Euro 2020 TV Schedule USA: England vs. Denmark Kickoff Time, How to Watch Live

England face Denmark in the second semifinal of Euro 2020 on Wednesday, looking to reach the final of a major tournament for the first time in 55 years.

The Three Lions' first and hitherto only appearance in a game with a major trophy at stake came in 1966, when they defeated West Germany in the World Cup final.

As was the case then, England will have the support of a raucous partisan crowd on Wednesday, with approximately 60,000 of the 66,000 fans that will pack Wembley Stadium in London expected to be English.

"For them [the players] it's just the next of a number of big games. I'm not worried about the occasion, we had that with the opening game [against Croatia] and we dealt with that," England coach Gareth Southgate told The Guardian.

"We had that with the Germany game, and we dealt with that. I've got total trust in them."

Harry Kane and Kasper Dolberg
England's forward Harry Kane (L) in Rome on July 3 and Denmark's forward Kasper Dolberg (R) in Amsterdam on June 26 during Euro 2020. England take on Denmark at Wembley on July 7, 2021 in the semifinal of Euro 2020. Olaf Kraak/Alberto Lingria/ POOL/ AFP/Getty Images

Having reached the semifinals of the 2018 World Cup in Russia, England are hoping to go a step further and return to Wembley on Sunday, July 11 for the final against Italy.

The Azzurri defeated Spain 4-2 in a penalty shootout in the tournament's first semifinal on Tuesday.

England are yet to concede a goal in the tournament and return to Wembley after a brief foray in Rome for the quarterfinals delivered an emphatic 4-0 over Ukraine, courtesy of a brace from Harry Kane, as well as goals from Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson.

If England's quest to end a 55-year wait for a first major tournament triumph was one of the dominant themes before the tournament had even begun, Denmark's fairytale run has become one of the main storylines of Euro 2020.

No strangers to spring a surprise in a major tournament (as their Euro 1992 triumph testifies), Denmark's progress at Euro 2020 has been made all the more special by coming after the team experienced the trauma of midfielder Christian Eriksen collapsing on the field following a cardiac arrest in their opening game.

Without their talisman, Denmark lost the first two games, before scoring eight goals in the next two games to beat Russia in the final group stage match, and then Wales in the Round of 16, respectively.

Last Saturday, the Danes overcame the Czech Republic 2-1 in Baku thanks to goals from Thomas Delaney and Kasper Dolberg, and they hope to spoil the party in London.

The Danes are in the "semifinals on merit not on sympathy, and it is not luck nor emotion that has brought us to Wembley," Peter Schmeichel, a European champion with Denmark in 1992 and the father of current Denmark goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, wrote in The Times on Wednesday.

"We are here due to one reason: we're a very good team.

"We have played extremely well and earned our place as one of the best four sides in the tournament."

Here's all you need to know ahead of Wednesday's game—including how to watch, and England vs. Denmark live stream details and Euro 2020 Bracket.

When is England vs. Denmark?

England face Denmark at 8 p.m. local time (3 p.m. ET) on Wednesday, July 7. The winner will play Italy in the final on Sunday, July 11.

Where is England vs. Denmark ?

England play Denmark at Wembley Stadium in London, which will also host the final on Sunday.

England have so far played every game at Wembley, bar the 4-0 quarterfinal thumping of Ukraine in Rome. For Denmark, meanwhile, it will be the first trip to London in this tournament.

Harry Kane against Ukraine
Thomas Delaney of Denmark
Harry Maguire and Declan Rice
Kasper Dolberg scores against Czech Republic
Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling
Thomas Delaney of Denmark
England and Denmark meet at Wembley in the Euro 2020 semifinals.

How to watch England vs. Denmark on TV and online

The game is broadcast on ESPN, with a live stream available on ESPN+ and via the ESPN app on mobile and tablets. The game will also be available via streaming services such as fuboTV and Sling TV, which both carry ESPN.

England vs. Denmark team news

According to The Guardian, England could replace Jadon Sancho with Bukayo Saka after the latter missed the quarterfinal win over Ukraine. Denmark, meanwhile, are expected to name the same starting XI that defeated Czech Republic.

England vs. Denmark odds

England are an 8-11 favorite to win in 90 minutes with William Hill, while Denmark are a 5-1 outsider and the draw is at 5-2.

England are 1-3 to advance the next round, while Denmark sit at 9-4.

The "yes" on both teams to score is at 6-5, while the "no" is at 8-13 and England captain Harry Kane is a 3-1 favorite to be the first goalscorer.