7th July, 2021 - England vs Denmark Betting Tips - After a brief trip to Rome, England are back on home soil to take on the ever impressing Danes at Wembley in the second semi-final of Euro 2020.
The Danes will be looking to keep their momentum going, and pull off what would arguably be the shock of the tournament so far.
90 Minutes Betting - No huge surprise to see Gareth Southgate's side as odds on favourites. England can be backed at 4/6 (1.67) to get the job done in 90 minutes. The draw is 13/5 (3.60), while a win in 90 minutes for Kasper Hjulmand's Denmark side is 9/2 (5.50)
To Qualify Betting - With what is effectively home advantage, England are massive odds on favourites at just 2/7 (1.29)to win my any method. Denmark are 5/2 (3.50) outsiders.
England vs Denmark Match Details
- Date - 7th July 2021
- Venue - Wembley Stadium, London, England
- Time - 8pm BST
- UEFA Match Centre
England Vs Denmark Betting Tips 7th July 2021
Gareth Southgate has proved his critics wrong in the knock out stages, with back to back wins over Germany and Ukraine. Furthermore to that, his England team have yet to concede a goal at Euro 2020.
Against Ukraine on Saturday night, England looked physically up to the challenge, and streets ahead football wise. The win over Germany in the Round of 16 was less conclusive, but it was still a result that must have given the team a huge boost in confidence and self belief.
As for the Danes, they have recovered brilliantly from their troubled start to the competition. Since qualifying from Group B, they have thrashed Wales 4-0, and then beat Czech Republic 2-1 in the quarter-finals on Saturday.
They didn't have it all their own way against the Czechs though, and at times were under pressure in the second half. The Danes did show impressive game management against Czech Republic. Some might say they were hanging on, but it's a matter of opinion.
Sometimes out of adversity, a team can thrive and grow. In a way Denmark have done that since the shocking incident involving Christian Eriksen.
Can they carry that run on at Wembley though? Home advantage for England, along with the solid defence, and the roll that the English team are now on, should mean they have too much for the Danes.
With all this in mind, I can only really go for an England win in this match, and I expect it to be inside the 90 minutes.