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England are bidding to end 55 years of hurt this summer – and fans are starting to believe. The Three Lions went into the European Championship as one of the teams to beat and a path to the final that some would consider generous has opened up.
We’ve detailed England’s route to the Euros showpiece after topping Group D and beating Germany in the last 16…
England 1 Croatia 0
(Raheem Sterling, 57)
Czech Republic 0 England 1
(Raheem Sterling, 12)
England won Group D so they progressed to a last-16 tie against the runner-up from the Group of Death, which turned out to be Germany. The Three Lions put their wretched record against the Germans to bed by inflicting a 2-0 defeat on their old rivals to progress to the last eight.
England 2 Germany 0
(Raheem Sterling, 75; Harry Kane, 86)
England are the highest-ranked team on their side of the draw so winning Group D could turn out to be a masterstroke after knocking out Germany. The Three Lions will face Ukraine in the quarter-finals after Andriy Shevchenko’s side beat Sweden thanks to a last-gasp extra-time goal from Artem Dovbyk.
England vs Ukraine
Saturday July 3 @ 8pm
England would face the winner of the quarter-final between Denmark and the Czech Republic on Wednesday July 7 at 8pm at Wembley Stadium if they reach the last four of the competition.
If England reach the showpiece on Sunday July 11 at 8pm then they would have the chance to claim their first international trophy in 55 years in front of a home crowd at Wembley. We’re currently offering odds of 11/2 that the Three Lions win the Euros – and you can check out our outright winner market in full by clicking HERE.
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