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Kick-off time, group information, newest rating and full talkSPORT protection as Three Lions look to succeed in Euro 2020 last tonight


England shall be seeking to attain their first ever European Championship last after they tackle Denmark at Wembley tonight.

The Three Lions have had one other summer time to recollect having backed up their very good win over Germany within the final 16 of Euro 2020 by smashing Ukraine on Saturday.

England take on Denmark in the Euro 2020 semi-finals this Wednesday

England tackle Denmark within the Euro 2020 semi-finals this Wednesday

Gareth Southgate’s males tore the Ukrainians to items of their quarter-final conflict in Rome with Harry Kane scoring twice and Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson additionally heading residence.

England will now face Denmark within the semi-finals after they edged out the Czech Republic.

The winner of this tie will Italy within the last of Euro 2020 at Wembley on Sunday after they beat Spain on penalties final evening.

England reached the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup beneath Southgate, shedding to Croatia 2-1 after extra-time.

Now Southgate and co have the possibility to go one higher and attain England’s first last since 1966.

talkSPORT has introduced you full protection of the European Championship this summer time and we’ll be again beneath the Wembley arch on Wednesday to carry you this blockbuster match too.

England’s path to Euro glory

We could not, might we?

Final 16: Beat Germany 2-0

Quarter-final: Beat Ukraine 4-0

Semi-final: Vs Denmark (8pm, Wednesday July 7, London)

Remaining: Vs Italy (8pm, Sunday July 11, London)

Each sport shall be LIVE on talkSPORT – we’ve bought the Euros coated!

England v Denmark: The way to pay attention

This semi-final tie will happen at 8pm on Wednesday, July 7.

Full protection from Wembley shall be dwell on talkSPORT, with our prolonged pre-match build-up ranging from BOXPARK Wembley at 1pm.

Mark Saggers shall be your host and commentary will come from Jim Proudfoot, Stuart Pearce, Sol Campbell.

We’ll even have unique evaluation from Jose Mourinho all through the day plus pitch-side updates from Faye Carruthers.

To tune in, click on the radio participant under or HERE for the dwell stream.

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Kane scored twice as England smashed Ukraine in the quarter-finals


Kane scored twice as England smashed Ukraine within the quarter-finals

England v Denmark: Group information

England: Pickford, Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw, Rice, Phillips, Mount, Saka, Kane, Sterling

Subs: Grealish, Henderson, Rashford, Trippier, Ramsdale, Mings, Coady, Sancho, Foden, Johnstone, James, Bellingham

Denmark: Extra to comply with…

Subs: Extra to comply with…

Southgate’s men are one win from the final – and he has plenty to ponder ahead of the meeting with Denmark


Southgate’s males are one win from the ultimate – and he has a lot to ponder forward of the assembly with Denmark

England v Denmark: What has been mentioned?

Gareth Southgate says England are prepared to finish their semi-final hoodoo this week by making historical past and reaching their first last since 1966.

“We’ve knocked off so many hoodoos or perceived limitations already and I really feel like this group of gamers will really feel that is simply the following problem,” the England supervisor mentioned.

“I assume the attention-grabbing half for us is we gained’t really feel completely glad if it’s only a semi-final for us, whereas perhaps three years in the past, though there was large disappointment after the semi-final, there was a sense we’d come a great distance.

“Now we’ve replicated what we did there, however that gained’t be sufficient to fulfil the group. That’s a constructive signal.

“The opposite factor that’s so constructive, these younger gamers – 18, 19, 20, 21 – are getting extra experiences of England which are constructive and pleasing and so they’re feeling what it may be prefer to be in an England shirt and have enjoyable and win matches and have a relationship with the followers that’s constructive.

“That’s so vital for a era to come back. We’ll get extra out of their expertise if we will maintain that relationship with the followers.

“It’s nice to be coming again [to Wembley] now.

“To go and have that completely different atmosphere, preparation, focus was undoubtedly useful.

“However now to be coming again to Wembley is a good factor for us.”



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