Euro 2024: Denmark v England ends level

After another 1-1 earlier in the day, in the other game in the group, three points would have been enough for Southgate’s side to confirm first spot.

That will still be secured with victory over Slovenia next Tuesday, while a draw would definitely seal a berth in the knockout rounds.

Denmark need to beat Serbia to make certain of a place in the round of 16 when it begins on 29 June, but a third straight draw would be enough for second if Slovenia lose to England. There is, of course, positions for the four best third-placed teams to take into account, too.

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Revealed: Cole’s role in September’s Legends match

“These games are important to me,” Andy said. “It’s not just an opportunity to be back with the boys, but a chance to help the Foundation raise as much money as possible. Everyone enjoys them, which is why we all keep coming back, and it will be no different this time.

“Playing Celtic at any level is always fantastic,” he added. “Whether a competitive match or a friendly, their fans always travel so well, and I’m sure we’ll get the support from our fans, too. It’ll be a great day.”

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Euro 2024: McTominay scores as Scotland draw

McTominay and his team-mates can now look ahead to Sunday, when they take on bottom side Hungary in their Group A closer at Stuttgart’s MHPArena.

Leaders Germany are out of reach on six points, but Scotland can still finish second and progress from the group stage for the first time in their history.

They would need a win, a German victory over Switzerland and a goal difference swing of six in their favour to overtake Murat Yakin’s side.

Finishing as one of the four best third-placed sides is, perhaps, a more realistic target, but Hungary are aiming for the same objective, despite losing both games so far.

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Shaw to miss England v Denmark

Shaw missed the Three Lions’ tournament opener against Serbia as he continues his recovery from a muscle injury which has kept him out of action since 18 February.

Jude Bellingham scored the only goal of the game in Gelsenkirchen to put the 2020 finalists in control of Group C.

Luke, who has made 31 appearances for his country, scoring three goals, is the only natural left-back in the 26-man group for the tournament and will hope to be involved at some point over the next few weeks.

The 28-year-old has been training intermittently with the other members of the squad as he continues his recovery programme and Southgate added that his progress is as expected.

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