There will be 60,000 fans cheering Gareth Southgate’s men on against Denmark tonight and England are a best 3/8 with SBK to reach the final.
They are also odds-on for a win inside 90 minutes at 3/4 with the same firm so there’s little value to be had in backing another win for Southgate’s side.
The Danes are 9/2 with William Hill for a win inside 90 minutes and a generous 23/10 to qualify as they bid to repeat their surprise triumph at Euro 92.
The quarter-finals were profitable for me, with all four super singles landing in Denmark’s clash with the Czechs and another two trapping in England’s stroll against Ukraine.
But I tipped goals for the Danes and another clean sheet for Jordan Pickford so something will have to give in tonight’s semi.
England have yet to concede at the finals and Denmark have netted in every game since the trauma of losing 1-0 to Finland after Christian Eriksen’s collapse.
England scored three headers against Ukraine while Denmark’s opener against the Czechs was also nodded home.
That makes the 2/1 on offer at William Hill for a header to be scored a decent option.
Harry Kane has three goals in his last two games and the 31/18 on offer at SBK for another strike tonight looks great value.
For a long-odds option the England skipper is 5/1 at Bet365 to be named UEFA’s Man of the Match.
- England have just five corners from their last two matches while Denmark have racked up 16 so the Danes look overpriced at 11/5 with Paddy Power to win most corners.