England will face Denmark in the UEFA Nations League Group A2 on Wednesday 14 October at 20:45 in London.
England vs Denmark: live accumulation
Where can I watch the game on TV?
Fans can find local UEFA Nations League broadcast partners here
While they are standing
• England conceded for the first time in seven games, beating Belgium 2-1 on Sunday and ultimately earned a clear point at the top of Group A of League A.
• Denmark impressed with their 3-0 win in Iceland on Sunday and could join England with seven points with a win at Wembley.
• England's record W13 D5 L4 in 22 previous meetings with Denmark; The sides drew 0-0 in their first Group A2 match in Copenhagen in September.
• The teams' last game at Wembley was a friendly match in March 2014; England's Daniel Sturridge scored the only goal.
What the coaches say
England manager Gareth Southgate : “[In a 2-1 win against Belgium], every time they were beaten, there was another man to pick up. We had a period of 20 minutes, we were caught in overloads, and they went down one or two but passed by.
“It's always hard to know what kind of game [we can expect]. We handled the group's load very well all week, so no one played much. The beauty of the Nations League is that it is the top 16 teams. Europe – best against best. If we want to reach the semi-finals again, we must win against Denmark on Wednesday. ”
Kasper Hjulmand, Danish coach : “It was a close match in September. It was a bit like a pre-season game, so it's going to be a different dynamic this time around. I think we will see a more open match. We have only one player playing all the matches. over the first two games and this is Martin Braithwaite. The whole squad is fresh and ready, so I can take the same side that started against Iceland, but I can also change things. ”
15/11 : Denmark – Iceland
15/11 : Belgium – England