ENGLAND will look to make history tonight as they take on Denmark in the semi-finals of Euro 2020 at Wembley, where they’ll be hoping to reach their first major tournament final since 1966.
The Three Lions haven’t conceded a single goal so far all tournament and smashed Ukraine 4-0 in the quarters, but the Danes have also been imperious since losing their first two games of the competition themselves.
- Start time: 8pm GMT
- TV/Live stream: ITV 1/ITV Hub
- England XI: To follow
- Denmark XI: To follow
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Harry Maguire scored the second in England’s 4-0 win against Ukraine[/caption]
What time does England vs Denmark kick-off?
- England’s massive clash with Denmark will get underway from 8pm UK time on Wednesday, July 7.
- The game will take place at Wembley Stadium in London.
- There will be 60,000 spectators in attendance at the match.
What channel is it and can it be live streamed?
- England’s semi-final with Denmark will be shown live on ITV 1.
- Coverage of the game will get underway from 7pm UK time.
- You can live stream the clash from the ITV Hub, which is available for download onto your mobile, tablet device or Smart TV.
Can I watch for FREE?
- Yes, the game is available for FREE on ITV 1.
- You can also catch the action on the ITV Hub.
Gareth Southgate has tinkered his England XI all tournament so far and he’s likely to do so again for their clash with Denmark.
Bukayo Saka played no part of the Ukraine win because of an injury but could come in to replace Jadon Sancho, having impressed Southgate in games against Germany and Czech Republic.
England don’t have to worry about any yellow card suspensions, which means Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips are set to continue in midfield.
Southgate will also have to decide whether to switch to a back 5 to match Denmark’s formation.
The Danes are likely to stick with Kasper Dolberg in attack, while Daniel Wass could start on the right.
Yussuf Poulsen only made the bench against Czech Republic and will likely see his run out of the side continue.