A full house awaits the Austrian national football team tomorrow in Copenhagen against Denmark. Car parks in Copenhagen have long been sold out with 35,000 spectators.
FB goalkeeper Daniel Bachmann is looking forward to the task. “It will not be easy, no other team in the entire World Cup qualifiers comes close to this perfect stat for the Danes. This is impressive. However, we will play for victory. Denmark also does not have the big stars in the team, but it has an exciting group.”
Bachmann has not played for Watford in the Premier League recently due to injury but firmly believes he will be number one again after the international break. “I wasn’t able to train again until Thursday, so the match against Alfrere was doubly important. I expect to play in goal again at Watford next week.” New Watford boss Claudio Ranieri should see it this way. “I had no contact with him, he must be busy enough. He is a legend in England after the league title with Leicester. At that time, Leicester were also in a relegation battle the year before. Even if I didn’t think we are now either about to play for the title.” Tomorrow’s Bachmann counterpart will be Kasper Schmeichel, who previously became a professor at Leicester with Ranieri. Bachmann: “We know each other very well, I’ll talk to him about it.”
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