Denmark coach Morten Olsen insists they will not take any risk with Liverpool defender Daniel Agger's fitness.
Agger has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a knee injury he picked up in last weekend's defeat at West Brom.
The problem is likely to sideline the central defender for up to two months and Olsen says he will not pick Agger for the Euro 2012 qualifier with Iceland on 6th June.
"He is out. Daniel can't go around aiming for a game two months away," Olsen told Ekstra Bladet.
"He will have to aim at getting ready for Liverpool's summer training and hopefully he will be perfectly fit for the opening of next season's Premiership.
"He will have to prepare himself and hopefully this will result in that he is ready for the important games we will be playing this autumn."
Meanwhile, Liverpool have announced they are to play a pre-season friendly against Valerenga in Norway this summer.
The two clubs enjoy close links with each other and Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre is delighted to make another return to Norway for a pre-season game.
"It almost seems like that you support an English team more than your local club and that the fan base in Norway is enormous," Ayre told VG.
"This is a special place for us and we wish to show respect for our Norwegian fans."