Euro 2020 live broadcast: England’s quarter-finals against Ukraine, fans of the Three Lions are not allowed to enter Rome
Good Morning Euro 2020 fans
After missing two consecutive Euro 2020 games, Gary Neville supported Mason Mount’s return to England to face Ukraine.
The 22-year-old Chelsea star was excluded from the victory over the Czech Republic after being told to self-quarantine before watching a German game on the bench.
Forward Neville chose Saturday’s expected team on Twitter and called on the owners of the Three Lions to use a 4-2-3-1 formation.
There is a voice calling for Jack Greeley to occupy more positions in all games, but the Manchester United legend chose Mount.
Elsewhere, Glenn Hodel expects “some changes” in the starting lineup for England to beat Germany.
The 63-year-old player believes that the Three Lions have achieved a good balance when reaching the quarter-finals of the European Cup in 2020, and Gareth Southgate will be reluctant to do too much. change.
In a conversation with Betfair, the former England boss said: “Don’t be surprised if there are some changes.”
Although Phil Foden may return, Hoddle predicts Southgate will remain cautious.
He said: “I don’t think he will lift his control over Ukraine. He has a balance, and managers are always looking for balance.
“This England team didn’t concede the ball, the goalkeeper played very well, so you start from there. We have talent and shooters.”
Elsewhere, it is reported that Didier Deschamps will continue to be the coach of the French team, despite their shocked withdrawal from the 2020 European Cup.
The Parisian claimed that Deschamps would lead his country to participate in the 2022 World Cup.
He can stay at the helm for longer, because the Frenchman did some introspection after losing to Switzerland on Monday.
After France withdrew from the 2020 European Cup, Arsenal legend Emmanuel Petit kept in touch with the French team because he claimed that he “lost the conspiracy against Switzerland” and therefore attacked Paul. Pogba.
As he told Paddy Power, Petit hit them because their compatriots withdrew early: “One thing-Pogba lost in Switzerland’s second goal-France collapsed. .
“We lost everything. Focus, teamwork, desire-and relationships. The worst thing is that we started arguing on the court. After the Swiss team’s second goal, Rabiot and Pogba’s There was a big conflict between them and they lost their conspiracy. Since then we have no control and no confidence.”