UEFA has confirmed the presence of 60,000 people at Wembley for the semi-finals and final of the Euro, despite the increase of Covid in England. But fans from Italy and Spain will not be able to attend the semi-final. Kick-off today at 3pm (SXM time).
UEFA maintains its course. The European confederation confirmed that the end of the Euro will take place according to the conditions of reception foreseen by the British local authorities and that nothing, not even the serious increase of the cases on the other side of the Channel, is likely to call into question this organization. The capacity will be increased to 75% at Wembley for the semi-finals and final, that is to say 60 000 people.
The first semi-final between Italy and Spain promises a lot! Two of the most playful teams, the most forward-looking will face each other in a duel of titans very undecided. The show is very expected between the two best attacks of the competition. Luis Enrique’s men have scored 12 times, while Roberto Mancini’s men have found the net 11 times.
Otherwise, the two teams have already met 37 times. The record is very balanced with 11 wins on both sides and 15 draws. This will be the sixth time that Italy and Spain will meet at the Euro. The Squadra Azzura has won two matches and lost one to La Roja.
Tuesday July 6 at 3pm: Italy – Spain
Wednesday, July 7 at 3pm: England – Denmark