Henrik Dalsgaard and Christian Norgaard have retained their spots in the Denmark squad ahead of a trio of matches next month.
Kasper Hjulmand's charges host Faroe Islands in a friendly next Wednesday at the MCH Arena, Herning, home of FC Midtjylland, kick-off 5pm UK time, before a pair of Nations League A2 matches.
The Danes head to Reykjavík to take on Iceland on Sunday 11 October, kick-off 7.45pm, before a game at Wembley against England 72 hours later.
Denmark opened their League A campaign with a 2-0 defeat at home to Belgium before a hard-fought goalless draw against The Three Lions in Copenhagen. Those results see them third in the group, a point better off than Iceland, and three behind England, approaching the half-way point.
Christian put in a man-of-the-match display on debut against England, as he added his first senior cap to 73 youth caps for his nation. Henrik didn't feature in either game earlier this month, keeping his tally of caps at 25.
The pair have played every minute in the Sky Bet Championship so far this campaign as we've taken four points from our opening three games. They also both started our Carabao Cup Second Round victory over Southampton which saw Christian net the opener at St Mary's. Christian was also heavily involved last Tuesday at West Bromwich Albion, coming off the bench to net the decisive penalty in the shootout and book our spot in the Last 16.