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EURO 2020 final: Italy to meet England

The UEFA EURO 2020 final is taking place at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday 11 July at 21:00 CET.

England have joined Italy in the UEFA EURO 2020 final, which will be played at Wembley Stadium in London on Sunday 11 July.

Previous meetings

Italy vs England

• The teams have faced each other 27 times, the Azzurri winning 11 to England’s eight, with eight draws.

• Italy failed to win any of the sides’ first eight meetings; England have managed a solitary win in the last seven.

• England suffered tournament-ending losses in both the teams’ previous EURO encounters. Marco Tardelli’s late goal earned the Azzurri hosts a 1-0 win in the 1980 group stage while Italy prevailed on penalties (remember Andrea Pirlo’s Panenka!) in the 2012 quarter-finals.

• Italy have never lost to England at a major finals, with 2-1 FIFA World Cup victories in 1990 (third-place play-off) and 2014 (group stage) on top of those EURO triumphs.

EURO 2020 SEMI-FINAL : England VS Denmark


England 20:00  Denmark (All times are UK)

Venue: Wembley Stadium


Gareth Southgate has challenged his England players to make history by beating Denmark to reach the European Championship final for the first time.

England are one win away from a first major tournament final since 1966 after reaching the semi-finals of Euro 2020.

They face Denmark in front of a 60,000 crowd at Wembley on Wednesday.

“We don’t have as good a football history as we like to believe sometimes,” said Southgate. “These players are making massive strides.”

The last time England reached a major tournament final was when they lifted the World Cup 55 years ago. They have never got further than the semi-final stage in a European Championship.

However, there is mounting excitement – and hope has turned to expectation – that Southgate’s side can finally triumph.

England, who also ended a 55-year wait for a knockout tie victory over Germany with their last-16 success, are the highest-ranked side still left in the tournament.

“We’ve broken down barriers in this tournament and we have another opportunity to do that tomorrow,” added Southgate.

“We have never been to a European Championship final so we can be the first England team to do that which is really exciting.”

Southgate said knowing the country was behind the team is a “great feeling for us”.

Cars and homes are decked out with England flags while pubs have been given permission to stay open an extra 45 minutes until 23:15 BST on Sunday, in case the final at Wembley – which kicks-off at 20:00 – goes to extra time and penalties.

“We are ready for the game, the players are ready, they have got tremendous experience themselves having been in this situation before,” added Southgate, who led England to the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup.

“Our preparations have been calm and we know we are playing a very good opponent. It’s going to be a really tight game and an exciting game for everybody.”

Southgate is confident his players can handle the pressure against Denmark, who won the European Championship in 1992.

“We have had expectation during the whole tournament and I think we dealt with that really well in the opening game, for example, and the game with Germany,” he said.

“But we have never been to a final so the pressure is whatever you choose it to be really. It’s a motivating thing, a challenge for us.

“If we were a country that had won five titles and had to match what had gone before then I might feel differently. But we’re not. Denmark have won it so maybe there is more pressure on them to replicate that.”

England supporters have been serenading their team through the tournament with chants of ‘Football’s Coming Home’, the anthem that first became popular when the Three Lions reached the last four of Euro 96.

Asked what it would mean to ruin England’s dreams of Euro glory on home soil, Denmark keeper Kasper Schmeichel said: “Has it ever been home? I don’t know. Have you ever won it?”

But England captain Harry Kane said the team was in a strong position to put that right.

“He’s right in terms it hasn’t ‘come home’ in this competition for us, but we’re in a great position in that we are two games away,” added Kane.

“It’s important our focus is on Wednesday night and is about us and what we can do. We know if we can get it right then it should be enough to get us over the line.”

Superstar Experts of EURO Cup 2021

List of superstar experts last week
Atticus Adrian 11 winning streaks and 100% win rate

Atticus Adrian, one of the best experts in our app, had an amazing performance last week. 11 winning streaks, 100% win rate in the last 7 days and 976% profit rate, all of which could shock us. Atticus said he had the confidence to always keep the superstar of our app and keep his winning streaks. But words are too unpersuasive than results.

