Victory would secure the England men’s team's first appearance in the final of a major football tournament since their 1966 World Cup win.
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Following the success of Saturday's game, which saw England beat Ukraine 4-0, Lancashire footie fans are eagerly awaiting another epic televised event.
England manager Gareth Southgate will need no reminders about the threat on the horizon tonight - as it is just nine months since the Danes claimed a 1-0 win at Wembley in the Nations League.
But if England can win again, it will bring more much-needed cheer to fans businesses who have had a torrid time during the coronavirus pandemic.
It is the first time the mens team has made it to the semi-final of a European Championship since an ill-fated penalty shoot-out defeat to Germany at Euro 96.