PLACE AU JEU – Till July 11, LCI delivers the program for the next day every day. This Tuesday, England and the Czech Republic will compete for first place in Group D in the shock of the day.
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It is Group D’s turn to give its decision on Tuesday with the Czech Republic-England meetings at Wembley and Croatia-Scotland at Wembley in Glasgow from 9 pm. With 4 points each, the English and Czech can certainly be satisfied with a draw to ensure their qualification, but both teams will be keen to seek first place in the group.
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For Scotland and Croatia, who have only one point each, hope remains. In case of a win, both teams can claim one of the first two places based on the result of the second match. The Croats expected a defeat for the Czechs and the Scots for an English defeat. Draws, eliminates are prohibited in the hustle and bustle of Glasgow.
Poster not to be missed: Czech Republic – England
Two teams, 4 points each, to play one game… This Czech Republic – England looks like a Group D final without extra time. Frustrated against Scotland on Friday (0-0), England will have to work to get rid of the Czechs, who need only a draw to finish first in the group.
Damn the loser, then? Not necessary. If both teams have already qualified, first place is not a gift as it sends its holder into a tough round of 16 against the second round of Group F. Blues, of Germany and Portugal. Second they will face second in Group E (Sweden, Slovakia, Spain, Poland). On the check side, there will be no room for calculations: “We want to qualify on our own without looking at other results. Nobody in the team wants to lose, we all want to win matches, the rest will sort itself out”, said Captain Vladimir Darida.
Event for this Tuesday, June 22
9 pm: Czech Republic vs England (Group D, London) LIVE on beIN Sports
9 pm: Croatia-Scotland (Group D, Glasgow) live on beIN Sports
He will be talked about: Patrick Shiko
He is the star striker of the match. While Harry Kane’s poor form has concerns across the channel, Czech striker Bayer Leverkusen is in full swing. At 25, the Czech is this Euro’s co-top scorer with three goals, a record shared with Cristiano Ronaldo and Romelu Lukaku. He scored all the goals of his team in the competition.
Head scorer for his first goal and penalty kick on his third, Schick will be remembered for his incredible 45.5-meter lob that struck Scottish goalkeeper David Marshall. Enough to end the debate over the best goal of the competition before it even begins. This Tuesday, the Czechs want to validate their ticket for the eighth through first place, and they’ll need a shock skid.
Number that makes a difference: 0
Zero, neat, nada… Croatia has never beaten Scotland in five matches. An astonishing figure among the 14th country in the FIFA rankings, the finalists in the World Cup and the 44th country in the same ranking. Croatia also endured two defeats against the “Tartans”, who beat them 2–0 during their last meeting in Glasgow in 2013. While not the best statistic, the Croats must be at all costs to win in hopes of qualifying for eighth.
Also 0 points for Scots in qualifying for the second round of finals of major international competitions. Be it the Euros or the World Cup, the Scots have never made it past the first round. So he has to change history to continue dreaming like his opponents.
Offside: A new case of Kovid among players, question on the venue of the final
Covid continues to disrupt the euro. On Monday, Scotland announced that their midfielder Billy Gilmour, influential in defensive work against England, has tested positive for the COVID-19 and will be absent against Croatia on Tuesday. It is a heavy loss for Tartan on the eve of this decisive match.
The virus is also likely to change the organization of the competition. according to information daily MailUEFA reportedly threatened the British to move the Wembley final to the Puskas Arena in Budapest if some 2,500 of the organization’s guests were not granted quarantine exemptions. The fact that the Hungarian stadium is not subject to any gauge, offering a capacity of over 60,000 seats against the 40,000 seat gauge at Wembley would also have influenced this decision. According to WireNegotiations are underway with the government to resolve the problem, and to eventually increase the gauge to 60,000 people.
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