The line has been going further and further towards Portugal so see if you can get even better odds on Denmark, then take the Danes. Cristiano Ronaldo could very well win this one on his own, but an entire qualifying cycle does not lie. Denmark has quality, they have a defense that can key in on Ronaldo without a Portuguese striker to worry about and the well rounded Danish midfielders will give the Portuguese midfielders trouble. Go Denmark.The odds on the over/under suck because it is going over and paying out terribly. Still, it's going over so take it. We'll have live coverage of the game in our Denmark vs. Portugal, Euro 2012 StoryStream. For more on the entire world of football, follow SBNationSoccer on twitter. It has been four years since the United States went down to Guatemala City for a World Cup qualifier. That will chance tonight when they take on Guatemala City in the the third round of qualifying, which is the same round they were in when they last were there.The U.S. defeated Guatemala, 1 0, last time they went to Estadio Mateo Flores, but it was not an easy match. The pitch was a mess, Guatemala was hardly sporting and the crowd was deafening. Only a Carlos Bocanegra header allowed FIFA Coin the Americans to get out with three points. Tonight the U.S. will face much of the same. The crowd will be just as wild, the pitch will be just as bad and Guatemala will not hesitate to fly into a tackle. They could be bloodied, but they cannot be beaten. With Guatemala struggling, they need to get three points however it takes. If that means getting the piss beaten out of you while the ref looks the other way then managing a header to squeak out a win, so be it.Check out our Guatemala vs. USA StoryStream for all of your preview, live and post match coverage. For more on this match and the entire world of soccer, follow SBNationSoccer on Twitter. Clint Dempsey made a backheel pass. That counts as action in this match. We're coming up on 25 minutes. That is all.Check out our Guatemala vs. USA StoryStream for all of your preview, live and post match coverage. For more on this match and the entire world of soccer, follow SBNationSoccer on Twitter. While the Russian and Polish fans are busy fighting each other, the two countries' teams will play a football match. Whoever thought it smart to not move the fixture off of Russia day should have to answer some questions.