England will face Denmark in the EURO 2020 semi-finals at Wembley in front of 60,000 fans tonight - and it will be anything but a quiet night across the country when the men of Gareth Southgate dare to dream of it Finale in 2020 .
The Three Lions have waited 55 years to make a final, let alone win a grand trophy, and they have the nation's support to help them get out of the drought.
Harry Kane purred in shape at the right time, Raheem Sterling was one of the players of the tournament, while the defense has not yet conceded a goal Schedule Euro 2020 until now. No team has ever played five times to zero in their first five games at the European Championship.
Southgate has been preparing for this moment for a while and while Denmark may not be the team they were primarily focused on ahead of the tournament, they have been collecting a lot of data on it lately.
England played twice against Denmark in the Nations League last autumn. The first encounter ended in a draw while the second paved the way for the Danes. They triumphed 1-0 when Harry Maguire was sent off after half an hour.
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England versus Denmark takes place tonight. Wednesday 7th July 2021 .
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England - Denmark starts at 8 p.m. .
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England: Bukayo Saka missed Ukraine's quarter-finals after suffering a minor blow in training but should be available for Southgate here. Both Phillips and Declan Rice lost their yellow cards from earlier in the tournament, so there is no risk of them missing the final due to a suspension due to a harmless booking.
Southgate should stay at the top with Kane, with Jadon Sancho possibly starting again with Mason Mount and Sterling in a three-man band ahead of Phillips and Rice. The defense should remain the same.
Denmark: Kasper Hjulmand has done well with his 3-4-2-1 formation based on Joakim Mühle and Jens Stryger Larsen to bomb the wings up and down. The pair should start with Delaney and Hojbjerg anchoring the midfield.
Dolberg will likely keep his place ahead of Yussuf Poulsen, with Damsgaard and Martian Braithwaite behind. Simon Kjaer, Andreas Christensen and Jannik Vestergaard form the chain of three.
England have beaten Denmark 12 times in 21 games between the teams throughout history.
Their first encounter ended 0-0 in 1948 and it took Denmark nine tries to beat England for the first time (which they did in 1983).
The pair have drawn five games while Denmark have now recorded four wins against England, including three in their six games since 2003.
Results in the 21st Century.
06/15/02: Denmark 0-3 England (World Championship)
16.11.03: England 2-3 Denmark (Friendly)
17.08.05: Denmark 4-1 England (friendly)
02.09.11: Denmark 1-2 England (Friendly)
05.03.2014: England 1-0 Denmark (friendly)
08/09/20: Denmark 0-0 England (Nations League)
14.10.20: England 0-1 Denmark (National League)
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England's solidity in midfield and defense has earned them a well-deserved place in the semi-finals and they are certainly favorites in this duel. But Denmark has proven that with Dolberg at the top it can reduce the defense - and will attack with enthusiasm here.
The influence of Mühle and Stryger Larsen on the flanks cannot be overlooked. Shaw and Kyle Walker could have a long night ahead of them. England have to dominate midfield - Phillips and Rice against Hojbjerg and Delaney will be an interesting match.
Kane is likely to employ Kjaer and Christensen, which means England's best scoring opportunity will likely come from the more flexible Sterling, Mount or Sancho (assuming they all start). Denmark will have their chances but England should produce more within 90 minutes and that should count in the box. This can sometimes be end-to-end entertainment.
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