Euro 2020 - Semi-Finals - Everything you need to know.

After another exciting round of matches, we now know the semi-final matchups.


Quarter-final results:

Switzerland 1-1 Spain (Spain won 3-1 on penalties).

Yann Sommer had the best performance of the tournament but his teammates, unfortunately, messed up during penalties.



Cesar Azpilicueta celebrates alongside teams Rodri, Serio Busquets and the rest of the Spanish national team
Look what it means to Dave!!

Belgium 1-2 Italy.

What a spectacle this game was. Nicolò Barella and Lorenzo Insigne scored the goals to put The #Azzuri through to the semi-finals.



Roberto Mancini and the entire Italian national team huddle in the middle of the pitch after defeating Belgium in the euro 2020 Quarter-finals
No team has the spirit the Italians have.

Czech Republic 1-2 Denmark.

#Denmarks' fairytale continues, it was not pretty, they got the result needed. Thomas Delaney and Kasper Dahlbergs' were enough to see the Danes through.



Thomas Delaney, Martin Braithwaite, and Andreas Christensen celebrate taking Denmark through to the euro 2020 semi-final
Just look what it means to them.

Ukraine 0-4 England.

Harry Kane continued his scoring feats with a further two goals, then Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson scored the goals their dominating performance deserved.

Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling, Mason Mount, Harry Kane, and Declan Rice huddling during England's win against Ukraine to reach the euro 2020 semi-final
England star players huddling

What does this mean for the euro 2020 semi-finals?

First semi-final - #Italy vs #Spain

Second semi-final - England vs Denmark

Where and when will they take place?

The Italy vs Spain match will take place on Tuesday 6th July at 8 pm 2021.

The England vs Denmark match will take place on Wednesday 7th July at 8 pm 2021.

Both games will take place at Englands' #Wembley stadium.

Photograph of Wembley stadium and the Iconic Wembley archway
The beautiful Wembley stadium

How many fans are allowed inside Wembley?

A total of 60,000 fans will be allowed into the stadium due to an improved public health situation in England.

There were 20,000 fewer fans at Englands' last home game against #Germany, and we all know how incredible the atmosphere was for that game.

As a neutral, I cannot wait for the games to start.

Who are the tournament #favourites?

Fans have so far bet over £5 million on England winning the tournament.

Here are the odds according to #Betfair,

  • England 7/5

  • Italy 21/10

  • Spain 3/1

  • Denmark 9/1

Here are the odds according to #SkyBet,



  • England 11/8

  • Italy 21/10

  • Spain 14/5

  • Denmark 9/1

Here are the odds according to #Paddypower,



  • England 7/5

  • Italy 21/10

  • Spain 3/1

  • Denmark 9/1




The odds are very similar across the board, so who's your money on?

Thanks for reading and all the support recently, which genuinely means the world to me.

Dan.

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