Euro 2020: England seeks top spot, Scotland seeks progress | Euro2020 News
England against the Czech Republic, the two sides have pledged to make progress; Scotland and Croatia seek victory.
England and the Czech Republic will meet in the last group match on Tuesday, and the two sides have made progress the day before the match.
England will have to play their last Euro 2020 Group D game without Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell, and it may also be their last game in 16 games as they are considered He is a close contact of Billy Gilmore in Scotland, who tested positive for the coronavirus.
Both players were Gilmore’s teammates at Premier League club Chelsea and were photographed hugging him at the end of the 0-0 draw at Wembley on Friday.
England said in a statement: “Chilwell and Mount will conduct isolation and separate training in the private area of ??St George’s Park, an English training base, and the other team members will return there after they play against the Czech Republic at Wembley tonight.
England lags behind the group-leading Czech team in goal difference and must win to ensure they are in first place.
At the same time, Scotland or Croatia can join both sides with victory in the round of 16.
Both sides scored a point after the opening two games and will play at Hampden Park in Glasgow.
“Gilmour played very well against England, but before that game, he was never the first choice, he may not even start against us,” coach Zlatko Dalic in a press release on Monday Said at the meeting.
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“I don’t think his absence is our advantage, because whoever replaces him will be a more experienced player. Having said that, I hope Gilmour will recover soon.”
Croatia were runners-up in the 2018 World Cup. They were well below par in their 1-1 draw with the Czech Republic after beating England 1-0. Dalic admitted that they faced serious challenges.
Winger Ivan Perisic (Ivan Perisic) is one of the few regulars who can guarantee against Scotland after a wonderful equalizer against the Czech team. He is full of confidence.
“We didn’t see this part in the first two games, but we have to forget this now so that we can unite and create our best football again under tremendous pressure,” he said.