Wilda Murray 1054% profit rate

Wilda Murray had an excellent performance recently. He got 8 hits in 10 matches in his last 10 picks. What’s more even noteworthy is that his profit in the last 7 days has been up to 1054%! Followers of him must have won a lot, don’t you guys? However, what we need to pay attention is his following performance. After all, we need an eternal superstar!

Three key battles: Italy vs Spain

Where could the game be won and lost? Our team reporters analyse the first semi-final.

Italy take on Spain in the opening UEFA EURO 2020 semi-final, having scored 23 goals between them in getting this far.

Neither side have lost a game at the finals yet; could these head-to-head contests decide whose unbeaten run will end at Wembley?

Jorginho vs Sergio Busquets

Paolo Menicucci, Italy reporter
Team-mates call Jorginho ‘Il Professore’ or ‘Radio Jorginho’ because of the continuous instructions the 29-year-old gives during games, nicknames that would probably suit Busquets too. Watch closely and you can see all the tiny but crucial contributions Chelsea’s deep-lying playmaker makes. “He lets us all play better,” said team-mate Manuel Locatelli. When it comes to footballing IQ, Busquets is also at genius level, so both teams will have a great orchestra conductor on the pitch.

Graham Hunter, Spain reporter
Jorginho possesses loads of skills which are akin to those of Sergio Busquets. Just take note of the fact that Pep Guardiola, at Manchester City, wanted to take on the Italian midfield organiser before Chelsea beat him to the deal.

Guardiola was the man who ‘discovered’ Busquets; the midfielder was about to be ushered out when the coach took over at Barcelona and he has been looking for a younger replica of the 32-year-old ever since he left the club. Busquets has revitalised Spain since returning for the Slovakia game, but will Jorginho’s greater athleticism and mobility give him the edge in midfield?

Giorgio Chiellini and Leonardo Bonucci vs Álvaro Morata

Paolo Menicucci, Italy reporter

Up against Belgium’s Romelu Lukaku in the last round, Italy’s veteran centre-backs (combined age: 70) came out with their usual masterclass in the art of defending. That was a physical duel, something Chiellini and Bonucci love, but their Juventus team-mate Morata presents a very different challenge. Spain’s No7 knows everything about Italy’s centre-backs, and can also cause plenty of problems with his constant movement. It will be a different kind of contest to the one with Lukaku, and not necessarily an easier one for Azzurri’s two defensive lions.

Graham Hunter, Spain reporter
At Juventus, Morata took regular chiding from Chiellini and Bonucci about the toughness of his character because they wanted him to realise his full potential. Morata is still happy-go-lucky, but the striker has matured since EURO 2016, when he was taken off with 20 minutes left of Spain’s 2-0 defeat against the Azzurri. He had a soupçon of revenge, scoring in a 3-0 European Qualifiers success a year later, but this is the test of tests. How ironic if it’s here, against his ‘maestri’, that Morata starts scoring freely again.

Gianluigi Donnarumma vs Unai Simón

Paolo Menicucci, Italy reporter
Donnarumma and Unai Simón have both showed two great qualities in goalkeepers during EURO 2020. For Simón, it was the ability to shake off mistakes; he needed a strong character to deal with his blunder from Pedri’s back pass against Croatia, but made heroic saves in that game before starring in the quarter-final shoot-out against Switzerland.

Donnarumma, meanwhile, has mastered maintaining focus after games when he may have felt like a non-paying spectator. Underemployed in the group stage (“I could have played those games,” said ex-Azzurri No1 Walter Zenga, now 61), he has stepped up since; Kevin De Bruyne may still be having nightmares about that save the Italy goalkeeper made against Belgium. “Gigio gives everyone security,” Zenga continued. “He can become the number one in the world.”

Graham Hunter, Spain reporter
At 24, Unai Simón is a couple of years older than Donnarumma, but he is way, way behind in terms of both club and international experience. When the Italian was making his AC Milan debut in Serie A – aged 16, in a 2-1 win over Sassuolo Calcio – Unai was still playing for Athletic’s feeder club, Basconia, in Spain’s fourth tier. Yet here they are today: two exceptional talents.

The Basque has more trophy wins: three to Donnarumma’s one, but the Italian has the higher profile by far. Where will he play his club football next season, after his contract with AC Milan expired? And will he, or Unai, have finished the summer by playing in a EURO final?

