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Emma Hayes, the manager of Chelsea Women, believes being at Wembley is one of a number of factors that will count in England’s favour, but she warned against writing off Denmark, who have reached this stage despite talisman Christian Eriksen suffering a cardiac arrest in their opening match.

That being said, Denmark are a team that are united by a very, very extreme experience, with Christian having a cardiac arrest, so you can’t underestimate that and, while the omens are not great for Denmark, the togetherness they have in their group means they’re going to be an extremely difficult opponent to beat.

I was there in 2004 when we put our flags on the windows and adopted the team to our hearts and souls, just to see our dreams crushed at home (at my Benfica’s stadium, of all places). In 2016 all of France was siding with their likely host winners when our team made history with a goal from the most unlikely of players (2004 was suddenly wiped out from all Portuguese collective memory) and basically shattered the home team’s dreams.
The phrase has been defining English football for almost 25 years now as the country years to enjoy their second international tournament success after the 1966 World Cup. This year, however, could be it as the Harry-Kane side have made the Euro 2020 semifinals. They will take on a resurgent Denmark, who recovered from back-to-back defeats at the start and a Christian Eriksen cardiac arrest scare to win three on the trot and come this far. While England thrashed Ukraine 4-0 in the quarters, the Danes edged past Czech Republic 2-1. Gareth Southgate-coached ‘Three Lions’ may enter the game as favourites but they will not take the reinspired, the reignited Denmark lightly.

The last time Denmark faced England? It was a Nations League match last October at Wembley Stadium. Denmark won 1-0 (highlights below). In fact, the seven matches they’ve played since the turn of this century have seen three wins apiece and a draw.
It’s D-Day for the Three Lions as England take on Denmark under the arch at Wembley with a first major final for 55 long years up for grabs.

Gareth Southgate’s men have grown into the tournament and were imperious in their 4-0 demolition job of Ukraine in the quarter-final in Rome on Saturday.

A repeat performance should see them past an impressive, inspired Denmark side, who continued to be fuelled by their determination to win a second Euros crown for stricken star Christian Eriksen.

Bukayo Saka is set to be the only change to the England starting lineup from the win in Rome; Jadon Sancho is set to drop out.

The winners of tonight’s clash will face Italy in the final on Sunday, after Roberto Mancini’s men overcame Spain on penalties after a 1-1 draw on Tuesday night.

We’re fast approaching kickoff at Wembley, don’t miss a trick right here.

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