Have your say: Who will go furthest at Euro 2020, England or Wales?

·Freelance Writer
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With the final group games concluding on Wednesday night, England and Wales are pushing ahead with their Euro 2020 campaign.

After Scotland were knocked out of the tournament on Tuesday, England and Wales are the remaining home nations hoping for glory.

Following Wednesday night’s results, England will now play Germany at Wembley for a place in the quarter-finals.

The final group games concluded in thrilling fashion, with Germany’s late equaliser in a 2-2 draw against Hungary in Munich securing them a last-16 tie on Tuesday against Gareth Southgate’s side.

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England’s potential opponents changed several times on a rollercoaster night, with games against France or ‘group of death’ rivals Germany, Portugal and Hungary all on the cards before both Group F deciders ended in 2-2 draws.

Enticingly, there is a route for England and Wales to play each other at Wembley.

Should England finally get one over old foe Germany at a major tournament for the first time since 1966, they will head to Rome for a quarter-final tie the following Saturday against either Sweden or the Ukraine.

If all went well, they would be back at Wembley for a semi-final, which could be against Wales, on 7 July and the final four days later.

But Wales need to beat Denmark in their round of 16 tie in Amsterdam on Saturday, and would then face either the Netherlands or the Czech Republic in their quarter-final.

England's players celebrate the goal by Raheem Sterling during the Group D match between England and the Czech Republic at the UEFA EURO 2020 in London, Britain, on June 22, 2021. (Photo by Han Yan/Xinhua via Getty Images)
England's players celebrate the goal by Raheem Sterling during the Group D match between England and the Czech Republic. (Getty)
ROME, ITALY - JUNE 20: Players of Wales during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Group A match between Italy and Wales at Olimpico Stadium on June 20, 2021 in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Emmanuele Ciancaglini/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)
Wales players during the Euro 2020 Championship Group A match against Italy at Olimpico Stadium in Rome, Italy. (Getty)

England manager Gareth Southgate is positive about England’s chances, saying there is “more to come” from the squad.

He said following England’s win against the Czech Republic: “The good thing from our point of view is I think we’re still improving, we look difficult to play against. There’s more to come from us.”

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