England vs Scotland: Lineups, broadcasts and betting odds


There will be an island duel between England and Scotland in Group D late on Friday. The 1966 world champion fixed the last seven international matches for himself and started With a 1-0 win against Croatia in the European Championship. However, the Scots initially went empty handed and had to join the Czech national team. 0:2 beaten to give. All the information about the game is summarized here at a glance.

The ZDF Group starts at 8 p.m. with a preliminary report of the game. As a commentator, Oliver Schmidt accompanies the game, which can also be streamed on ZDF Media Library and Magenta TV.

Stream: ZDF Media Library, Magenta TV

Euro 2020: 2nd Group Match Day, Group D
to start: 21 clock
place: Wembley (London)
Referee: Antonio Matu Lahoz (Spain)

Group D at a glance
1. Czech Republic: 3 points (2:0 goal)
2. England: 3 points (1:0 goal)
3. Croatia: 0 points (0:1 goal)
4. Scotland: 0 points (0: 2 goals)

Current form:
England: S – S – S – S – S
Scotland: N – S – U – S – U

Gareth Southgate (England, Va.) UEFA.com🙂 “It’s a very special game for everyone involved, especially for the fans. It brings an added dynamism to our group. Scotland plays 3-5-2, but also 3-4-3. There are various tactical games The problems we have to solve, especially for our defenders. Of course, we also have to find solutions to break their five-man defense chain.”

Steve Clark (Scotland, via UEFA.com🙂 “It’s going to be a historic duel, this game means a lot to all of us. Obviously it’s not that important for the English, but I’ve been in England for a long time and I know that’s not true They certainly don’t. I don’t want to lose to Scotland. It’s exactly the same. It’s well known how passionate we are and how much fun we’ll have to beat the British.”

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England coach Gareth Southgate will be spoiled for choice on Friday evening and could attract a full range of personnel.

The Scots also suffered no loss before the second group game. Left-back Kieran Tierney is back on the board. “He has been training thoroughly for the past two days and is available for the game,” head coach Steve Clarke said.

England (4-3-3): Pickford – Walker, Stones, Mings, Shaw – Rice – Phillips, Mount – Foden, Sterling – H. ken

Scotland (3-4-1-2): Marshall – Hendry, Hanley, Cooper – O’Donnell, Robertson – McTominay – McGinn, Armstrong – Adams, Christie

England win: 1.30 (General)
Draw: 5,50
Scotland Win: 10,000


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