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Euro 2020: England and Denmark on the pitch to conquer the final!

Updated: Oct 6, 2021

Yesterday Italy beat Spain on penalties and became the first finalist, today it's the turn of England and Denmark. Who will win?

England-Denmark will face each other tonight to win the pass for the final of Euro 2020.

Let's see together the odds offered by the best bookmakers, the statistics and the Teams in the pitch of the match between the English and Scandinavians.


Unlike Italy-Spain, where odds were very balanced, those in the 90 minutes between the English and the Danes hang clearly on the side of the Southgate boys. The 1 is paid 1.70 against the 3.45 of the draw (which would lead the two teams to extra time) and the 2 is instead on the blackboard at 5.65. At the moment the most probable exact result is 1-0 at 5.65.


England have won only one of their last six official matches against Denmark (3N, 2P): 3-0 success in the 2002 World Cup. This will be the third match between England and Denmark in the European and World Cups. England won 3-0 in the Round of 16 of the 2002 World Cup, after a goalless draw in the 1992 EURO group stage - an edition later won by Denmark. The seven matches between England and Denmark at Wembley all ended 1-0: five English and two Danish successes.

Denmark have won their last two official matches against England at this stadium (1983 and 2020), no team has ever recorded three wins in a row against the Three Lions at Wembley. England reached their third semi-final at the European Championships: in 1968 they lost to Yugoslavia and in 1996 they were eliminated by Germany in the penalty lottery. England is, up to now, the national team that has played the most games in the European Championship without ever reaching the final (36). This will be Denmark's fourth semi-final at the European Championships (previously 1964, 1984 and 1992). The last time he reached this stage of the tournament he then lifted the trophy (EURO 1992).


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Denmark have scored 11 goals so far at EURO 2020, a record in their history in a single edition between the European and World Cups. England's 4-0 win against Ukraine in the quarter-finals was the Three Lions' biggest victory in a European Championship and their biggest success in the knockout stages between the European and World Cups. The English have scored four goals in their last match against Ukraine, as many as in the previous four games of this European championship. Denmark scored as many as seven different players at EURO 2020 - excluding own goals, only Germany in 2012 (8) recorded multiple different scorers in a single European Championship. England have kept a clean sheet in all five matches at EURO 2020: no team has ever recorded six clean sheets in a single European and World Cup edition.

Raheem Sterling has taken part in 22 goals in his last 21 appearances for England (15 goals and 7 assists); so far he is also the English player who has taken part in the most goals at EURO 2020 (3 goals and 1 assist). Harry Kane has taken part in 27 goals in his last 26 games for England (18 goals and 9 assists). Between the World Cup and the European Championships only Gary Lineker (10) scored more than Harry Kane with the Three Lions (9 goals: 6 at the World Cup, 3 at the European Championships). Kasper Dolberg has scored three goals at EURO 2020: only two Danish players have scored more in a single edition between the European Championships and the World Cup: Preben Elkjær Larsen (4 goals at the 1986 World Cup) and Jon Dahl Tomasson (4 goals at the 2002 World Cup).


ENGLAND (4-2-3-1): Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Rice, Phillips; Saka, Mount, Sterling; Kane.

DENMARK (3-4-3): Schmeichel; Christensen, Kjaer, Vestergaard; Stryger Larsen, Højbjerg, Delaney, Maehle; Braithwaite, Dolberg, Damsgaard.