New superstars are rising up!

【Easywin】 6 winning streaks
【Wilda Murray】 1318% Profit
【Marcus Dater】 9 hits in 10

Getting winning streak is really difficult, don’t you guys think so? But Easywin did it. In his last 10 picks, he got a 6 winning streaks, which borke his record before. Anyway, he deserves a thumb-up!

Wilda Murray not only had 10 hits in 11 matches, but also improved his profit up to 1318%! He can always bring his followers surprises! “Betting is my interest,” he said, “I will devote myself to the betting world!” Let’s look forward to his better performance.

Marcus Dater and Wilda Murray are rivals and friends. They competed always and compared with each other in the picks performance. This time, the two enter the superstar list together, which means they are both professional and excellent: Marcus got 9 hits in 10 matches in the last 7 days. Well, we all hope they have a more intense competition.



Croatia 17:00 Spain

Venue: Telia Parken

Croatia head coach Zlatko Dalic says his side must “stand up to” Spain when they face each other in the last 16 of the European Championship on Monday.

World Cup runners-up Croatia are looking to reach the quarter-finals for the third time.

Three-time European champions Spain have failed to reach the last eight in their last three major tournaments.

They lost to Italy at this stage in 2016, while Croatia were defeated by eventual champions Portugal.

Croatia qualified for the knockout stages as runners-up of Group D, with one win in three games, while Spain finished second in Group E.

“Spain showed real quality against Slovakia,” said Croatia’s Dalic. “They are a young, fast, energetic team.

“They base their play on a high press with lots of passing, but we have our own qualities. It won’t be easy for them either.

“We can stand up to them. We will need to remember that attack can be a means of defence.”

Spain forward Dani Olmo spent five years at Croatian club Dinamo Zagreb and he says their opponents are “lion-hearted”.

“In every sport they play, Croatians are always very competitive, they are lion-hearted and give everything for their country,” he added.

“They really appreciate every objective they achieve. They have proven themselves in this Euros and in other tournaments, they thrive in difficult situations. There’s no favourite in this fixture, it’s anyone’s game.”

Croatia will be without Ivan Perisic after the 32-year-old winger tested positive for Covid-19.

The two sides kick-off at 17:00 BST in Copenhagen’s Parken Stadium, with the winner setting up a quarter-final tie with either France or Switzerland in St Petersburg on 2 July.


France 20:00 Switzerland

Venue: National Arena

France boss Didier Deschamps has warned his players should not “under-estimate” Switzerland and is preparing to overcome mounting injuries before Monday’s Euro 2020 last-16 tie.

Deschamps saw two left-backs – Lucas Hernandez and Lucas Digne – go off injured in their final group game against Portugal.

For Monday’s game in Bucharest, French media feel he will use a new formation.

It is thought Deschamps is considering a move to 3-5-2.

That would include Benjamin Pavard and midfielder Adrien Rabiot used as wing backs.

Deschamps – bidding to become the first man to win both the World Cup and European Championship as player and coach – has warned his side must simply “be at our best”.

“We mustn’t under-estimate them and it’s a knockout game so we’ll have to do everything we can to ensure we have smiles on our faces at the end of the match,” said Deschamps, 52.

“They’re a well-structured team and they have good attacking potential with Seferovic, Embolo and Shaqiri.”

France are unsure on the fitness of Digne and Hernandez, have lost Ousmane Dembele to a knee injury for the rest of the tournament, while Marcus Thuram and Thomas Lemar are also nursing injuries.

Juventus’ Rabiot is also carrying a knock but despite the mounting injuries, France are still big favourites to progress past a side who have not reached the last eight of a major tournament in 67 years. A quarter-final against Spain or Croatia awaits the winners.

Today’s European Cup


Czech Republic  17:00  Denmark

Venue: Baku Olympic Stadium

Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand says Saturday’s Euro 2020 quarter-final against the Czech Republic in Baku “is a chance we might never have again”.

The winner faces England or Ukraine at Wembley in the semi-finals.

The Danes have scored four goals in each of their last two games, including a 4-0 win over Wales in the last 16, while the Czechs upset the Netherlands.

Hjulmand, whose country won Euro ’92, said: “It’s many years’ work for lots of people.

