Harry Maguire celebrates his goal after half-time that sent England towards victory over Ukraine

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England will face Denmark in the Euro 2020 semi-finals with a place in the final at stake.

Both teams won their quarter-finals – Denmark against Czech Republic in Baku, before Gareth Southgate’s side triumphed over Ukraine in Rome.

Here’s all you need to know.

When is it?

England vs Denmark will be the second Euro 2020 semi-final at Wembley, taking place on Wednesday July 7.

What time is kick-off?

It’s an 8pm BST start.

What TV channel is it on?

The semi-finals are yet to be decided, but it will either be BBC and ITV. BBC have broadcast the last two England matches, therefore making it likely ITV will show this one.

What is the team news?

Bukayo Saka was not in England’s squad for the game against Ukraine after carrying a ‘slight knock’.

Gareth Southgate otherwise had a fully fit squad to choose from having brought Jadon Sancho in for his first start and Mason Mount back into the side.

Yellow cards are also wiped for the semi-finals, meaning Declan Rice, Kalvin Phillips, Phil Foden and Harry Maguire can breathe a little easier.

You can pick your team here.

Pick your England team to face Denmark

Full team news will appear around 90 minutes before kick-off.

What is England’s semi-final record?

  • Played 5
  • Won 1
  • Lost 4
  • England goals 5
  • Goals against 6

1966 World Cup: England 2-1 Portugal (Wembley)

Bobby Charlton’s double put England through to face Germany in a final they would win, with Nobby Stiles doing a superb job keeping the great Eusebio quiet

Euro 68: England 0-1 Yugoslavia (Florence)

A late goal from Dragan Dzajic knocked the world champions out in Florence. Until last night this was the only previous time England had reached the semi-finals in back-to-back tournaments

1990 World Cup: Germany 1-1 England (Germany win 4-3 on penalties) (Turin)

Heartbreak in Turin for Bobby Robson’s side as Stuart Pearce and Chris Waddle missed penalties in the shoot-out

Euro 96: Germany 1-1 England (Germany win 6-5 on penalties) (Wembley)

Gareth Southgate missed the sudden-death penalty as England’s bid to triumph on home soil ended in disappointment against the Germans

2018 World Cup: England 1-2 Croatia (after extra-time) (Moscow)

Kieran Trippier’s free-kick had looked to put Gareth Southgate’s side on their way but Ivan Perisic took it to extra-time before Mario Mandzukic won it.

Denmark celebrate their win over Czech Republic

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What are Telegraph writers saying?

Physically strong, tactically flexible and emotionally charged, Denmark are a formidable force and they will take some stopping in the final week of this tournament, writes Sam Dean. You can read his report from Denmark’s quarter-final win here.

What are the odds?

  • England – TBC
  • Denmark – TBC

What is our prediction?

Denmark have impressed throughout Euro 2020, particularly given the events of their first game where Christian Eriksen collapsed. England are growing increasingly strong in the tournament and are still yet to concede a goal. With an enormous Wembley support behind them should edge this and reach their first major tournament final since 1966. England 2 Denmark 1 (AET)