England vs Denmark betting tips: Back both teams to score at Wembley, Sterling to net again

ENGLAND have got the nation dreaming after a superb 4-0 win over Ukraine in Rome.

The Three Lions following up their Germany triumph with another excellent victory – and a FIFTH clean-sheet on the bounce.

All eyes are on Wembley as Southgate’s side face Denmark

Fans are back in the stands and the country is right behind the Three Lions, who are looking to end 55 years of hurt by winning a major trophy.

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England were one of the ante-post favourites to lift the cup and SunSport is on hand to bring you the very best England bets ahead of a jam-packed month.

England top scorer

There’s plenty of attacking flair in this Southgate side, even if he’s sometimes criticised for blunting it to shield his defence.

All of England’s play is garnered towards providing for their main forward.

And Harry Kane looks back to his best after a brace against Ukraine, taking his goal tally to three for the tournament.

Kane is back in the goals after a slow start to the competition

Kane is back in the goals after a slow start to the competitionCredit: EPA

Raheem Sterling was the odds-on market leader to top the England scoring charts after three goals against Croatia, Czech Republic and Germany.

But we hope you got on Kane as we suggested before Ukraine, because his price has plummeted from 7/2 to 4/9.

As such, it might be best to look elsewhere if you’re looking for value.

Sterling looks at the top of his game and provides a constant goal threat, turning provider in Rome.

Don’t rule him out back at Wembley – where he dominates – so get the 7/4 on him topping the England charts before it goes.

Semi finals – England vs Denmark (Wednesday, 8pm)

Just 180 minutes away from ending 55 years of misery.

Gareth Southgate’s side were superb against the Ukrainians, scoring early and then finishing off their opponents with a brilliant one-two punch after half-time.

Their game management in that Rome clash was on point – and no players picked up a booking, giving the Three Lions boss a full squad to pick from.

Denmark were always tipped up as dark horses for this tournament.

Southgate has gambled with his tactics in the competition so far - and it's paid off

Southgate has gambled with his tactics in the competition so far – and it’s paid offCredit: Getty

But the way they have responded to Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest – and subsequently bounced back from two group game defeats – is remarkable.

Momentum is key in these tournaments and both teams have that in spades.

As such, we’re expecting this to be the Three Lions toughest test of the tournament so far.

Germany don’t have the team spirit or drive that this Denmark team currently possess, even if they had the names.

And we’re not confident that England can keep out the Danes for the full 90 minutes on what could prove an emotional occasion.

After five clean sheets on the spin, Jordan Pickford will be targeting a sixth.

He had a couple of mental blocks against Ukraine, at one point dashing out 40 yards before spooning his clearance straight up in the air.

In Kasper Dolberg the Danes have a striker in form and we’re backing them to score at Wembley.

But that doesn’t mean England won’t reach the final on July 11.

Both teams to score is an excellent 11/10 and will be a great bet-builder top up.

England love it at Wembley and there will be 60,000 in to cheer them on.

Southgate’s men know how to tough things out and we reckon despite a blot on the copybook, they still qualify at 2/7.

If you want a goalscorer, it’s worth having a play on Raheem Sterling again.

Kane might be back in the goals, but Wembley is Raheem’s place – he’s 13/5 to score anytime, which is huge for England’s best player so far at this tournament.

SunSport’s best bets

  • Both teams to score – 11/10
  • England to qualify for Euro 2020 final – 2/7
  • Raheem Sterling to net fourth goal of tournament – 13/5

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