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Denmark hearing tomorrow

The case of the abandoned qualifier between Denmark and Sweden will be heard tomorrow.

UEFA's Control and Disciplinary Body will deal tomorrow with the case relating to last Saturday's abandoned UEFA EURO 2008™ qualifying match between Denmark and Sweden in Copenhagen.

Abandoned by referee
German referee Herbert Fandel abandoned the Group F qualifier in the closing stages with the scores level at 3-3. He had awarded a penalty to Sweden and given a red card to Denmark's Christian Poulsen when a spectator came on to the pitch and allegedly assaulted him. UEFA confirmed on Tuesday it had received the referee and delegate's reports and is investigating the incident. Two goals from Johan Elmander and another from Petter Hansson had put Sweden 3-0 up, only for Daniel Agger, Jon Dahl Tomasson and Leon Andreasen to draw the home team level.