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Semi-finals clashes set for EURO 2020

We are now down to the semi-finals of the EURO 2020, where four teams clash with each other. It started on 11th June, and now only a couple pairs of teams are in the competition, who will fight to be the winners of this championship. The semi-finals will take place on 7th and 8th July, at Wembley Stadium, respectively. Check out the teams that will collide with each other, and who has the great win predictability.

Italy vs Spain

Two of the best teams of EURO 2020, i.e., Italy and Spain will lock horns with each other in the first semi-final of the tournament, on 7th July at 12:30 AM. Both of the teams have been incredible in their performance so far, with Spain having 12 goals scored, and Italy with 11 goals scored, being first and second in the list of most goals scored by a team this season, respectively.

From Spain, eyes will be significantly on Ferran Torres, Alvaro Morata, and Pablo Sarabia, for their performance so far. On the other hand, Ciro Immobile, Matteo Pessina, Manuel Locatelli, and Lorenzo Insigne will earn special attraction. Both the teams are in good form, and the match remains in the predictability of 50-50 till now.

England vs Denmark

England also showed their dominance in the EURO 2020, and they are a strong contender for winning the title this year. They have scored 8 goals all over, and eyes will be especially on Raheem Sterling and the England captain Harry Kane for the brilliance they have shown till now.

Denmark has also been good in this season of EURO 2020. Kasper Dolberg who has been magnificent in his performance so far is expected to keep up his consistency in the semi-finals as well. Also, Joakim Maehle and Yussuf Poulsen, are expected to support him, and take Denmark to the finals and win the EURO title for the second time, after 1992.

Both England and Denmark are pretty good teams, and also performed well in the tournament, but the win predictability in between them will slightly be in England’s for. They will collide with each other on 8th July at 12:30 AM.

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