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France to pair Saha and Henry in warm-up game

CLAIREFONTAINE, France, May 30 (Reuters) - France coach Raymond Domenech will play Thierry Henry and Louis Saha in attack in the World Cup warm-up against Denmark in Lens on Wednesday.

Arsenal's Henry and Manchester United's Saha replace David Trezeguet and Djibril Cisse, who were disappointing in the 1-0 win over Mexico in Paris last Saturday.

Lilian Thuram and William Gallas are again paired in central defence.

Midfielder and captain Zinedine Zidane, who will retire after the World Cup, will win his 101st cap.

France play one last friendly against China in St Etienne on June 7 before starting their World Cup campaign against Switzerland in Stuttgart on June 13.

South Korea and Togo are their other opponents in Group G.

Team: 16-Fabien Barthez (Olympique Marseille), 19-Willy Sagnol (Bayern Munich), 15-Lilian Thuram (Juventus), 5-William Gallas (Chelsea), 3-Eric Abidal (Olympique Lyon), 4-Patrick Vieira (Juventus), 6-Claude Makelele (Chelsea), 7-Florent Malouda (Olympique Lyon), 10-Zinedine Zidane (Real Madrid), 12-Thierry Henry (Arsenal), 21-Louis Saha (Manchester United).