England look to make it three wins from three on Wednesday night as they take on Denmark at Wembley in the Nations League.
A 3-0 friendly win over Wales last week and then a 2-1 victory over Belgium on Sunday in the Nations League has made this a successful international break for the Three Lions.
Gareth Southgate’s side sit top of their group and can maintain, or potentially extend, that lead by beating the Danes as Belgium take on Iceland.
The last meeting between these side, last month, was a turgid goalless draw, so fans of both teams will be hoping for a little more attacking verve on display.
When is England vs Denmark?
The match kicks-off at 7.45pm on Wednesday 14 October at Wembley.
What TV channel is England vs Denmark on and is there a live stream?
Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Football will be showing the game live with coverage starting at 7pm.
Subscribers can stream the action on Sky Go or on the Sky Sports app, or if you don’t have Sky Sports you can buy a Day Pass on Now TV.
Harry Kane is set to start the game after missing the Wales match and coming off the bench against Belgium.
Kieran Trippier misses out due to personal reasons as he attends an FA hearing into a betting charge and Ben Chilwell has returned to Chelsea to monitor is pre-existing injury, but Jack Grealish is pushing for a start after recovering from a knock.
With Trippier and Chilwell out, Bukayo Saka may start at left-back.
England vs Denmark odds
Odds courtesy of Betfair
England vs Denmark head-to-head in last five meetings
08 Sep 2020: Denmark 0-0 England – Nations League
05 Mar 2014: England 1-0 Denmark – Friendly
09 Feb 2011: Denmark 1-2 England – Friendly
17 Aug 2005: Denmark 4-1 England – Friendly
16 Nov 2003: England 2-3 Denmark – Friendly