With Nicklas Bendtner apparently starting to lose his spark in recent years, Denmark looks to welcome a new talent for their attacking line up as young striker, Andreas Cornelius is being touted as the next big thing from the country.
Italy fulfilled their ambition in getting all three points against Denmark at home after securing a 3-1 victory on Tuesday.
One of Italy's main actor in that victory was midfielder, Riccardo Montolivo, who opened the scoring for the Azzurri.
Montolivo, Balotelli and De Rossi on target give Italy 3 more points for their campaign of Group B. This victory secures them the top spot despite only having 10 men on the pitch for more than 40 minutes.
Unlike Italy's previous World Cup qualifying game against Armenia last Friday, the Azzurri's tactician, Cesare Prandelli isn't prepared to name his starting eleven early as he doesn't want to give any advantage towards Denmark.
Italy's clash against Denmark in the 2014 World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday will also mark the return of Mario Balotelli to San Siro pitch, the ground where he used to play his football with Inter Milan before moving to Manchester City.
Denmark will be traveling to Milan on Tuesday for their upcoming World Cup qualifying game against Italy and the Dynamite team's head coach, Morten Olsen, warned his players about the threat that could come from the home team's forward, Mario Balotelli.
European World Cup 2014 qualifiers last Friday didn't only produce some interesting matches but also quality goals which are being rounded up into top 5 selection.
Several renowned figures got themselves up in that top 5 goals selection, such as Belgium's Kevin De Bruyne with his goal against Serbia, Denmark's Nicklas Bendtner who scored a nice header against Bulgaria and Croatia's Ivan Rakitic.
Italy and AC Milan star midfielder, Riccardo Montolivo, voiced out his agreement towards national team coach, Cesare Prandelli's opinion, stating that the criticism the Azzurri had after their win against Armenia was pretty harsh.
France and Italy are looking ahead to face crucial matches on their 2014 World Cup qualifiers on Tuesday. 1998 champions, France will be facing a stern test against World Cup holder, Spain, while Italy are preparing a tough battle with Denmark in Milan.