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Denmark to play Tunisia in tune-up

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COPENHAGEN, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Denmark will play Tunisia in a World Cup warm-up friendly on May 26, the Danish soccer association said on Thursday.

The game will take place at the Danish training camp in Wakayama in Japan.

"It was important for us to have a game in the authentic climate conditions," Denmark coach Morten Olsen said.

Denmark are drawn with holders France, Uruguay and Senegal in the group phase of the World Cup this summer.

Tunisia are drawn with co-hosts Japan, Russia and Belgium.

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