How to Watch England vs Denmark Live Match Score And Updates Euro 2020 Semifinal: Check Euro 2020 Live Score And Updates England vs Denmark. Hello and welcome to our football coverage of ENG vs DEN, Live Score and Updates Euro 2020 between Italy and Spain which is being played at the Wembley Stadium.
- Date: Wednesday, July 7 | Time: 3 p.m. ET
- Location: Wembley Stadium — London, United Kingdom
- TV: ESPN | Live stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
- Odds: England -143; Draw +260; Denmark +460 (via William Hill sportsbook)
England: If you wanted a sense of the bonhomie and excitement around the England squad you would not have to look far beyond the swimming pool at St. George’s Park because the unicorns are out. Bukayo Saka made waves on social media with his frolics after the win over Ukraine; the Arsenal youngster is fast becoming another one of the squad who is hugely popular with teammates and the public. And now it also looks like he will be in the starting XI against Denmark.
It is enough to take your mind back to 2018 when there was a similar buzz around the squad. This time, however, they are not in Russia but in Staffordshire, at the heart of a nation that is starting to fall giddily in love with Gareth Southgate’s side, “It’s Coming Home” memes and all.
Denmark: The Danes have recent history with England and it is rather favorable for Kasper Hjullmand’s team. Much has changed since they met in the autumn of 2020 for two Nations League games but recent history favors Denmark, who held England goalless in Copenhagen before preying on a Harry Maguire error to win at Wembley.
Any English fans who believe that their place in the final is already secure have been offered a rude awakening by Yussuf Poulsen, who said in his press conference: “That’s the opinion of the fans and the media – not necessarily the players. We played them twice in the Nations League and got four points, so if they are so sure that they’re going to beat us, I think, that’s something of an overreaction.”
It is unlikely to be easy for England but they should have the defensive wherewithal to keep Denmark’s chances relatively limited whilst converting their opportunities at the other end. Pick: England 2 Denmark 1