I've often heard how teams, with an extended break, can lose a bit of sharpness, and therefore I'd start the game with the strongest team available, so they can try and keep the winning momentum. Otherwise, it'll be over two weeks without playing for some of the players, which I'm not sure is the right thing to do.
Thomas has just effectively echoed exactly the above sentiments.
I was thinking that maybe Norgaard would get a breather or play in midfield and the back three be Goode Pinnock and Sorensen , but from his comments suspect Norgaard will play in back three again so he can continue to master that role and be as progressive as possible. Who plays alongside him more of a question mark.
in a similar vein then expect Toney and Forss to continue to establish a relationship up front.
Midfield three I would expect Ghoddos to get a start as Janelt Jensen and Fosu at this stage are very much bedded in as a trio , and we would gain more by getting Ghoddos up to speed so he can be a potential game changer from the bench come the play offs