Live updates from Wembley Stadium where England and Denmark vie for a place in the Euro 2020 final on Sunday.
- England aim to reach their first Grand Final since 1966
- Denmark won the Euro in 1992
- Kick-off: 19:00 GMT
- The winners will face Italy in the final on Sunday
With just under two hours to go, now is the perfect time to make your predictions.
Will it be England? Will it be Denmark?
Just the two options (it’s a knockout). Vote now
Who will win tonight # EURO2020 semi-final at Wembley? 👇
– AJE Sport (@AJE_Sport) July 7, 2021
On the way to the semi-finals
Beat Croatia 1-0
0-0 draw with Scotland
Beat Czech Republic 1-0
Beat Germany 2-0
Defeat Ukraine 4-0
0-1 loss to Finland
Lost 1-2 against Belgium
Beat Russia 4-1
Beat Wales 4-0
Defeat Czech Republic 2-1
“Has football come home yet? “
The English anthem “Football’s coming home” – shouted by fans at Wembley after the game against Germany – is not to everyone’s liking.
Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel took a cheeky hit at the supposedly triumphalist song, saying: “Has it ever been home? I don’t know, have you already won it?
🗣 “What would it mean for you to prevent it coming home tomorrow night?” “
“Has it ever been home?” Have you won it yet? ”
– ITV Football (@itvfootball) July 6, 2021
Denmark will have to do what no team did against England at Euro 2020 to reach the tournament final: score a goal.
The Danes have recovered from two defeats in their first games of the tournament and will face England in the second semi-final at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday.
England, meanwhile, have not lost a game or conceded a goal so far at Euro 2020 and will play in their home football stadium.