Croatia would host first-place Denmark as the Blazers would aim to leapfrog the Danish team in Zagreb.
Denmark would be out to see off competition from Croatia in a bid to remain on top of the log till the last day of the group games.
The Blazers is FIFA ranked number 15 team and would aim to build on their positive head-to-head record against Denmark, Croatia has won four, drew one and lost one against Denmark.
Though Croatia is vulnerable at home, they have gone on a winless streak in their last four home games in the Uefa Nations League having drawn one and lost three.
The visitors continue to show why they are on the number 10 spot on the FIFA ranking, they have an impressive record of 10 wins in their 13 games and lost three since the Euro 2020.
They need a win and advance to the playoffs stage and have a game to spare against France who is far from being impressive in this campaign.
The Red and Whites’ rise to prominence has seen them become a serious threat on the road, having lost only four of their last 22 matches on foreign soil with 12 wins and six draws