Next Wednesday, England and Denmark will compete for the last final spot of EURO2020. The English have been one of the favourites for the final battle throughout the tournament. Still, the Danes have proven to have unpredictable powers. So which team will actually go to the last and face Spain or Italy? Who will face off on Tuesday evening? Predict and win via FootballUnited.com!

Gareth Southgate: “We want to become European champions.”

England managed to impressively reach the semi-final on Saturday evening. Partly thanks to two goals from Harry Kane, Ukraine was defeated 0-4. National coach Gareth Southgate could hardly suppress his happiness after the game but remained sober in his comments to the international press: “We haven’t won anything yet. We want to go two steps further, and that means becoming European champions.”

“England in the semi-final at Wembley: fantastic!”

After this initial reaction, there was a bit of emotion from the always civilized Southgate: “It’s fantastic for our country: England in the semi-final at Wembley. Everyone can really look forward to that. It’s brilliant what our boys have shown. I know what will happen in London: one big party. They should enjoy it. Hopefully, we can continue it and also make it to the final!”

Kasper Hjulmand: “We have to stand against England.”

Denmark had not expected to make it to the semi-finals in advance, but now that the Danes have ended up there, national coach Kasper Hjulmand hopes for more. “I’d be lying if I said we’re already happy. We can enjoy this for a while, but in four days, we have to be back at the game against England.”

“We carry Eriksen in our hearts to Wembley.”

Hjulmand says he still thinks about Christian Eriksen every day and hopes that the semi-final against England will be won. “He should have been here; I still think about him every day. But we now carry him in our hearts to Wembley,” emphasizes Hjulmand. “It’s fantastic to see how much compassion and love these players give to each other. Maybe we are a symbol. We are happy to remind ourselves why we love football, what football can mean in the world,” said the Denmark national team coach.

Statistics

The winner of the semi-final England – Denmark, will play the final against Spain or Italy. The last two national teams will decide on Tuesday to play the final on Sunday, July 11. All three matches will be played at Wembley Stadium in London.

Head 2 Head

England and Denmark played each other last year. It then concerned the UEFA Nations League match in Group 2. The Danes won 0-1 in London. In the Danish Copenhagen, the national teams did not score at the beginning of September. It remained 0-0 in the Parken Stadium.

Current form England

England has yet to lose a match in this European Championship. The team of national coach Southgate has not even had to concede goals yet. In the quarterfinals, Ukraine was quickly settled 0-4, and in the eighth-finals, the Germans were the loser: 2-0 for England. The last time the England squad lost a game was on November 15 last year. This was the Nations League match against Belgium, which England lost 2-0 in Heverlee.

Current form Denmark

Denmark recovered after the events with Christian Eriksen. After that, the Danes got a boost and started to win the duels. In the quarterfinals, the Czech Republic was settled with 1-2. In the eighth final, Wales got along well (0-4). The last group match was for the Danes against Russia, and that match was also won 1-4.

Prognosis

Our prognosis is that the England team will win this semi-final. Our betting tip is 1-0 for England as we don’t expect many goals to be scored. In the odds overview below, you will find the average odds the bookmakers use for this semi-final.

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