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Mbappe’s return, potential (top) Dwyfels contender and English revenge: this is what’s at stake on European Championship evening

Mbappe’s return, potential (top) Dwyfels contender and English revenge: this is what’s at stake on European Championship evening

Are you ready for two new confrontations tonight? Both Group C and Group D will reach their peak soon. We look forward to the potential return of Kylian Mbappe, whether England can maintain their leading position after a poor start, and perhaps most importantly: can the Red Devils play against the Netherlands, France or Austria in the next round? Overview.

6pm: Should the Devils fear Holland or France soon?

  • Netherlands – Austria
  • France – Poland

D-Day for Group D.

There is still a lot of change on the final day of the group stage. Poland has already been completely annihilated. But the Netherlands, France and Austria are still competing for first place.

And most importantly: when the Belgians finish second in their group, they will compete with the runner-up of that group.

France is also waiting to hear if a masked Mbappe will be allowed to appear again after suffering a broken nose. Even sources close to the French star reported that he would start.

There is also intense speculation about tactical changes in the Dutch rush hour: Will Koeman dare to put Depay on the bench instead of “Crowbar” Weghorst or his old acquaintance Joshua Zirkzee?

in detail:

  • Holland He’s certainly a 1/8 finalist, at least as one of the top 3rds.
  • also France He’s certainly a 1/8 finalist, at least as one of the top 3rds.
  • Austria It qualifies for the 1/8 finals (as one of the top two teams) if it beats the Netherlands. Austria wins the group if it wins and France does not. If Austria draws and France loses, Austria will finish third behind France based on head-to-head results.
  • Poland He can no longer reach the 1/8 finals and is in fourth place.
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Will we see Mbappe again?

9pm: Denmark, Slovenia or Serbia?

  • Denmark – Serbia
  • England – Slovenia

They are also still fully open in Group C.

Only England have already secured their place in the finals, but Southgate’s searching side could easily slip to third place. With four points it is mathematically certain that the ticket is third best.

Furthermore, England’s position will be up for debate again tonight. There is a good chance that national team coach Southgate – after heavy criticism and disappointing first games – will make a major change to his squad. Trent Alexander-Arnold in particular should fear for his place in midfield.

Then the fierce battle remains for the other places in the group. Denmark and Slovenia each have two points, but Serbia is lurking with one point as well.

in detail:

  • England He’s certainly a 1/8 finalist, at least as one of the top 3rds.
  • Denmark Qualified to the 1/8 finals when they beat Serbia. If Denmark and Slovenia draw, they will be ranked second and third according to goal difference (and other selection criteria).
  • Slovenia Qualifies for the 1/8 finals if it beats England. Slovenia could also finish first in the group if it wins and Denmark does not. If Slovenia and Denmark win, they will be ranked first and second on goal difference (and other selection criteria), and the same applies to second and third if they draw.
  • Serbia You qualify for the 1/8 finals if you beat Denmark and Slovenia doesn’t beat England (if Serbia and Slovenia win, Serbia will finish third behind England based on head-to-head results). If Serbia draws again and Slovenia loses, it will be ranked third and fourth on goal difference and cooperation. Serbia cannot reach the 1/8 finals if it loses, or if it draws and Slovenia does not lose.
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