England are dreaming of a chance to win their first title since 1966 when they face the Netherlands in the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League, which will be played at the Avonso Henriques stadium in the Portuguese city of Guimaraes.
Afonsoque Enrique opens its doors to host a match between England and the Netherlands on Thursday, 6 June 2019, in the semi-finals of the 2018-19 European League.
England won a 5-0 victory over Montenegro in a match at the Podgorista Stadium in the second round of the Euro 2020 qualifiers. The victory of the Blacks topped the first group after they reached sixth place in two consecutive wins.
The last match of the mills in the European Nations Cup against the German team, ended in a positive draw with two goals each, and lead the Dutch team that included France and Germany after winning seven points of two wins and draw and defeat, and will seek the partners of Virgil van Dyck win this meeting and transit to final match.
England will not miss a player due to injury, and all cards will be available to Southgate to choose the best form of the match.
The English coach will use his usual style and is expected to push Harry McGuire and John Stones in the center of the defense. The left-back will be replaced by Luke Shaw Danny Rose and will rely on Harry Kane and Rahim Stirling as well as Marcus Rushford.
There are no injuries in the Netherlands before the UEFA semi-final against England, and the team will be full in this difficult encounter.
Coach Ronald Koman will rely on his usual style in the previous games, and will push the strong duo Virgil van Dyke, Matthias de Liechte in the center of the defense. The team’s attack will be played by Memphis Debby, Stephen Bergwin and Ryan Babel.
The draw for the first round of the UEFA Champions League soccer tournament, drawn in Dublin, resulted in a confrontation between England, the Netherlands, Portugal and Switzerland.