Josh Kennedy popped up with a much needed goal in the second half which gave Australia their second win in a row with one lead up game to come.
Denmark were missing two key players in Sorensen and Bendner however Australia two were missing Kewell and Emerton.
Australia looked like they had improved considerably after their last outing and now are set for a tough 10 days before the Cup gets under way.
The media hype is building in the UK as the England press get to work on building England hopes for the World Cup.
England have won their two warm up matches so far but have to cull 7 players as they only take 23 to South Africa.
Capello has said he is not looking forward to making the calls as they are the hardest phone calls of his life.
However he has narrowed the team down on deadline day and no real surprises have surfaced.
He has left out Parker, Bent, Walcott, Huddleston, Baines, Johnson and Dawson.
Meanwhile New Zealand have started their European warm up matches with a shock win against Serbia in Austria.
Smelts (who this year played for the Gold Coast in the Australian A-League) was the star with a great finish to give the Kiwis a 1-0 win.
There was crowd trouble as Serbia was not happy with their stars and Captain Vidic had to go over with a microphone to calm down the disgruntled supporters.
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