England and Denmark fight for a place in the Euro 2020 final – Live | Euro2020 news


Live updates from Wembley Stadium, where England and Denmark are stuck to get a place in the Euro 2020 final

  • England aim to reach the first Euro final
  • Denmark won the European Championship in 1992
  • England have yet to concede a goal in Euro 2020
  • Denmark lost the opening of two matches
  • Start: 19:00 GMT
  • The winners will face Italy in the final on Sunday


England make a change from the 4-0 win over Ukraine: Saka enters, Sancho goes down.

England: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Phillips, Rice, Mount; Saka, Kane, Sterling.

Name of Denmark unchanged XI.

Denmark: Adulation; Christensen, Kjaer, Vestergaard; Larsen, Hojbjerg, Delaney, Maehle; Damsgaard, Dolberg, Braithwaite.

What is in Denmark?

Well, an appearance in the final, something they haven’t achieved since they lifted the trophy in 1992.

Despite playing in more modest clubs across Europe, the Danes are not intimidated by England’s selection of famous names.

“I feel we have the qualities to play against everyone. As a team, I wouldn’t say they’re much better, ”said Dane Andreas Christensen.

Danish fans take to the streets of Copenhagen before the semi-final [Mads Claus Rasmussen/Ritzau Scanpix/AFP]

The log signals to Captain Kane

English captain Harry Kane needs a goal to equal Gary Lineker’s record.

It took him a while to get started in Euro 2020, but here he is.

The clean sheets of England

It is remarkable that so far England have not conceded a single goal in the tournament, that is, five net figures.

They didn’t start scoring too much either: two goals in all three group games. But he scored six in both playoffs, including one 2-0 in Germany… to the consternation of the ‘psychic’ elephant who predicted a German victory!

The elephant Yashoda, an oracle of elephants, predicts the victory of Germany. Yashoda had correctly predicted all of Germany’s group stage matches [Leon Kuegeler/Reuters]

Prediction time

With just under two hours to go, it’s now as good a time as any to get your predictions.

Will it be England? Is it Denmark?

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Road to the semifinals

Win Croatia 1-0
It tied 0-0 with Scotland
They beat the Czech Republic 1-0
Win 2-0 in Germany
Win Ukraine by 4-0

Lost 0-1 against Finland
Lost 1-2 against Belgium
They beat Russia 4-1
Beat Wales 4-0
They beat the Czech Republic 2-1

“Has football ever returned home?”

England’s anthem “Football comes home” – roared by Wembley fans after the German match – doesn’t feel right for everyone.

Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel made a blatant blow with the supposedly triumphant song and said: “Have you ever been home? I don’t know, have you ever won it? ”


Denmark will have to do what no team has done against England in Euro 2020 to reach the final of the tournament: scoring a goal.

The Danes bounced back from two defeats in their first matches of the tournament and will face England in the second semi-final at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, England have not lost a game or conceded a goal in Euro 2020 and will play at their national football stadium.

Read our preview of the second semifinal of Euro 2020.

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