Sterling brings England back level! Or is it an own-goal?
It is an own-goal. Kjaer the culprit as he tried to clear Saka’s pass to Sterling.
England 1-1 Denmark
2 hours ago (19:32 GMT)
Shaw fouls outside the box. Free-kick to Denmark.
And Damsgaard scores!
England concede their first goal of Euro 2020… just as we mentioned Pickford’s achievements… (sorry)
England 0-1 Denmark
2 hours ago (19:30 GMT)
721 – Jordan Pickford has set a new record for an England goalkeeper for most minutes without conceding, overtaking Gordon Banks’ 720 minutes set between May/July 1966. Unbreakable. #ENGDEN#EURO2020pic.twitter.com/Thlx5Um8oc
Here we go. Denmark get us started from left to right.
3 hours ago (18:55 GMT)
Players on the pitch now
Five minutes to go. Enough talk, let’s get this underway.
3 hours ago (18:52 GMT)
Your predictions have arrived
England staying, Denmark going home (no, not THAT tune).
That’s what our Twitter followers have predicted, at least. What would Paul the Octopus have predicted if he was alive?
3 hours ago (18:50 GMT)
‘Denmark here on merit’
Former Denmark and Manchester United goal-keeper Peter Schmeichel reminds everyone that Denmark have “been playing really good football, entertaining, scoring goals, winning points, conceding few goals”.
“We are in the semi-final on merit. In Denmark now there are more people following football and watching this game than ever before. But I don’t think the team has got wings from that incident – they have been at this quality level for a while and I’m hopeful for tonight,” he told BBC Radio 5 Live.
It’s remarkable that England have not conceded a single goal in the tournament so far – that’s five clean sheets.
They started off not scoring too many either – two goals in the three group matches. But scored six in the two knockouts, including a 2-0 win over Germany… much to the dismay of the ‘psychic’ elephant who predicted a German win!
5 hours ago (17:04 GMT)
With just under two hours left to kick-off, now is as good a time as any to get your predictions in.
Will it be England? Will it be Denmark?
Just the two options (it’s a knockout). Vote now 👇
Who will win tonight’s #EURO2020 semi-final at Wembley? 👇