“We want to make the most of this chance.”

Czech boss Jaroslav Silhavy says Denmark’s strength is their team spirit.

They had a strong bond even before midfielder Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest in their opening game with Finland. That galvanised them further, with Eriksen, 29, now recovering at home.

“The team, the Danish team and the team spirit,” Silhavy said when asked to name Denmark’s best player.

“That’s an immense power. The Danes don’t have superstars, but they form a great team together and their style is similar to ours.”

Neither side are likely to have too many fans in Baku, which is on the far south-eastern edge of Europe.

“It was fantastic, with all those Czech fans [in Budapest for the last round], and I’m afraid this will be a very different experience,” said Silhavy.

Midfielder Antonin Barak said: “I don’t understand this and I haven’t got over it yet.

“We won’t be able to get our fans and our families there. If we played in Copenhagen, they would be at home, but we could still get lots of Czech fans there.”


Ukraine 20:00 England

Venue: Olimpico

Winger Bukayo Saka suffered a “slight knock” in training on Friday but other than that the Three Lions have a fully-fit squad.

However, Southgate has to decide whether to keep the same starting line-up that played against Germany or make changes.

He implemented a 3-4-3 formation for the win against Germany and he must decide whether to revert to a back four.

Midfielder Jack Grealish came on as a substitute in that win with the score 0-0 before laying on the assist for Harry Kane to make it 2-0 after Raheem Sterling had opened the scoring.

Midfielder Mason Mount was an unused substitute after only just completing self-isolation, and could return to the side.

Four players would miss a potential semi-final if they receive a yellow card against Ukraine, including defender Harry Maguire and midfielders Kalvin Phillips and Declan Rice.

All three were booked against Germany and a second yellow would trigger an automatic ban for the next game. Forward Phil Foden was booked in the first group game against Croatia but did not play against Germany.

“We won’t make any decisions based on yellow cards,” added Southgate. “It would be an insult to Ukraine.”

Ukraine will be without forward Artem Besedin for approximately six months after suffering a knee ligament injury in the last-16 win over Sweden.

Captain Andriy Yarmolenko, who has scored two goals in four games at Euro 2020, was forced off in that game with an apparent injury but is hoping to be fit.

Yarmolenko is one of four players on a yellow card, with the other three Artem Dovbyk, who hit the 120th-minute winner against Sweden, Mykola Shaparenko and fellow midfielder Serhiy Sydorchuk.

Analysis of the results of Experts in European Cup 

[Archer Odalis]:He gets 6 hits of 6 EURO Cup recommended matches, which improves his profit rate up to 492%. Besides, he never lets us down. We pushed two of his picks yesterday, neither of them failed. He is always reliable. With stable and excellent performance this month, his monthly profit rate has been up to 919%. Look forward to his performance tonight.

[Adrienne Alesandro]:14 hits of 20 EURO Cup recommended matches, amazing, right? Adrienne did it. His profit rate has been up to 614% now! What’s worth mentioning is that he got a hit and a push in his two predictions of yesterday, both of which took his followers fat profit. In the last 7 days, his win rate is up to 75%, which also broke his own record. And today, he still kept his good condition and is fighting on EURO Cup.

[Evelyn Kitty]: Evelyn had an excellent performance in EURO Cup prediction: 13 hits of 20, and a high profit rate—-382%. He got one hit and one push in the two matches he predicted yesterday,and also, the two picks brought him great profit. His peak state came back again!

[Sportbets]: 7 hits of 10 EURO Cup recommended matches,and high win rate which is up to 70%, that’s his performance recently. Sportbets tipped a EURO Cup match yesterday. He placed England, Under. As expected, he won it.

[Bettingtogether]: 17 hits of 25 EURO Cup recommended matches. Bettingtogether still shows his sharp side. His profit has been up to 1022%.

[Cole Kilbridge]: 12 hits of 17 matches. Cole’s profit rate has been up to 568%. Although he had a bad condition in the last few days, he still tried his best to perform in EURO Cup. Looking forward his following picks.

[Juan Johnson]: He posted 22 picks of EURO Cup, in which 16 picks hit. His profit rate is up to 716% now. Juan is finding back his spirit, 4 winning streaks can show his condition.