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England v Denmark: All the Odds on One of Wembley's Biggest Nights

England v Denmark: All the Odds on One of Wembley's Biggest Nights

Euro 2020 has been a hugely memorable tournament, with action taking place across a range of different venues. However, as the competition draws to a close, there is no denying that Wembley Stadium is now centre stage.

The stadium is the location of the final, but, ahead of that, it is also hosting the semis – with one fixture really standing out. England's clash with Denmark looks set to be an exciting and tense affair and there are some fascinating odds in relation to how the action could go.

Many markets

Betfair features a range of information on the upcoming match on its England v Denmark: What are the Odds of England beating Denmark? page. It outlines how Harry Kane and the side are 4/1 to win the match 1-0. In contrast, Denmark are 11/1 to achieve the same score line in their favour.

There are also a huge number of other markets to consider in relation to the match, including different specials on shots on target and individual players. There are even odds on a range of eventualities occurring. For instance, odds of 4/1 are offered on there being three or more goals, three or more cards and nine or more corners. You can also get 11/2 on either team winning the semi in extra time.

Betfair also features some head-to-head stats and these make for interesting reading ahead of the tie. For example, the most recent meetings between the teams have ended in a draw and a 1-0 victory for Denmark, so it is clear that England could find it tough during their big night at Wembley.

The biggest yet?

Of course, all the hype and excitement around the semi-final does beg one question – is this England v Denmark clash the biggest to be held at this new iteration of Wembley?

As we detail elsewhere, the stadium hosted its first match in 2007 and it has gone on to witness many major events through the years. The FA Cup Final is of course a regular date for the stadium, while it has also been the site of some memorable Champions League finals too. Stadiumguide.com details how it hosted the latter in both 2011 and 2013, with the first seeing Barcelona defeat Manchester United. The second saw Bayern Munich achieve success against their domestic rivals Borussia Dortmund.

It has also been the scene of some major non-sporting events as well. NME.com details how many famous names have performed at the stadium, with George Michael and Muse being among the first.

A step above?

All in all, it seems fairly conclusive that Wembley has enjoyed some big nights through the years. However, the overall significance of the England v Denmark semi-final arguably puts it one step above many of the other events.

The betting odds on offer have put an intriguing spotlight on potential outcomes in the game and fans of both countries will be hoping that events go in their favour. Whatever happens, Wembley is sure to be the perfect location for some real footballing drama.



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