Semi-finals: England - Denmark

Who wins?


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England is the favourite. No doubt. They don't let people travel into their country without letting them be in isolation for at least 5 days. It means that the Danish supporters can't show up in Wembley. We hope the 5000 Danish nationals living in England will do their very best instead. The matches should be played in a country with equal possibilities for all supporters.

Anyway, we will have a party in Denmark.

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In the US, this match is on ESPN and TUDN @3:00pm EDST.
 
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I don't get why England is getting so many home games. Weren't these games supposed to be spread out all over?
 

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Definitely rooting for Denmark here. Obviously the sympathy vote this EC. And I don't appreciate teams getting huge and unfair advantages like playing almost every game at home.
 

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If we don't win this game and the Euro's this year, we'll never win it. Squad is decent including depth and have been gifted the opportunity to play 99% of the games at Wembley and I think even the final will be held there.

It's no coincidence that the two teams who haven't lost yet and have been among the best performers have had the home stadium advantage (England at Wembley and Italy at Olimpico).
 
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Italy hasn't played at home since the groups.

The problem is with the constant traveling and the distances.

The Danish team has to go from freaking Baku to London now. The Brits may have the audacity to quarantine them for a couple of days before they get their first training session lol
 

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I'm pretty sure this fairytale will come to an end in this match, but regardless of that, this Euro's have been quite the phenomenon in Denmark. Rarely, if ever, have I experienced such a collective thrill and emotional cohesion in the Danish society.

Mostly because of the tragic way it all started with Christian's horrific cardiac arrest, but also because of how the Danish squad has handled the situation.

I'm not really a sentimental kind of guy, and I've watched all the matches at home in my couch, but even I feel that the players represent a quality that's hard to put into words and is uniquely Danish, which has made our country come together.

Still not a fan of Braithwaite.
 

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If we don't win this game and the Euro's this year, we'll never win it. Squad is decent including depth and have been gifted the opportunity to play 99% of the games at Wembley and I think even the final will be held there.

It's no coincidence that the two teams who haven't lost yet and have been among the best performers have had the home stadium advantage (England at Wembley and Italy at Olimpico).
Nations League actually helps Southgate by facing relative big teams and adapting the game. Historically England've had easy qualification in both WC and Euro even in tournament, both last WC and this Euro, they only faced Croatia (lost, in decline this Euro) and Germany (also in decline) to be so called tough opponents. Not a fan of his game but he takes pragmatic approach and it works for him so far, handles media well, I put them top of the list to win now.
 

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Hopefully this match is entertaining, my heart says Denmark, but my rum addled brain says England. Think I'll read "Hamlet" prior to the match.
 

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That's fantastic stuff right there.
 
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It is inevitable that England wins the tie. The hype is strong with this one.
 

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Come on you ABEs!
 
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