England could face Italy in front of a full capacity Wembley Stadium if they progress to the Euro 2020 final, according to reports.

England will be hoping to reach the final of the European Championship for the very first time when they face Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday night.

A place in the final to face Italy awaits the winner and if the Three Lions progress it will be their first major final since winning the World Cup in 1966.

A 90,000-capacity crowd “cannot be ruled out” if Gareth Southgate’s side make it through to the final to play Italy, a government source told the i.

A Government adviser told the newspaper that while there were “big issues to overcome”, a full capacity stadium could not be ruled out.

They added: “It’s by no means certain Wembley will be full for the final, but there’s a growing feeling that this could be a moment we cannot let pass. It cannot be rule out. 

“There’s also those who believe if Wimbledon can have capacity crowds and no social distancing, then why can’t Wembley if England are in the final.”

The capacity at Wembley has increased throughout the tournament, with 22,500 people attending England’s group games and then 45,000 allowed to watch the 2-0 victory over Germany.

This number was then increased to “more than 60,000” for the semi-finals and final - all of which have or will be played at Wembley.

The Government has also reportedly consulted on whether to allow a victory parade through London - if England can beat both Denmark and Italy.

However, England still have a lot to do before talks of a victory parade or even the final can begin. 

Swanage and Wareham Voice: Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand thinks the pressure is on England (PA)Denmark manager Kasper Hjulmand thinks the pressure is on England (PA)

Denmark boss Kasper Hjulmand wants to take advantage of the pressure and expectation England are facing.

“Of course there is a lot of pressure on England but we also know that we have to take advantage of this situation,” said Hjulmand.

“There is some psychological factors in the game. They have a lot of supporters but we also have to remember that they have a lot of pressure and a lot of expectations, so I don’t think it’s going to be so easy for them.

“We just believe that we can take advantage of the pressure England feel.”

Gareth Southgate believes the history of the England team is not as good as the nation likes to think but feels his team have broken down barriers on their run to the Euro 2020 semi-finals.

“We don’t have as a good as football history as we like to believe sometimes,” he said on the eve of the match.

“These players are making massive strides and breaking barriers all the time, we have broken barriers in this tournament and we have another opportunity to do that tomorrow.”