Four giants clash with a sold-out Wembley the prize for the two winners. Who will emerge victorious?

Ahead of England meeting Sweden and France facing Germany, we preview both of the Women’s Euros semi-finals below.

England v Sweden

An incredible Euro 2022 journey for the Lionesses continues with a semi-final match against a very impressive Swedish side.

Sarina Wiegman’s England side goes into the fixture on the back of one of best ever England Women’s group stage performances at a major tournament, and at 19/20 to win in 90 minutes, it’s likely the highest scoring side of the competition so far will continue to the Wembley final.

England have scored 16 goals already at the tournament in only four matches and are showing no sign of slowing down. The incredible run has been in thanks to England’s lethal goal scorers who have been highly influential in the victories. Beth Mead and Alessia Russo are standouts of the talented group with five and three goals to their names so far at the tournament. They are 21/10 and 13/8 respectively to add to those totals against Sweden.

There has been plenty of crucial performances in defence as well, with the solid displays resulting in odds of only 6/5 for England to keep a clean sheet.

The excellent all-around performances in defence and attack will make England tough to beat, but the Swedes carry their own threat and are not dismissed at 3/1 to win in 90 minutes and 2/1 to qualify for the final.

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Germany v France

One of the world heavyweights, Germany, go into this tie as the favourites in 90 minutes at 8/5 and will look to book their place in the final without conceding a single goal at the tournament.

However, standing in their way is a very strong France side, who are actually ranked ahead of them at third in the world rankings. The French have battled well to get to the semi-final, narrowly overcoming the Netherlands in the last round. France look to be very competitive and though they conceded in every one of their group stage matches, are likely to give Germany a good game and are only slight underdogs at 9/5.

Germany’s Lea Schuller is the favourite to score first in the tie at 2/1, but it is forward Alexandra Prop that has hit four goals so far this tournament and she might be the biggest threat, also at 2/1.

France’s Grace Geyoro has three goals to her name so far this tournament and is 9/2 to add to those, while Ouleymata Sarr is 5/2 to score and anytime and will be looking to introduce herself properly at this Women’s Euros with a first goal.

A score of 1-1 is the most likely outcome of the match at 5/1 in 120 minutes, and with both teams in good form and chasing down a finals spot this is likely to be a close encounter. If you fancy it to go all the way to penalties, both sides are 10/1 to win from the spot.

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