This Wednesday we will meet the second finalist of the Eurocup, who will face off against the winner of Italy-Spain on Tuesday. It is about the host team in the remainder of the tournament in front of the revelation.
England and Denmark have met 21 times, with victories dominating (12) by the English, four by the Danes and five draws. The scoring balance is also favorable (36-20).
On which TV channel can I watch England – Denmark?
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On Spain It can be seen on Telecinco from 9:00 p.m.
On Mexico It can be seen on Sky HD from 2:00 p.m.
DIRECTV Sports will broadcast it throughout Latin America. Will do it in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru (14: 00h), Chile and Venezuela (15: 00h) or Argentina (4:00 p.m.), among others.
In addition, in Colombia it can also be seen on Win Sports and in Chile, at the TNT Sports Stadium, as well as TNT Sports in Argentina.
On USA It can be followed by ESPN and Univision in the time zone between Los Angeles (12: 00h) and New York (15: 00h).
How can I follow the streaming of England – Denmark?
On Spain It can be followed on MiTele Plus.
On Mexico it can be followed on Blue To Go Video Everywhere.
On Latin America It can be followed on DIRECT Play Deportes. In Chile also by TNT Sports Go.
On USA It can be followed on SiriusXM FC, ESPN +, TUDN and Univision NOW.
Where will England v Denmark take place?
The venue for the meeting will be Wembley Stadium, with a capacity for 90,000 spectators. The maximum capacity allowed for the remainder of the tournament will be 75%, with which we can see up to 67,500 full seats.
What was the last result between England and Denmark?
The last time the two teams met was on October 14, 2020, on matchday four of Group 2 of Division A of the Nations League. In this meeting, precisely held at Wembley, there was a Danish victory (0-1) thanks to a goal by Christian Eriksen after 35 minutes of play.
The English are matching their best participation in a European Championship, recalling the semi-finals reached in Italy 1968 and England 1996. As on this last occasion, the last two games towards the title will be at Wembley.
Even if they were eliminated in this round, it would already be their best participation in the championship, since they have surpassed their previous record of victories (2) with the four added at the moment.
Gareth Southgate will not be able to count on Bukayo Saka, who will be out with a blow to the thigh. There are no penalties and only one who receives two yellows or one red in the semifinals would lose a hypothetical final.
The Danes have reached the fourth semifinal of the European Championship in their history, but unlike the English they know what it is like to go to the round and even win the tournament, just as they did in Sweden 1992. They were eliminated in a final match in Spain 1964 and France 1984.
They have accumulated three victories in this edition, with their best record in this section surpassing their previous record (2), achieved precisely in the aforementioned editions.
Kasper Hjulmand will have the only loss of Christian Eriksen, due to heart problems that forced him to be treated on the first day. Nor has he sanctioned and for this reason he would only not have a player in a hypothetical final if he received two yellows or one red in the semifinals.
Jordan Pickford – Luke Shaw, Harry Maguire, John Stones, Kyle Walker – Kalvin Phillips, Declan Rice – Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount, Jadon Sancho – Harry Kane
Kasper Schmeichel – Simon Kjaer, Andreas Christensen, Jannik Vestergaard – Joakim Maehle, Pierre-Emile Höjbjerg, Thomas Delaney, Daniel Wass – Martin Braithwaite, Kasper Dolberg, Mikkel Damsgaard
We believe that England with their fans will start as a great favorite not only to reach the final, but to win the title. However, she is also under greater pressure because no one expected Denmark in the semifinals. That is why our forecast is that the Danes will surprise and access the title match.
90min pick: England 1 – 1 Denmark (Denmark win on penalties)