Euro 2020 preview: ‘England’ opens ‘Battle of Britain’ vs ‘Scotland’
England’s Roaring Lions are set to battle “Battle of Britain” with “Danwhiskey” Scotland in the Euro 2020 first round Group D second leg at Wembley, England, on the night of June 18 at 02.00. (Morning June 19) Live broadcast on NBT HD2
The England team started well when they defeated “Checkered” Croatia 1-0. If this match can be won, they will be able to advance to the next round immediately. while the Scottish side lost 2-0 to the Czech Republic, so can’t lose again.
Performance of the last 5 matches
Beat Croatia 1-0 (Euro 2020)
Beat Romania (home) 1-0 (warm-up)
Beat Austria (home) 1-0 (warm-up)
Won Poland (home) 2-1 (World Cup qualifiers)
Beat Albania (A) 2-0 (World Cup qualifiers)
Lost the Czech Republic 0-2 (Euro 2020)
Won Luxembourg (away) 1-0 (warm-up)
Draw with Netherlands (A) 2-2 (warm-up)
Won the Faroe Islands (home) 4-0 (World Cup qualifiers)
Draw with Israel (A) 1-1 (World Cup qualifiers)
These two sides’ meetings are the most recorded meetings at international level. Of the previous 114 games, England have won 48, Scotland have 41 wins and 23 draws, most recently at the World Cup. 2018 qualifiers, but if you count the memory of the Euro 1996 first round at Wembley and England won 2-0
Gareth Southgate will likely retain the same starting line-up against Croatia. But may be adjusted in some positions, such as Luke Shaw, who will actually fit the left-back position While Harry Maguire fit and win a title as a true team offensive line as the Harry Kane will also be a target striker. Despite being heavily criticized in the first game
part of Scotland Will have to win Kieran Tierney that will be ready to play or not, as well as Billy Gilmour, who should be the only reserve, while Stephen O’Donnell, who hit hard in the game. first will be replaced by James Forrest.
The real 11 that are expected to enter the field
London: Jordan Pictou Ford, Kyle Walker, John Stones, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Declan Rice, Calvin Phillips. House, Raheem Sterling, Mount Mason, Phil Golden Four, Harry Caine.
Scotland: David Marshall, Jack Hendry, Grant Hanley, Kieran Tierney, James Forrest, John McGinn, Scott. T McTominay, Stuart Armstrong, Andy Robertson, Lindin Dykes, Che Adams
If measured by position, it must be admitted that this set of England is much better than Scotland. But football like this cannot be measured on paper. Because it is believed that Scotland is ready to put both physically and mentally in order not to allow England to easily win.
But this British set still has a lot of decisiveness. Also from the first match we saw that Scotland used a lot of wasted opportunities. Even with the Czechs still can’t shoot. which the British defense is much stronger And should prevent Scotland from invading too.