England vs Denmark LIVE: Stream FREE, score, TV channel, team news as Sancho out, Saka in – Euro 2020 latest updates

ENGLAND take on Denmark tonight with a place in the Euro 2020 final against Italy up for grabs.

Gareth Southgate's Three Lions are yet to concede in the tournament and come into the final-four clash as heavy favourites, but will have to be wary of a talented Danish side at the Home of Football.

  • Start time: 8pm GMT
  • TV/Live stream: ITV1
  • Live stream FREE: ITV Hub
  • England XI: To follow
  • Denmark XI: To follow

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What time does England vs Denmark kick-off?

  • Kick-off is at 8pm BST tonight.
  • There will be 60,000 spectators in attendance at Wembley.

What TV channel is it on and can I live stream?

  • England's semi-final with Denmark will be shown live on ITV1.
  • Sam Dymond

    LUCKY FOR SOME

    An England victory at Wembley this evening would make them the 13th different nation to have ever reached the final of a European Championship.

    They'd also be the first newcomer since both Greece and Portugal made it the showpiece of Euro 2004.

    Denmark, of course, famously won the competition in 1992 in their first final – despite having initially failed to qualify. Richard Moller Nielsen's team were only invited following the disqualification of the great Yugoslavia team of the time due to the country's ongoing war and subsequent break-up.

    Let's pray for a new name on the trophy.

  • Sam Dymond

    ONE GOAL WINS IT

    England and Denmark have met on seven previous occasions at Wembley Stadium – and, remarkably, EVERY single game has finished 1-0.

    The English have come out on top by a single goal on five occasions, but it was the Danes who prevailed on their last trip to London thanks to Christian Eriksen's first half penalty.

    In fact, Denmark have won 1-0 in the last two competitive fixtures with England at Wembley, also returning victorious from their 1983 European Championship qualifier. That too was a game settled by a penalty, on this occasion scored by Allan Simonsen.

    • England 1-0 Denmark (European Championship qualifier, 1979)
    • England 0-1 Denmark (European Championship qualifier, 1983)
    • England 1-0 Denmark (International Friendly, 1988)
    • England 1-0 Denmark (International Friendly, 1990)
    • England 1-0 Denmark (International Friendly, 1994)
    • England 1-0 Denmark (International Friendly, 2014)
    • England 0-1 Denmark (Nations League Group A2, 2018)

    DANE-ING TO BE DIFFERENT

    No other nation at Euro 2020 have spread the goals around like Kasper Hjulmand's Danes.

    So far, Denmark have had seven different scorers at this tournament, and need just one other player to get in on the act for them to equal the European Championship record set by Germany's eight marksmen in 2021.

    Forward Kasper Dolgberg leads the way with three goals, having netted a double against Wales and the decisive second against the Czech Republic.

    • James Orr

      COMING HOME LATE

      England must wait until September for a victory parade if they win Euro 2020.

      The Three Lions have got the nation dreaming of glory, 55 years after their only major tournament success.

      They take on Denmark at Wembley tonight in the semi-finals with Italy awaiting the winners on Sunday night.

      But according to the Daily Mail, any plans for a mass celebration should England go all the way will be shelved until the autumn.

      Credit: Getty
    • James Orr

      MIND GAMES

      Gareth Southgate's side are breaking down the mental barriers to have the time of their lives at Euro 2020.

      Rather than being scared or weighed down by England’s history, his fun-loving squad is showing togetherness ahead of tonight’s crunch semi-final showdown with Denmark.

      That has been endorsed by Dr. Ian Mitchell, the Three Lions’ Head of Performance Psychology, who will be involved in his third straight last-four appearance in a major tournament after also helping Wales in 2016.

      Understated and humble, Mitchell was a key member of Chris Coleman’s coaching staff in France before he joined the FA in February 2018.

    • James Orr

      THREE CHEERS

      England fans have been out in force today as we countdown to the historic kick off.

      Remember, 42 MILLION pints were drunk in the 4-0 thrashing of Ukraine. Will we top this tonight?

    • James Orr

      ENGLAND TEAM EXCLUSIVE

      SunSport can reveal the England team for tonight, and Bukayo Saka will return to the England side at the expense of Jadon Sancho for the crunch Euro 2020 semi-final clash with Denmark.

      The Arsenal ace, 19, was given the nod in last week’s epic 2-0 victory over Germany in front of a raucous Wembley.

      Unfortunately the attacker picked up a knock and missed out on the squad that travelled to Rome to face Ukraine on Saturday.

      Sancho, who will complete his transfer from Borussia Dortmund to Manchester United after Euro 2020, stepped in and impressed as the Three Lions romped to a 4-0 win to set-up the semi-final showdown.

