So that’s it.With the arrival of Denmark, England is on the brink of the first major tournament final since 1966 Wembley The second Euro 2020 final tonight.
Gareth SouthgateThe team has rewritten history in this summer’s game, and if they are to beat the Danish team tonight and enter their first European Championship final, they must do so again.
Italy is waiting for the winner tonight. It defeated Spain in a penalty shoot-out last night. Although England entered the game as a popular team, Denmark does hope to achieve another extraordinary victory in their 1992 success, because they played in Christie. Ann Eriksen (Christian Eriksen) collapsed in the first game of the game.
More than 60,000 fans are expected to come to Wembley tonight, most of whom are British, the largest sports spectator in the UK since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Before kick-off, England captain Harry Kane-Eriksson’s former teammate at Tottenham Hotspur-will present a signed jersey to Danish opponent Simon Kjaer as a match against the midfielder. A tribute to the player, thank goodness, he has recovered well from a cardiac arrest.
You can follow all the actions in real time on the Standard Sport blog below…
Dan Kilpatrick has gone underground…
There is less than half an hour. I’m really nervous Nigel, I won’t lie.
Harry Kane led the England team to warm up just now. There was a huge roar on the scene, and the DJ immediately left for the Three Lions.
David Badir was one of the crowd.
Gareth Southgate has been talking to ITV…
How are you preparing this week? —— “We are just trying to be as normal as possible. In the past few years, our players have gained great experience in large-scale games, and there are almost no scenes they have not experienced.”
What does he want to see from Saka tonight– “What he did in the previous game. He accepted the challenge. We are very satisfied with Jadon [Sancho] Weekend, but we think the balance Bukayo tonight is the right choice. “
Message to fans? —— “It’s great to have them with us. We hope they enjoy it as much as we do, and we hope we can give them what they want tonight.”
As for Denmark, we expect them to stick to the same lineup, and they do exactly that.
Many of them have recently tasted success at Wembley, not just in the National League victory-Casper Schmeichel lifted the FA Cup here a few months ago. And Brentford won last season’s playoff finals against Matthias Jensen and Christian Nogard (on the bench tonight) and also advanced to the Premier League.
Gareth Southgate (Gareth Southgate) in this tournament has repeatedly talked about the difficulties he encountered in choosing three players to completely miss the matchday lineup.
Ben Chilwell’s unfortunate game continues because he is one of those who did not advance again, and Ben White is another man who found himself in that position several times, although he did not enter until after Trent Alexander-Arnold was injured. 26. He probably cannot have too many complaints.
I think the striking thing is that Dominique Calvert-Lewin is the third person to be excluded-because he was playing against the German team-but I think you only have the situation where Harry Kane is injured. He will be taken away by the next, and given his penalty record, Marcus may be worth sitting on the bench regardless of Rashford’s condition.
Return of Saka
Therefore, as expected, with the return of Bukayo Saka instead of Jadon Sancho, there is only one change in England’s lineup.
Maybe it’s a bit harsh for Sancho. He did well in the game against Ukraine, but Saka did well in the game against the Czech team, and his defensive work is also invaluable to the German full-back. I suspect that Joakim Maehle’s status has a lot to do with his choice tonight.
Denmark team news
Denmark XI: Schmeichel, Strieger, Westergard, Kjaer, Christensen, Mailer, Delaney, Hoibjerg, Darmsgaard, Braithwaite, Dolberg
Substitutes: Los, Ronuo, Anderson, Schoff, Olsen, Jorgensen, Nogard, Gas, Wind, Poulsen, Cornelius, Jansen
England team news
England XI: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Phillips, Rice; Saka, Mount, British Pound; Kane
Substitutes: Ramsdale, Johnstone, Trippier, Cody, Mins, James, Henderson, Bellingham, Greerich, Rashford, Sancho, Foden