CRAIG LEVEIN needs a win to boost morale before next month’s Euro 2012 double header.

However, the Scotland boss faces a meeting with bogey side Denmark at Hampden on Wednesday.

The Scots have crashed to five defeats in a row against the Danes without scoring – but things are looking up under Levein.

And this time I reckon the Scots will at least pick up a draw.

Levein has named a strong team with Kenny Miller as usual playing the lone striker role.

Miller netted on his Cardiff debut on Sunday and his confidence is high. He’s the best bet for first goal at 6-1 with the likes of bodog, William Hill and Ladbrokes.

His Rangers team-mate Steven Naismith is 15-2 at William Hill while Arsenal striker Niklas Bendtner is 13-2 at Skybet.

For a bigger price consider Liverpool new boy Charlie Adam at 11-1 with Paddy Power or James Morrison at 20-1 with Ladbrokes.

To win Scotland are a biggest 2-1 at Chandler with the Danes 8-5 with totesport and Betfred and the draw 23-10 with Skybet.

Ten of the 12 meetings between the sides have gone under three goals so take a chance on under 2.5 at 4-6 with bet365.

It’s likely to be a slow start and I like William Hill’s 6-5 on first goal coming after 31 minutes.

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  • Miller to score (2-1, Paddy Power, Coral)
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