Thomas Sørensen: Replaced an out-of-form Asmir Begović but failed to cement a permanent gig after looking just as shaky. Sørensen’s best moment this season was saving Massimo Luongo’s penalty.
Lars Jacobsen: Serviceable right-back. I’ve never rated him but I didn’t think Giourkas Seitaridis was anything special—who certainly proved me wrong at Euro 2004.
Simon Kjær: You can throw in Thomas Vermaelen and Sergio Ramos but there’s no doubt in my mind that Kjær is the worst-performing centre-back playing at a high-profiled club this season.
Daniel Agger: If he isn’t fit, Andreas Bjelland could start.
Simon Poulsen: He’s the safe pick because he plays regular football for AZ. Starting Nicolai Boilesen would be a bold choice. Michael Silberbauer is another viable option but it’s so clear that he doesn’t play left-back.
Dennis Rommedahl: Will need to consistently produce incisive passes.
William Kvist: Mr. Reliable and so underrated. He’s one of the best tacklers in world football yet the large majority of people outside Denmark and Germany don't know his name.
Christian Poulsen: He does a job in midfield and knows his role inside-out. Niki Zimling is also in contention to start.
Michael Krohn-Dehli: He’s an okay player but nothing worthy of note.
Christian Eriksen: World-class potential and a joy to watch.
Nicklas Bendtner: Euro 2012 could be the platform for him to prove the critics wrong.
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