Khedira the holding middies.
The white-shirted Germans will kick us off.
The Germans will attack from right to left in this half. Right to left.
1 min: The first German exhibition is repelled and the Danes can find no purchase going forward either.
2 min: Krohn-Dehli is offside as Simon Poulsen attempts to arc an ball over the German defense.
Down the other end Muller collects a Khedira cross from the left and bangs it over the net.
3 min: Once more Khedira crosses from the left, this time in the box almost at the byline, but he can't reach a German boot.
4 min: The Danes get thwarted at the centre line, but have the throw in. Hummels coughs up the ball but the Danes are turned back again.
Hang tough and we'll get you through it!
5 min: Simon Poulsen wins a corner form the far corner and Bendtner manages to head it towards net, but Neuer collects before it can be poked home.
OH! Muller nearly exploited a porous Danish defense but Anderson is equal to it!
It's most likely going to be the Germans, but who knows what the intrepid human spirit can conjure?
7 min: The Germans reverse play as their lanes close down and they are pressured. They try to spring something down the right flank. Jacobsen punts the ball away.
8 min: Badstuber sends a low lateral ball in but no one can latch onto it.
9 min: Bendtner has a pass pinched by Lahm who rushes downfield. Some tiki-taki results in nothing on the left side on the Danish end.
10 min: Ericksen acts as the hinge of the next Danish move. Kjaer is pressured into giving away the ball before anything definite can occur.
11 min: The Germans are attacking and counterattacking well so far.
Badstuder slips a ball inside for Khadira, who runs laterally at net but can't snap a shot off.
12 min: Podolski and Lahm look to create a seam on the left hand side. Ozil jigs inside, touches it off to Gomez who turns and shoots with his left. Up and over. Good set up and a nice attempt.
13 min: Denmark find their attacks disintegrating on top of the German box. Bendtner fires from FAR out. He might have had another touch as he was in plenty of space.
14 min: The Dutch are leading 1-0!