Portugal came away from the defeat to Germany injury free, which will be of little consolation to Paulo Bento, though the manager may name an unchanged side.
Nani came through the entire 90 minutes and despite tiring towards the end of the match, should be fit to do the same come Wednesday.
Nelson Oliveira will hope to start ahead of the ineffective Postiga up front, with Almeida also in reserve.
Despite an outstanding result against the Netherlands, Denmark may feel that they still need to secure at least a draw in this match, with Germany to play in the last round of fixtures.
Portugal will feel that they must win this game if they have any chance of progressing to the quarter-finals, so they are likely to be the more attacking of the two sides, with the Danes happy to soak up the pressure and try and hold out for another clean sheet.
Cristiano Ronaldo may be able have more of an influence against a weaker full-back in Lars Jacobsen and could be the key to victory for Portugal, which would make this group extremely interesting going into the final round of fixtures.
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