    • Matt Penn

      GREAT DANES

      Like father, like son. Kasper Schmeichel will be in goal tonight and hoping his side can reach the final of Euro 2020.

    • Matt Penn

      ROAD TO THE FINAL

      England have been fantastic in most (Scotland aside) of their five games so far, scoring eight times and conceding none.

      And it all comes down to tonight.

    • Matt Penn

      55 YEARS OF HURT

      A win tonight for England would see them swan into their first major tournament final since 1966 when they won the World Cup.

      Since then it's been heartbreak after heartbreak, mistakes, drama, delusion and misery.

      But, like three years ago at the 2018 World Cup, the current Three Lions crop have the chance to put it all right with victory over a tough Danish side.

      England would meet Italy in a massive showpiece final on Sunday, July 11.

      The Italians overcame Spain on penalties last night after a hard-fought 1-1 draw at Wembley.

      Bring on this evening.

    • Matt Penn

      NEARLY MEN

      Gary Neville has shared some words of wisdom for those England players tonight ahead of the biggest game of their lives.

      View this post on Instagram

      A post shared by Gary Neville (@gneville2)

    • Matt Penn

      SAME AGAIN?

      19 years ago this summer, England beat Denmark 3-0 in the last-16 at the World Cup 2002.

      Another big stage for the two sides tonight? Repeat or Revenge?

    • James Orr

      WE'RE BEHIND YOU

      Models from Ukraine's notorious "Butt Squad" – who were jailed for a racy photo shoot in Dubai – have backed England to win Euro 2020 with a very cheeky display ahead of tonight's clash with Denmark.

      Their cheeky balcony snap on a skyscraper caused outrage when it went viral in April – but now nine of the women daubed their rears with St George's crosses as they sent a message of support to the Three Lions.

    • James Orr

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      Gareth Southgate’s side face the Danes at Wembley for a place in Sunday’s final against Italy.

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    • James Orr

      DANE & DUSTED

      England reached the semi-finals of the European Championship for the first time since 1996 with a 4-0 win against Ukraine in Rome.

      Standing between the Three Lions and the final is an inspired Denmark side, who have a good record against Gareth Southgate's team.

    • James Orr

      FER REAL DEAL

      Rio Ferdinand believes Gareth Southgate has managed everything in the right way and avoided the mistakes of the 'Golden Generation'.

      The BBC pundit claimed England players in his era often sulked when not picked or gave reasons for not being able to play.

      Ferdinand said: "You look at my team especially, players that were coming in with that situation they would have been sulking around the camp at some point, they would have been speaking to their agents at home probably.

      "When they get their opportunity they would have been looking for an excuse going 'actually, I'm not fit enough now'."

    • James Orr

      CURSE OF ITV

      England will be back on live on ITV tonight, but this is NOT a good omen…

      England have won just FIVE of the 23 matches ITV have shown since the France 98 World Cup.

      Here is how ITV stack up during that time period against rivals BBC:

      ITV

      • Played 24
      • Won 5
      • Lost 8

      BBC

      • Played 22
      • Won 15
      • Lost 4

      HOW'S STAT?

      The stats behind England's charge to the semi-finals.

      And check out who's made the most passes.

      WEMBLEY WAY

      Wembley is getting busier by the hour!

      But just don't put that umbrella anywhere near Gareth Southgate…


      GREAT DANES

      All you need to know with the lowdown on tonight's opponents Denmark.

      HOW ENGLAND HAVE FARED IN SEMI-FINALS

      The triumph, and then heartbreaks of England's semi-final history in major tournaments…

      • James Orr

        MARK POUGATCH EXCLUSIVE

        ITV host Mark Pougatch has spoken to SunSport about covering tonight's monumental game in front of millions…

        We’ve already had several conversations about how we go off air if England win and how we go off if they lose.

        Read Mark Pougatch's column right here

      • Matt Penn

        DENMARK'S ROUTE TO THE SEMIS 🇩🇰

        Group stages

        • 1-0 𝙇 to Finland 🇫🇮
        • 2-1 𝙇 to Belgium 🇧🇪
        • 4-1 𝙒 vs Russia 🇷🇺

        Last-16

        • 4-0 𝙒 vs Wales 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿

        Quarter-final

        • 2-1 𝙒 vs Czech Republic

        ENGLAND'S ROUTE TO THE SEMIS 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿

        Group stages

        • 1-0 𝙒 vs Croatia 🇭🇷
        • 0-0 𝘿 vs Scotland 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
        • 1-0 𝙒 vs Czech Republic 🇨🇿

        Last 16

        • 2-0 𝙒 vs Germany 🇩🇪

        Quarter-final

        • 4-0 𝙒 vs Ukraine 🇺🇦

        BIG GAME

        England are just over seven hours away from the country's biggest game since the World Cup final in 1966…

        Can you handle the pressure, lads?

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