Watch Euro 2020 England vs Denmark Free Live Soccer Streams Reddit: Game Preview, Bold Prediction, Odds, Picks, Team News, Facts

The Wembley Stadium is set to host the second back to back Semi Final of the Euro 2020 and there can’t be a better way than hosting the home team England against Denmark. The Euro is almost at it’s closing stage and this is the penultimate game of the tournament. Gareth Southgate’s team has been the darkhorse of the competition and here they come to fight for their bragging rights for the final.

Denmark on the other hand are making their country and their talisman Christian Eriksen proud at every stage. It’ll be a mistake on England’s side if they underestimate Denmark in the game, and in doing so the result could be fatal.

Kick-off Timing

Date: July 7, 2021.
Time: 03:00 PM on ET, 07:00 on GMT.
Stadium: Wembley Stadium, London, United Kingdom.

Wembley Stadium.
The Wembley Stadium is all set to host the Semi Final match between England and Denmark. (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

How to watch England vs Denmark live stream free online?

You may find many ways to watch online, but most of them may ask for payment after few moments, or some may show advertisements ridiculously. That is why we searched for the best free streaming sites for UEFA Euro 2020. The following websites will get you uninterrupted, free online streaming:

How to watch Euro 2020 live soccer streams on smart TV, 4K in HD?

The free streaming sites will not telecast in 4K HD. Hence you will need a premium subscription to watch the Euro in 4K HD on your smart TV. However, you will get many paid options to watch the Euro 2021 matches, but you may also face difficulties finding the cheap one. We have sorted out the cheapest TV channels from different countries. Find them out below:

Where To Watch Euro 2020 Live from USA?

TV Channels: ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 (all 51 matches)

Spanish Language TV: Univision, TUDN (11 of 51 matches)

Online Streaming: fuboTV (all 51 matches), ESPN app / ABC app, PrendeTV /

Where To Watch Euro 2020 Live from UK?

TV Broadcasting: BBC One (All 51 matches will be aired live)

Online Livestreaming: BBC iPlayer and ITV (all 51 will be live-streamed for free)

Where To Watch Euro 2020 Live from Canada?

TV Broadcasting: TSN, TSN2 (All matches will be covered on TSN, but will require a premium membership for few matches which will be aired on TSN2 only)

CTV (Only the weekend matches will be aired, which includes the Final)

Online Livestreaming: TSN app (All 51 matches will be live-streamed but requires a subscription)

Where To Watch Euro 2020 Live from Asia?

TV Broadcasting: Sony Ten (All 51 matches will be aired and even in the regional languages)

Online Livestream: SonyLIV (All 51 matches will be available)

England vs Denmark Bold Prediction

England being the darkhorse of this competition and playing at home, they’re already the favourites to win this tie. However, it’ll be stupid for them to take Denmark for granted as there’s a reason why they’re no. 10 in FIFA World ranking. It’s gonna be an interesting match but England will have the edge.

Predictions: England 3, Denmark 1

Odds and Picks

Pick of the day is England, the home team.


England win: 1.75
Draw: 3.60
Denmark win: 5.25

Please Note: Odds via Bet365, we don’t promote any kind of Gambling. Therefore, all decisions are up to you.

Denmark National Team
The Danish players practice before they take on England in the semi final fixture of Euro 2020. (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

Team News


Harry Maguire, Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips managed to avoid booking in the last game and saved them from being banned in the semis. So these three players are likely to feature in the team.

Injury: Bukayo Saka (Unsure about his return)

Suspension: None.


Denmark are likely to put in the unchanged XI from their victory against Czech Republic. With Dolberg up in the attacking line up, Leipzig striker Poulsen can well acy as the backup. Defender Kjaer is fit and fine to play this crucial game.

Injury: Christian Eriksen.

Suspension: None.

Possible Line-ups

England: Pickford; Walker, Stones, Maguire, Shaw; Rice, Phillips; Saka, Mount, Sterling; Kane.

Tactics: 4-2-3-1 (Possibly)

Denmark: Schmeichel; Vestergaard, Christensen, Kjaer; Stryger Larsen, Delaney, Hojbjerg, Maehle; Damsgaard, Dolberg, Braithwaite.

Tactics: 3-4-2-1 (Possibly)

Referee: Danny Desmond Makkelie (Netherlands)

Facts about England and Denmark

England have come into the Semi Final after crushing Ukraine by 4-0 Margin in the Quarter Final and beating their long time rivals Germany by 2-0 margin for the first time in 20 years. England are still unbeaten in the tournament and are ranked 4 in the FIFA World ranking.

Denmark on the other hand have edged past Czech Republic in the Quarter Final and crushed Wales in the last 16. Both the sides are somehow evenly matched but on pen and paper, England are way stronger.

Head to Head

England wins: 12
Draw: 5
Denmark wins: 4

Last Meeting: England 0-1 Denmark.

England National Team
The English players are practicing before their match against Denmark. (Image Courtesy: Getty Images)

Players to Watch Out For


Harry Kane: The Spurs striker has scored 3 important goals for his team to far and is likely to be on the scoresheet.

Raheem Sterling: This Manchester City forward has been on the scoresheet thrice and there’s a high chance of him doing it once again.

Luke Shaw: With 3 assists to his name already, the Manchester United left back is on fierce form both in defending and attacking.


Kasper Dolberg: Poulsen’s injury has given rise to this beast and Denmark can’t thank him enough for his 3 goals already.

Yussuf Poulsen: Denmark’s most deadly weapon, the Leipzig forward has scored two goals already in the tournament.

Kasper Schmeichel: Solid at the goal, the Leicester City goalkeeper will have hard times at the goal and he seems to be very much ready for the challenge.

Sabyasachi Biswas

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Content Writer for SportsZion. Covering F1, Tennis, MotoGP, eSports and Soccer. A hardcore Madridista. Also happen to love the fast lanes of F1 and MotoGP. And currently missing the legacy of Roger Federer.


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