Denmark and England meet in League A Group 2 of the Nations League. This will be the 22nd meeting between the sides, with England winning 13 of the previous encounters. Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the latest match.
What time does Denmark vs England kick-off?
The Nations League match gets underway at 7.45pm BST on Tuesday, September 8.
What TV channel is Denmark vs England on?
Live coverage of the game will be shown on Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football throughout the UK.
How to live stream Denmark vs England?
Existing customers can stream the action using the Sky Go app, which is available to download across mobiles, tablets, computers and games consoles.
However, there is also a way for non-subscription holders to watch the game.
Fans can purchase Sky Sports passes through NOW TV, which will provide access to Premier League coverage.
A daily pass costs £9.99, while a monthly pass is available for £33.99.
What has been said?
Kasper Hjulmand, Denmark coach: “We have to learn from [Saturday’s 2-0 loss against Belgium]. And then we must be ready to meet England on Tuesday.
“We really missed the fans. But when I look back on the first week with the players, it has been a good experience.
“The players are fantastic to work with, and I am already looking forward to the next matches.”
Gareth Southgate, England manager: “We had probably the most creative players in English football on the pitch [in Saturday’s 1-0 win against Iceland].
“But everybody has to understand that players, whether they’ve had a two-week break or they’re into their pre-season period, that sharpness in the final third is going to be the last bit to come.
“So against a really stubborn, packed defence it’s a difficult challenge.”
Denmark vs England latest odds
A spokesperson for thepools.com said: “Woken up yet? After the drudgery in Iceland, Tuesday night’s Nations League trip to Copenhagen should be altogether livelier.
“Depleted Iceland sat rigidly behind the ball and invited England to break them down. Until time added on they couldn’t.
“But with players like Christian Eriksen, Yussuf Poulsen, Martin Braithwaite and Kasper Dolberg in their line up the Danes have scored in nine of their last 11 games and will fancy their chances of making it 10 in 12.
“They are 13/5 to beat England (28%), but we prefer the away win at 11/10 (48%) – with Danes’ attacking enterprise leaving space for Sterling, Sancho, Kane and co to exploit.
“England have conceded in eight of their last 14 matches away from Wembley so BTTS and Either side to win at 8/5 (38.5%) is appealing.
“Harry Kane is 10/3 first scorer (23%) and 11/10 anytime (48%), and but for some poor officiating on Saturday he’d have landed that bet. We’re backing him again.”
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