BEN Davies insists Wales are eager to make a winning start to their Nations League campaign, but admits to being in the dark over which Denmark side they will face after tackling Ireland.

After starting his tenure as national team boss with three games on foreign soil, Ryan Giggs takes charge of Wales at home for the first time tomorrow night (kick-off 7.45pm).

Their group opener against Martin O’Neill’s Ireland is set to evoke memories of last October’s clash between the two countries which ended with Wales missing out on a World Cup play-off.

But Sunday’s encounter with the Danes in Aarhus has been attracting just as many, if not more, column inches over the last few days following a dispute involving Denmark’s senior players.

Stars like Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen and Leicester goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel have refused to sign a new agreement with the Danish Football Association (DBU) after a row over commercial rights.

And it emerged yesterday that Denmark could pick a side including futsal players for the visit of Wales.

“I haven’t really got much of a clue about what’s going on,” admitted Spurs defender Davies.

“I’ve heard they might not be fielding their full side so that can only be good for us.

“They’ve got some top players in that team and whatever they’ve got going on is their business.

“For us, whatever team Denmark put out we have to be ready and try and win the game.”

He added: “I was there when I was a kid but I don’t know too much about the league now.

“It’s a good, technical league and they play good football.

“Whoever plays against us we just have to be ready for.

“It’s a question (who will be in the team) we can’t really answer until we see the team sheet.

“At international level we’ve had tough games when we’ve played against Andorra, who are semi-pro, so whoever we come up against, if it’s a changed Denmark team, it’s irrelevant to us.

“We just have to be on the front foot and make sure we do our job.”

Speaking about the Nations League and the group Wales are in, Davies said: “It’s a new competition and one we want to get off to a winning start in.

“It’s a huge game (against Ireland) and in the last few years we’ve had a bit of previous with them, but this is one where we’re hopefully going to pick up three points.

“You just have to try and win your games and you’ll do well, that’s how we’re looking at it.

“It’s good that they’ve levelled out the playing field and given everybody a fair chance.

“If you look at us, Ireland and Denmark, it’s a tough group.

“We’re all at a similar level but hopefully we’ll be able to pick up a couple of wins.”