The national team was forced to field a severely weakened lineup for the friendly against Slovakia. (AP Photo/Ronald Zak)
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Denmark will have their top players available again for the UEFA Nations League game against Wales Sunday after a temporary agreement was reached between the country's football association and its players' union following a contract dispute. The national team was forced to field a severely weakened lineup containing some futsal players for the friendly against Slovakia Wednesday after the collapse of negotiations over a new collective bargaining agreement regarding commercial rights. Denmark announced their 23-man squad Friday, featuring the same players selected in the original group last week.
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