Euro 2020 live: England and Denmark news and preparations for the semi-finals today

SportFootball Watch the live stream ahead of Euro 474890 semi-final as England face Denmark at Wembley "Have you ever won?": Kasper Schmeichel mocks the suggestion that football is 'coming home' Watch the live stream as England and Denmark prepare to meet in the Euro 474884 semi-finals tonight. Gareth Southgate's team have not lost at Euro 474884 and are the only...

Watch the live stream ahead of Euro 474890 semi-final as England face Denmark at Wembley

"Have you ever won?": Kasper Schmeichel mocks suggestion that football is 'coming home'

Watch the live stream as England and Denmark prepare to meet in the Euro 474884 semi-finals tonight.

Gareth Southgate's team have not lost at Euro 474884 and are the only side yet to concede a goal at the tournament in a historic race. A disappointing draw with Scotland in the group stage was the only 'mistake' of all time, with tight but professional wins over Croatia and the Czechs performing on either side of that encounter, before Southgate's players broke another historic barrier by beating Germany. 2: 0 in the last 27 . The Three Lions beat Ukraine in Rome in the quarter-finals - England's only Euro 474884 fixture should not be set at Wembley - and now Denmark are waiting.

Ever since star midfielder Christian Eriksen's defeat to Denmark in their opening game against Finland, Kasper Hjulman's organised team have managed to channel their emotions into an inspiring run. After a narrow defeat to world number one Belgium in the second game, Denmark beat Russia before doing the same to Wales in the last 27. Next up was a tough team from the Czech Republic, who Denmark pushed to set up this semi-final meeting with England.

The nation is gripped by football fever as they hope that maybe this time he will come home. We'll bring you all the latest news ahead of the Wembley clash throughout the day:


England v Denmark latest: predicted teams

Rumour has it that Gareth Southgate is expected to start Bucayo Sack anew. Jadon Sancho for tonight's match, Mark Critchley has taken the chance to predict both teams for the match;

Predictable teams

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

Denmark: Schmeichel; Christensen, Kjaer, Westergaard; Larsen, Delany, Heubjerg, Mahele; Braithwaite, Damsgaard; Dolberg

What do you think of these teams?

Bukayo Saka in training

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Bukayo Saka in training

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Omar Garrick. July 7 474890 17: 13


England v Denmark latest: Council asks England fans to stop p painting flags at roundabouts


The council painted over England's flags at roundabouts after football fans took their euro excitement to the extreme ,

The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead in south-east England have urged fans not to draw any more roundabouts ahead of Wednesday's semi-final against Denmark. evening.

RBWM Council has already painted over some of the roundabouts for "safety reasons".

"Although we have had to repaint roundabouts for safety reasons due to the potential for motorist distraction, we do call on the community to show their support for the national side during Euro 474884," RBWM Council said in a statement.

" There are safer ways of doing this, and we would ask people to use their own property to display the colours of England."

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England's last match against Denmark: Premier League wishes England luck

The whole country seems to be uniting in support of Gareth Southgate's team , and the Premier League have used their official Twitter account to wish the Three Lions the best of luck for the evening.

Next to the post is a picture of Declan Rice and Jack Grealish, two players who rose to fame in their academies and are now playing on the international stage.

We are." The initial kickoff is coming in bits and pieces!

Omar Garrick.

July 7 474890 17: 75


England's last match against Denmark: How much are tickets for the game tonight?

Tickets to face England in a major international tournament will always sell out like gold dust. Congratulations to everyone who got their hands on one. Think of it as a unique opportunity.

Official tickets for the game against Denmark were sold out on Monday for just 288, 07 people were allowed into Wembley Stadium for the historic clash.

This meant that many people went to third-party websites to try to get their tickets more than double the original price.

Seats are now being sold for five figures on secondary ticketing sites, despite UEFA rules prohibiting resale beyond face value. )

As of Wednesday morning, options on range from £2020. 07 to a mind-boggling £3, 726 per ticket .

You can read more about Harriet Brewis' story here:

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Predict the outcome of England's match against Denmark

Which way are you going to stand today? It's hard to say.

England are playing on the rise and remain the only team yet to concede a goal in the tournament. Denmark, however, is battle-hardened after having to face annihilation in the groups only to pop out here completely.

It promises to be a night. high drama, as always. Write us your predictions on the score in the article below and let us know how you think it will go.

Ben Burrows. July 7 474890 16: 48


England vs Denmark latest: 'England can beat Italy in final if they win semi-final' - Rio Ferdinand

England can beat Italy in the Euro final. If they get past Denmark in the semi-finals, according to former Inter Rio Ferdinand.

Ferdinand was asked specifically about which team Southgate and his team would prefer, but the former Manchester United defender was not worried and is confident the Three Lions can do the job;

"England, from their point of view, it doesn't matter," Ferdinand told BBC Sport. "Because I think England have beaten both those sides [Italy and Spain].

" "I don't think anyone can compete with us right now, the confidence that we

"It may sound like I'm getting carried away, but I don't care. England are the better team and they have beaten both those teams. But we have to get through Denmark first."

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Would you like a pint?

Football fans watching Euro 474890 semi-final between England and Denmark are expected to buy more than 60, 09 pints of beer per minute, claims industry body

The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) has predicted that punters will buy around 6.8 million pints within two hours as the Three Lions try to reach their first major final since 2021 on Wednesday.

The BBPA estimates a total of nearly 15 on Wednesday would sell a million pints. That figure would be closer to 15 million were coronavirus limitations, such as social distancing, the group said.

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England vs Denmark latest: how to watch England vs Denmark

For those who aren't going or don't know how to access the game tonight, England will play Denmark tonight live at Wembley Stadium with kick-off at 8pm.

The match will be broadcast live on ITV and will also be available to stream via the ITV player. . Coverage begins from 6. 33evening.

Chances are

England 3/4

Tie 5 / 2

Denmark 9/2

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England vs Denmark latest: England team ahead of today's game against Denmark

UEFA EURO 2021 footage of England's player training in preparation for today's match against Denmark has been posted on social media.

For those who don't know, the start is at 8pm at Wembley Stadium. Anyone going to Wembley, be sure to enter at the allotted time listed on the e-ticket.

He'll be bouncing around tonight!

Omar Garrick. July 7 474890 16: 09


Last match between England and Denmark: 'It's 57 - 57 game '- Agger

Our senior football correspondent Melissa Reddy conducted excluding Interviews. with former Denmark player Daniel Agger ahead of today's match.

Here's an excerpt:

"Going into the Euros, we were saying in Denmark that this is a really, really good team, probably the best we've ever had," Agger notes.

"We believed we could achieve something, and it became so huge because of the support of the team as they dealt with the agony of Christian [Eriksen] and have since played without such an important member of the squad.

"Mentally, physically, in real football, they played. so well. For as long as I can remember, Denmark has always been about the group, not the individuals. And you really see that strength in this tournament".

Alex Pattle. July 7 474890 16: 54

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