Euro 2020 18/6/2021

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Euro 2020 18/6/2021. Three games in Euro 2020 today. At 14:00, on BBC One, is Sweden v Slovakia. At 17:00, on BBC One, is Croatia v Czech Republic. The late game at 20:00, on BBC One, is England v Scotland.

Euro 2020 18/6/2021 - Sweden v Slovakia
Sweden v Slovakia
Euro 2020 18/6/2021 - Sweden v Slovakia
Sweden v Slovakia

Euro 2020 18/6/2021 – Sweden v Slovakia

  • Sweden should welcome back Dejan Kulusevski and Mattias Svanberg after both missed their 0-0 draw with Spain through COVID-19. It may come too soon for either to start but the former is certainly more likely of the two.
  • Temperatures soared when they faced Spain on Monday night so they will no doubt have to check the fitness of some of their players ahead of Friday’s game with Slovakia.
  • Sebastian Larsson is one of those that played 90 minutes in Seville and may not be able to get another full game out of him in quick succession.
  • Carl Mikael Lustig came off with a muscle injury against Spain and is expected to be replaced by Carl Mikael Lustig here.
  • Alexander Isak caused Spain some problems in their opener and remains the one to watch for Sweden with Zlatan Ibrahimovic injured.
  • Marek Hamsik was fit to start against Poland in a massive boost as they ran out 2-1 winners on Monday.
  • Patrik Hrosovsky is pushing for a start if Slovakia need fresh legs in central midfield.
  • Denis Vavro has tested positive for COVID-19 and misses out here.

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Euro 2020 18/6/2021 - Croatia v Czech Republic
Croatia v Czech Republic
Euro 2020 18/6/2021 - Croatia v Czech Republic
Croatia v Czech Republic

Euro 2020 18/6/2021 – Croatia v Czech Republic

  • Croatia looked pretty toothless in attack against England and that needs to change quickly. Bruno Petkovic is an option to lead the line.
  • Mateo Kovacic was arguably Croatia’s best midfielder against England but it is usually him that drops out for Nikola Vlasic.
  • Borna Barisic wasn’t fit enough to start against England and has been ruled out once more here.
  • Tomas Kalas and Ondrej Celustka were fit to start at centre-back in their 2-0 win over Scotland on Monday.
  • Patrik Schick was the star of the show with a superb brace, including a goal of the tournament contender to wrap up three points.
  • Czech Republic have no real reason for change after getting their campaign off to the perfect start.

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Euro 2020 18/6/2021 - England v Scotland
England v Scotland
Euro 2020 18/6/2021 - England v Scotland
England v Scotland

Euro 2020 18/6/2021 – England v Scotland

  • Gareth Southgate may well stick with the same starting XI that beat Croatia, though Phil Foden was generally quiet and there will be calls for Jack Grealish to deputise.
  • Tyrone Mings answered his critics against Croatia and should keep his place in the side despite Harry Maguire declaring himself available.
  • Kieran Trippier played at left-back against Croatia, with Kyle Walker at right-back, but Southgate may consider naming a natural option in that position here.
  • Jadon Sancho and Ben Chilwell weren’t even in the matchday squad to face Croatia so they will just hope to be on the bench at Wembley on Friday.
  • Dean Henderson has been ruled out for the remainder of Euro 2020 owing to a hip problem.
  • Scotland desperately missed Kieran Tierney in their 2-0 defeat to Czech Republic on Monday but Steve Clarke has declared the Arsenal defender fit to play against England.
  • Chelsea’s Billy Gilmour didn’t get off the bench against Czech Republic suggesting he is not yet at full fitness. Scotland fans will be desperate to see minutes from him at Wembley.
  • Clarke will certainly make changes from the side that lost on Monday as they desperately look to stay in the running for the knockout stage of the tournament.
  • Southampton’s Che Adams should start after surprisingly starting their opener on the bench.
  • Stephen O’Donnell didn’t have a great game against Czech Republic and could be replaced by James Forrest.

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