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European Championshiptime How are the nerves, everyone? We all alright?
It’s D-Day for the Three Lions as England take on Denmark under the arch at Wembley with a first major final for 55 long years up for grabs.
Gareth Southgate’s men have grown into the tournament and were imperious in their 4-0 demolition job of Ukraine in the quarter-final in Rome on Saturday.
A repeat performance should see them past an impressive, inspired Denmark side, who continued to be fuelled by their determination to win a second Euros crown for stricken star Christian Eriksen.
Bukayo Saka is set to be the only change to the England starting lineup from the win in Rome; Jadon Sancho is set to drop out.
The winners of tonight’s clash will face Italy in the final on Sunday, after Roberto Mancini’s men overcame Spain on penalties after a 1-1 draw on Tuesday night.
We’re fast approaching kickoff at Wembley, don’t miss a trick right here.
I have been canvassing opinion here in Sweden, and a surprising number of locals are supporting England today,” reveals Julian Menz. “Sweden/Denmark is a bit like England/Scotland (history, the odd minor border dispute etc), but I suspect the preference is down to Swedes being able to bet on English club results since the era of muddy pitches. Everyone here seems to follow an English club. Come on England!” Your theory seems dubious. In my experience, betting does not breed affection. I, at least, have eventually come to hate every team I’ve backed, they always let you down in the end. Don’t gamble, kids, buy comics instead!
Re: Denmark punching way above their population weight in footballing terms: Are Denmark the New Zealand of football?” asks Jesse Linklaer. “NZ are World Cricket and Rugby Champions, and they sail too – all while being the 126th largest nation by people counting in the world.” Hmm, I would say Uruguay are closer to being the NZ of football …. but also that there is no NZ of football, because relatively few countries play rugby or cricket so no comparison is sensible on those grounds.
Speaking of history, spose we should point out that England and Denmark have faced each other 21 teams in the past. England have won 12, there have been five draws, and Denmark have won four – including the most recent encounter, which was at Wembley and ended 1-0 to the visitors thanks to a penalty from, yes, Eriksen.
England face Denmark now within touching distance of playing in their first major tournament final since 1966. The Three Lions won’t have many better chances than this. They have the benefit of playing in a tournament hosted in their own backyard in front of a largely partisan crowd. Still, they will face quite a challenge to overcome a Danish side who have developed remarkable momentum after their tournament began in tragic circumstances.
Even without talismanic playmaker Christian Eriksen, who is thankfully recovering from the cardiac arrest he suffered on the field in the side’s first match, Denmark have established themselves as a dangerous attacking force but they will be facing by far the best defense in the competition so far with Jordan Pickford yet to concede a goal in five games.
Here’s how you can watch the match and what you need to know before it starts:
Date: Wednesday, July 7 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
Location: Wembley Stadium — London, United Kingdom
TV: ESPN | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
Odds: England -143; Draw +260; Denmark +460 (via William Hill sportsbook)
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The Three Lions will be looking to progress to their first major tournament final for 55 years as they take on Demark at Wembley Stadium this evening.
Gareth Southgate’s side ran out comfortable 4-0 winners of Ukraine in the quarter-final, while Denmark saw off England’s group stage opponents the Czech Republic.
The winner of tonight’s game will go on to play Italy in the final at Wembley on Sunday, after they beat Spain on Tuesday evening.
Liverpool and Everton players will hope to play a key role tonight, with Southgate having Jordan Pickford, Ben Godfrey, Dominic-Calvert-Lewin and Jordan Henderson at his disposal.
Join us as Theo Squires will be at Wembley this evening to give you a sense of the atmosphere at tonight’s game, as well as keep you up to date on how England get on against Denmark.