Key midfielder Niki Zimling remains
an injury doubt ahead of Denmark's opening Euro 2012 game
against Netherlands in Kharkiv on Saturday, although scans
revealed he had not suffered a broken toe.
Zimling was taken to hospital after limping out of Friday's
training session but the sports website of Danish newspaper
Berlingske Tidende reported on Saturday that a
scan revealed no fracture.
The midfielder is expected to play a key role against Dutch
enforcers Mark van Bommel and Nigel de Jong in their Group B
The Danish Football Association was tight-lipped on
Saturday, saying: "We do not provide news on a matchday".
Should Zimling be ruled out, he will most likely be replaced
by Jakob Poulsen.
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