England vs. Denmark live: free live broadcast, TV channels, team news, Euro 2020 semi-finals at Wembley
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This day is here!
England v Denmark Euro 2020 semi-final is here, Wembley Stadium has 60,000 fans.
Gareth Southgate & Co’s path to immortality is clear-winning tonight and then the final in Italy on Sunday night.
Forward Harry Kane growled: “I may be unstoppable.”
As the Three Lions try to reach their first final in 55 years, approximately 34 million fans-more than half of the country’s population-are expected to watch ITV.
The audience will urge the 27-year-old captain Harry-who has scored three goals in the tournament so far-to run unscrupulously. When asked if he can be stopped, he replied: “To be honest, maybe not.
“If you try to stop me, it doesn’t matter, because you have other equally good players and they will create problems.
“I think when I’m at my best-I think I can score or assist anyone.” Hopefully the same goes for the game against Denmark. “
Since the 1966 World Cup played at Wembley Stadium, the England team has the best hope of securing a place in their first championship final.
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