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Euro Cup |  England and Denmark head to semi-finals today, rivals Ukraine and Czech Republic

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There are two quarterfinals in the Euro Cup today. In the first match at 9.30 am, Denmark will face the Czech Republic while in the second match, England will face Ukraine. The match can be watched live on Sony channels. Fans are eagerly awaiting England’s unbeaten run in the tournament today.

England came in with complete confidence. England, who have yet to concede a goal in the tournament, will still try to win with a clean sheet. They advanced by defeating a strong Germany in the pre-quarter. The performance of their superstars also gives great strength to the team. Hurricane also opened the scoring in the final game. Sterling is also in form. Mason Mount and Chilwell have returned after isolation. Mason Mount is also likely to return to the starting XI.

But Ukraine’s defensive line is likely to make it harder for England as well. Ukraine This is the first Euro Cup quarter final. Ukraine advanced to the quarterfinals after beating Sweden in an exciting match in the pre-quarterfinals. The last time the two teams met was in 2013. The match ended in a goalless draw.

Denmark and the Czech Republic, who had the best wins in the pre-quarters, will meet in the first match today. This is the first time since 2004 that Denmark has reached the quarterfinals of the Euro Cup. Denmark defeated Wales by four goals in the last round. Denmark are the only team to score more than six goals in every game played. Denmark have conceded eight goals in their last two matches. Denmark, who won the Euro in 1992, are trying to repeat it.

But the Czech Republic, on the other hand, has a strong line to fight. The overthrow of the mighty Netherlands in the pre-quarter boosts their confidence. The Czech Republic, who started the tournament by beating Scotland, also drew with the mighty Croatia. The last time the Czech team reached a Euro Cup semi-final was in 2004. The last time the two teams met was in 2016. The two teams drew 1-1 that day. The Czech team has lost to Denmark only twice in the last 25 matches. While Denmark may claim a slight advantage in direct competition, the outcome of the match in its current form is unpredictable.

Published by:
Sarath Mohanan

First published:
July 3, 2021, 3:59 PM IST

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