Our special Euro 2021 dossier
Groups under the microscope:
Group A with Italy
Group B with Belgium
Group C with the Netherlands
Group D with England
Group E with Spain
Group F with France
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Group D is made up of Croatia, England, Scotland and the Czech Republic. England are favorites in this group D with this new generation of talented players. They have already won all their matches during the qualifying phase. Star Harry "Hurry" Kane will be able to make the difference alongside European Champions like Mount and Chilwell (with Chelsea). Foden, a Champions League finalist with Manchester City, will also be present. Today he is one of the most expensive and coveted players in the world of football.
Young shoots like Jude Bellingham and Jadon Sancho will be able to complete this workforce which is always struggling to combine individual strengths to create an effective collective game.
The Three Lions have never won the Euro yet, so it's a big challenge for Gareth Southgate's men.
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They find on this occasion Croatia, outsider of this competition.
The two teams faced each other in the semifinals of the 2018 World Cup. The meeting ended with a victory for Luka Modric and his teammates.
The Croats then continued the adventure before losing to France in the final (4-2).
But there has also been a change in this team which has seen executives (like Rakitic) retire internationally.
A third place between Scotland and the Czech Republic
Third place will undoubtedly be played between the Czech Republic, often present at the Euro, and Scotland, which has not played in international competition since the 1998 World Cup. The results of the qualifiers are mixed for the Czechs: they scared each other on several occasions.
But, guided by Soucek and Darida, they could be a thorn in the side of the English and Croats.
The return will be more difficult for the Scottish Tartan Army which is not used to this kind of competition.
The qualifiers got off to a good start with two draws against Austria and the Netherlands.
It will therefore be up to Tierney and Robertson to try to create the exploit.