We are well and truly at the business end of Euro 2020, with two heavyweight semi-finals on the horizon. Tuesday brings us a tasty tie between Italy and Spain at Wembley, kicking off at 8pm. The big one, however, is on Wednesday evening, as England take on Denmark on home turf, in their first European semi-final since 1996.
It’s the second consecutive major tournament semi-final in a row for the Three Lions under Gareth Southgate, and the whole nation is unified in a state of hype and euphoria. If you thought you’d heard chants of it’s coming home too often, or that Sweet Caroline has been overplayed already, it’s about to get a whole lot worse - and we can’t wait!
Can England go all the way? Check out our England to win the Euros odds here at Betting.co.uk!
Just like the entire English nation (sorry Scotland and Wales), 888sport is excited and is ramping things up in the build-up to the Euro 2020 semi-finals. If you head over to the 888sport website today, or download the app, you can enjoy two enhanced offers on Euro 2020 semi-final betting odds.
Important: Both offers end in just one day (article published 05/06/2021
As well as the above-enhanced odds specials for the semi-finals, 888sport has plenty of other exclusive Euro 2020 promotions. Additionally, you can also claim the regular 888sport sign up offer when you register as a new customer today. You can find out more details about this offer below.
There’s also the 888sport Euro 2020 offer, which gets you a £5 free bet when you bet £10 or more on a Euro 2020 fixture. This offer is available once a day, for every day of the tournament. So get in while it’s hot - there are only three games left!
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