1xBet India together with 1xBet bookmaker prepared a preview for the semi-finals of Euro 2020 with the participation of England and Denmark.
WHO WATCHES THE GAME FROM TRIBUNE
Everything is great in the English ranks – Gareth Southgate has no losses, all players are ready for the semifinals. Denmark has one player missing and everyone knows his name. Christian Eriksen suffered cardiac arrest in the first match of the tournament against Finland and is undergoing rehabilitation. Partners conduct each match with thoughts not only about the inhabitants of the country, but also give themselves for the sake of a particular person.
The British are the only national team that did not concede a single goal in the tournament. In the “Three Lions” group we were obviously warming up: we got minimal victories over the Czech Republic and Croatia, and also played by zeroes with Scotland. But already in the playoffs, Gareth Southgate’s team scored twice against Germany and smashed Ukraine (4: 0).
The Danes defeated Russia and only thanks to this made it through to the 1/8 after defeats from the Finns (0: 1) and the Belgians (1: 2). There, they first shoved four balls into the net of Wales, and in the quarterfinals, with a difference of one goal, they defeated the Czech Republic (2: 1).
FACE TO FACE
- England and Denmark played 21 times with each other: four matches remained with the Danes, 12 they lost.
- The teams met a year ago in the UEFA Nations League: Denmark won once (1-0 at Wembley), another ended in a draw.
- Denmark and England played on the victorious Euro 1992 for the Danes – that meeting ended 0: 0.
- For the first time, the British can reach the final of the European Championship, the Danes played there once and took the title (1992).
- England is playing the Euro for the 10th time and took the bronze medal only once.
- England are missing 932 minutes at Wembley.
- During this segment, 31 balls flew into the gates of their rivals.
- The Three Lions have never lost at Wembley in a major tournament in regular time.
QUOTES OF BOOKMEKERS
- England Pass: 1.35
- Denmark Pass: 3.25
The British never missed Euro at this and played very strictly from behind against Ukraine, but Denmark is a team of a completely different level. The Danes will act clearly sharper and will certainly not allow Pickford to chill at the gate. The odds for the option “both will score” is delicious – 2.19. He was simply created to take a little risk and finally see the ball in the net of the Three Lions (who will definitely score with their attack).