The Czech Republic Y Denmark They will face each other this Saturday for a place in the Euro 2020 semifinal. The winner of this exciting duel will have to do with the winner of England – Ukraine.
This will be the twelfth duel between the two teams, the third in a European Championship. The first time they met in the tournament was in the 2000 edition with a Czech victory (0-2) and the second and last time in the 2004 edition also with a victory for the Czechs (3-0).
When and what time is the Czech Republic – Denmark? The match will be played on Saturday, July 3, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in Spain (11:00 in Mexico and 1:00 p.m. in Chile and Argentina).
Where is the Czech Republic – Denmark? The match will be played at the Olympic Stadium in Baku, Azerbaijan, with a capacity to hold 68,700 spectators, although the capacity will be reduced due to the security measures adopted against the Coronavirus.
On which tv channel can I watch the Czech Republic – Denmark? In Spain it can be followed through Cuatro. In Mexico, in Sky HD. In Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela it is broadcast by DIRECTV Sports. And in the United States it can be seen on ESPN, fuboTV, TUDN USA and Univision.
Where can I watch the Czech Republic – Denmark ‘online’? In Spain it can be seen online at Mitele Plus. In Mexico through Blue To Go Video Everywhere. In Argentina Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela DIRECTV Play Deportes. And in the United States on ESPN App, TUDN.com and Univision Now.
What was the last result between the Czech Republic and Denmark?
The last time these two teams met on a pitch was in a friendly played on November 15, 2016 and ended in a draw (1-1). Antonín Barák scored the goal for the Czech Republic and Nicolai Jorgensen made the equalizer for the Danes.
The Czech Republic gave one of the surprises of the round of 16 by eliminating the Netherlands (0-2) thanks to goals from Holes Y Schick. The Leverkusen striker is the team’s top scorer with four goals, one behind top scorer Cristiano Ronaldo.
The best position of the Czechs in a European Championship was the runner-up they achieved in England 1996 and they want to continue giving joy to their fans and why not sneak into another final at Wembley. For now they will try to give another surprise by eliminating Denmark in the quarterfinals.
For this party Jaroslav Silhavy recupera to Vladimir Darida and it is very likely that it will start from the beginning. The one who will not be available is the goalkeeper Jiří Pavlenka that the rest of the Eurocup is lost.
Denmark obtained the pass to the quarterfinals after beating Wales (0-4) thanks to the goals of Dolberg twice, Maehle Y Braithwaite, being the team that suffered the least in the round of 16.
The Danes already know what it is to lift a European Championship after surprising all of Europe in 1992 and in this edition of surprises they want to break all the odds and lift their second title.
Kasper hjulmand you can count on for this duel Daniel Wass Y Simon Kjaer, and both have options to be headlines. The one who is doubt is Poulsen for some hamstring discomfort while the captain is not there Christian eriksen but he is present in every game after the scare of the first day.
Czech Republic: Vaclik; Coufal, Celustka, Kalas, Boril; Holes, Soucek, Darida; Masopust, Sevcik and Schick
Denmark: Schmeichel; Kjaer, Vestergaard, Christensen; Wass, Delaney, Höjbjerg, Maehle; Braithwaite, Damsgaard and Dolberg
At this point in the European Championship, with the surprises that we have taken and the level so even that the national teams have shown, it is difficult to make a forecast. The two teams have gone to the quarterfinals without having to dispute extra time, so they arrive on equal terms. Denmark has more individual quality and as a group it is technically more worked than the Czech Republic so on paper they are favorites to overcome the quarters. In addition, the Czechs already gave the surprise by eliminating the Netherlands. One surprise can go into the script, but two is too much. It is not necessary to rule out that this time the duel does resolve in extra time.
Outcome: Czech Republic 2-3 Denmark