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Summary

  1. Ellen White scores twice in first game as captain
  2. Pernille Harder had equalised from a free-kick for Denmark
  3. England's final warm-up game before Euro 2017
  4. Denmark ranked 15th in the world

Live Reporting

By Neil Johnston

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    You can read a match report of this game by clicking here.

    It's a night Ellen White won't forget in a hurry after marking her first appearances as Lionesses captain with both goals to sink Denmark.

    Has she done enough to seal a place in the starting line-up to face Scotland?

    Thanks for your company. Until next time...

    England Lionesses form a group huddle
  2. Post update

    Denmark 1-2 England

    It's off to Valencia next for the Lionesses for a training camp before catching a flight to Euro 2017.

    A reminder that their first game is against Scotland in Utrecht on 19 July (19:45 BST).

  3. FULL-TIME - Denmark 1-2 England

    The Lionesses head to the Netherlands on the back of three straight wins.

    Next stop...Euro 2017.

  4. Post update

    Denmark 1-2 England

    This has been a highly satisfactory workout for the Lionesses. Denmark only conceded one goal in qualifying.

    There's still plenty for Mark Sampson to work on and England need to improve their discipline.

  5. SUBSTITUTION

    Denmark 1-2 England

    A fourth England change. Lucy Bronze is on for Fara Williams.

  6. Post update

    Denmark 1-2 England

    Five minutes left. Are the Lionesses heading to Euro 2017 on back of a third straight win?

  7. Post update

    Denmark 1-2 England

    This might be a friendly but Mark Sampson's celebration for Ellen White's second goal showed how important this game is to the Lionesses.

    Sampson wheeled away before jumping in the air and punching the air.

  8. SUBSTITUTIONS

    Denmark 1-2 England

    Moments before that goal England made a triple change.

    Carly Telford has replaced Siobhan Chamberlain in goal for the closing stages while Izzy Christiansen and Nikita Parris have been replaced by Millie Bright and Jodie Taylor.

  9. GOAL - Denmark 1-2 England

    Ellen White

    Ellen White Captain of the England

    Captain fantastic strikes again!

    Ellen White is having the game of her life and she has her second goal of the game after pouncing on a poor back pass, the ball hitting the crossbar before the stand-in skipper taps home.

    The Lionesses are within sight of a third straight win.

    Ellen White celebrates
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    Denmark 1-1 England

    Are we going to see any England substitutes?

    Mark Sampson has resisted the urge to turn to his bench so far.

  11. Post update

    Denmark 1-1 England

    That all came about after Fara Williams gifted Denmark a free-kick in a dangerous position. England need to work on their discipline.

  12. GOAL - Denmark 1-1 England

    Pernille Harder

    What a finish by Denmark's captain.

    Pernille Harder curls a sublime free-kick over the England wall and past Siobhan Chamberlain into the top corner.

    It's a wonderful equaliser and it is thoroughly deserved.

  13. Post update

    Denmark 0-1 England

    A fourth booking for the Lionesses as Katrine Veje is sent flying by Fara Williams just outside England's area. It's presented Denmark with a decent chance from a free-kick.

  14. Post update

    Denmark 0-1 England

    Ellen White is putting herself about. England's goalscorer produces a sliding challenge on Simone Boye Sorensen which almost leads to a chance.

    One concern for Mark Sampson will be England's discipline. Nikita Parris has just had her name taken for standing in front of the ball after Denmark were awarded a free-kick.

  15. Post update

    Denmark 0-1 England

    There are 11 names on the England bench. No sign of any changes from Mark Sampson with around half an hour to go.

  16. Post update

    Denmark 0-1 England

    It's a glorious evening in the Danish capital. Plenty of sunglasses in the T-shirt crowd but the evening sunshine is not making life easy for England keeper Siobhan Chamberlain.

  17. Post update

    Denmark 0-1 England

    England look comfortable despite Denmark having had twice as much possession, more shots and more corners.

    Demi Stokes of the England Lionesses in action against Stone Larsen
  18. Post update

    Denmark 0-1 England

    Mie Jans introduces herself to her new Manchester City team-mate Nikita Parris with a meaty challenge. It ends with smiles all round.

    Two changes for Denmark at the start of the second half as midfielders Maja Kildemoes and Sanne Troelsgaard Nielsen enter the action.

  19. KICK-OFF

    Denmark 0-1 England

    No changes by England as the second half begins.

  20. Get involved

    Olivia: Love watching @Lionesses play football! The talent on the team is amazing! Inspiring to me to get back to footy from injury!