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England's road to the Euro 2024 final as Gareth Southgate faces a nightmare scenario

England's road to the Euro 2024 final as Gareth Southgate faces a nightmare scenario

England begin their Euro 2024 campaign against Serbia on June 16, while also facing Denmark and Slovenia in Group C before proceeding to the knockout stages.

England hopes to lift the cup in Berlin on July 14(Christian Ski/UEFA via Getty Images)

Qualifying for Euro 2024 has been completed, and all 24 teams are now looking forward to the tournament kicking off in Germany on June 14.

Injury-plagued England showed some of their weaknesses in friendly matches in March, losing 1-0 to Brazil before drawing 2-2 with Belgium, but there is still plenty of optimism around Gareth Southgate's side. The Three Lions are ranked third in the world by FIFA, with World Cup runners-up France the only European team above them.

They reached the final of the last competition, narrowly missing out on penalties against Italy at Wembley after a 1-1 draw. England are the clear favorites alongside France with bookmakers, with hosts Germany, three-time world champions Spain and Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal the other teams most favored.

England is supposed to be confident of reaching the knockout rounds, after being placed in Group C alongside Slovenia, Denmark and Serbia. But what teams might be waiting for them in the round of 16 and beyond? here Football mirror He takes a look at the possibilities after Georgia, Poland and Ukraine qualified for the qualifiers to complete the Euro 2024 squad.

Group stages

Germany will start the tournament by facing Scotland on June 14, but England's first match will be on Sunday, June 16, against Serbia in Gelsenkirchen. Four days later they will face Denmark in Frankfurt, before completing their group on Tuesday 25 June in Cologne against Slovenia.

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Sunday, June 16 at 8 p.m – Serbia vs. England at the Auf Schalke Stadium in Gelsenkirchen

Thursday, June 20 at 5 p.m – Denmark vs England at Waldstadion Stadium in Frankfurt

Tuesday, June 25 at 8 p.m – England vs. Slovenia at RheinEnergieStadion in Cologne

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