Euro Group D delivers its verdict on Tuesday (9:00 pm), with English and Czech close to the knockout stages, while the Croatia-Scotland winner can be trusted to win his ticket.
At Wembley, will there be a match? Between the surprising Czech Republic and disappointing England, the test to ensure a deserving draw for both teams will certainly be the best.
Especially since the first in the eighth-place opposition group didn’t seem too cheap. In contrast: France, Germany, Portugal or Hungary, Sweden, Slovakia, Spain or Poland second to the former.
If both exams have the same number of points (4), their performance will not reflect the expectations placed on them. Many expected the “Three Lions” to bite too much, while we would not have given loving sex, but before the end of the group first.
Outspoken Patrick Schick (3 goals) will be eager to stay in the race for the title of Euro top scorer, while English Harry Kane star striker will finally want to open his counter.
In Glasgow (9:00 pm) at the other match of the group, there will be a place to pick up. With equally opposing dynamics. Croatia, last World Cup finalists, will not stop disappointing, but a win will guarantee them a better third place finish.
Scotland, for its part, drew its “fighting spirit” to impress the English (0-0) and came close to capturing. This time, Billy Gilmore, due to Covid-19, will have to do without her young master to play the set.
Pocketing three points ahead of his home crowd on Tuesday will qualify for eighth place.
One balance, on the other hand, and the eighth cannot be seen.
England – Croatia 1 – 0
Scotland – Czech Republic 0 – 2
Croatia – Czech Republic 1 – 1
England – Scotland 0 – 0
Tuesday in London: Czech Republic – England (9:00 pm)
Tuesday in Glasgow: Croatia – Scotland (9:00 pm)
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