Christian Sørensen

Sørensen: We're well prepared for Hvidovre

F.C. Copenhagen full-back Christian Sørensen is looking forward to another Friday night match when the Lions take on Hvidovre this evening.

FCK beat OB in Parken last Friday and are scheduled to face Hvidovre at 7pm this evening.

Jacob Neestrup's side carries a 100 percent domestic record into the contest, and Sørensen says the players want nothing less than three points.

"We have to make sure, just as we often do, that the game plays out on our terms. We have to make sure that we have the ball most of the time and we get to use it properly," says Sørensen.

"We must also show Hvidovre the necessary respect, and if we do that, as well as hitting our level, we should win and take three points home.

"We have to push hard because we have so many good offensive players and we're in a good rhythm."

'Put Prague behind us'
The Lions currently sit second in the Danish Superliga, level on points with FC Nordsjælland with four victories apiece. Tuesday saw the team progress to the UEFA Champions League playoff stage following a shootout victory at Sparta Prague.

And Sørensen has eyes on a fifth Superliga win on the bounce.

"We have put the Prague match behind us, but we can take the energy and the good experience with us to an exciting match against Hvidovre, where fortunately we don't have to travel that far," says the defender.

"We will make sure to recover and there is no doubt that we will be tactically prepared by our coaching team to go for a fifth Superliga victory in a row.

"Hvidovre were deservedly promoted to the Superliga and perhaps they haven't yet got the points they hoped for or deserved. But I think that, despite several injuries, they have done well in games, most recently at Viborg. So, overall, I think they contribute a lot to the Superliga.

"There are two exciting and really important Champions League playoff games coming up in the next few weeks, but as always we will take it one game at a time. We cannot allow ourselves to think too far ahead, because there are no easy games in the Superliga. We have to keep the focus on ourselves and on being as well prepared as possible for the next game."