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Option 2: England vs Denmark live streaming on FuboTV (America)
If you’re in America, you can watch England vs Denmark online on FuboTV.
Here are the FuboTV sign-up instructions:
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– Sit back & watch the semi-final match!
Option 3: England vs Denmark live streaming in the UK
If you live in the UK, you can watch Euro 2020 for free on the ITV Hub.
Option 4: TV channels showing England vs Denmark in the UK & America
In the UK, the two broadcasters showing Euro 2020 are the BBC and ITV.
ESPN snapped up the broadcasting rights for Euro 2020 in America.
Option 5: England vs Denmark streaming – More worldwide options
In Australia, Optus Sport will live stream England vs Denmark.
In Canada, England vs Denmark can be watched on English-language TSN or French-language TVA Sports.
Lastly, in New Zealand, the England vs Denmark live stream can be watched on Sky Sport.
Option 6: Listen to England vs Denmark on radio
Note, if you’re outside the UK, you may be blocked from accessing this content. A VPN will solve this issue.
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Is football really coming home?
On Saturday night, a nation’s belief soared even higher as England demolished Ukraine 4-0 in the quarter-finals at Stadio Olimpico.
In the Three Lions’ first game away from Wembley at this tournament, they acclimatised to their new surrounding quickly.
Raheem Sterling slid it through to Harry Kane and England led with just three and a half minutes on the clock.
They were even quicker out the blocks in the second half; just 50 seconds in, Harry Maguire towered above everyone to head home a Luke Shaw free-kick.
Shortly after, Shaw provided another assist, crossing for Harry Kane to nod through Heorhiy Bushchan’s legs, before Jordan Henderson put the icing on the cake.
The Liverpool captain came off the bench to head in his first England goal on, what was, the occasion of his 62nd cap for his country.
That is the longest any England international has ever taken to score for their country.
4-0 it finished in Rome; England march on back to Wembley.
Gareth Southgate’s side are yet to concede at this tournament, a run which features a nail-biting 2-0 victory over Germany in the round of 16 eight days ago.
Only Italy in 1990 have not conceded a goal in their first five matches at a major tournament; they were beaten in the semis by Argentina.
Côte d’Ivoire at AFCON 1992 are the only side to win a major tournament without letting in a goal and les Éléphants that year won both the semis and the final on penalties.
Despite all of the attacking talent in this England squad, it is upon that solid base that success has been built.
Southgate now faces his toughest decision of the tournament so far though: does he revert to 3-4-3, as he did against Germany, or stick with the 4-3-3 that demolished Ukraine at the weekend.
This will be only England’s seventh major semi-final after 1966, 1968, 1990, 1996, 2018 and the 2019 UEFA Nations League.
However, the Three Lions have lost the last five of those since beating Portugal 2-1 at World Cup 1966 en route to lifting the trophy.
Will Wembley be celebrating an historic night in English football history?
Will Denmark’s fairytale run continue?
Denmark though have history for causing an upset or two at European Championships.
Back in 1992, they were parachuted into the Euros at ten days notice after Yugoslavia were thrown out due to the ongoing civil-war.
Despite this, against all the odds, the Danes lifted the trophy in Göteborg, beating holders Netherlands in the semi-finals and Germany in the final itself.
Now, de Rød-Hvide are dreaming of a similar miracle.
The best result Denmark will achieve at this tournament, regardless, is the fact that Christian Eriksen is still alive after he suffered a cardiac arrest against Finland on matchday one.
Galvanised by their team-mate’s recovery, the Red and Whites hammered Russia 4-1 in their final group game to sneak through in second place.
That is the first time ever at a Euros a side has advanced despite losing their first two group matches.
In the round of 16, Kasper Hjulmand’s team dismantled Wales 4-0 at Johan Cruijff ArenA to set up a quarter-final showdown with Czech Republic at Bakı Olimpiya Stadionu.
Thomas Delaney headed Denmark in front after just four minutes before, on the stroke of half time, Joakim Mæhle’s gorgeous outside-of-the-foot cross was volleyed home by Kasper Dolberg.
The Czechs hit back in the second half but the Red-and-Whites held on for a 2-1 victory in Azerbaijan.
So, Denmark will compete in their fourth semi-final after Euro ’84 and ’92 as well as the Confederations Cup in 1995; the last two of those they went home with the silverware.
Since Eriksen’s horrific collapse, Hjulmand has switched to a back three with a trio of outstanding centre-backs on show: Jannik Vestergaard, Simon Kjær and Andreas Christensen.
However, at the other end, a prolific goalscorer can be a problem.
Strikers Kasper Dolberg, Martin Braithwaite and Yussuf Yurary Poulsen all have just ten international goals to their name.
Thus, if this semi-final is a low-scoring affair, it might suit Denmark although, the same could be said about England.
Who will be returning to Wembley on Sunday to take on Italy in the Final of UEFA Euro 2020?
Prediction: England 2-1 Denmark
These two met in the UEFA Nations League group stages as recently as last Autumn.
It finished goalless at Parken before Denmark won 1-0 at Wembley in October.
England have only lost two of their last 33 competitive matches in England, dating back to 2007, and that was one of them.
These two last met at a tournament at World Cup 2002 with England storming to a 3-0 round of 16 victory in Niigata.
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England vs Denmark live streaming: Watch European Championships Semi-Final online, preview and predictions FAQs
When does England vs Denmark kick off?
20:00 (UK), 15:00 (ET), Wednesday 7 July 2021.
What is the best way to watch England vs Denmark?
USA: Fubo TV. UK: ITV.
What is the 101 Great Goals prediction for England vs Denmark?
England 2-1 Denmark.