Kick-off time England-Ukraine


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In Rome for the next stop of the “It’s Coming Home” tour in England.

After defeating Germany in a knockout match for the first time in 55 years, the Three Lions face Ukraine in the Euro 2020 quarter-finals.

England are hoping for chances of reaching the final as they are on the easier side of the draw, but Ukraine have shown courage to beat Sweden in extra time in their last 16 games.

The two countries haven’t faced each other since a World Cup qualifying deadlock in September 2013, so there has been a renewal of talent during that time.

Gareth Southgate’s side will have to settle for little support in the stands as fans have not been allowed to travel to Italy due to coronavirus restrictions.

Could it make a difference? Who knows but the English will party until the end of the night if they progress. You can find all the information you need to England v Ukraine below.

Kick-off time England-Ukraine

England face Ukraine at Stadio Olimpico in Rome on saturday july 3. the Euro 2020 quarter-finals game is expected to start at 8 p.m. BST.

It could be a long night if the game ends with extra time and penalties.

England v Ukraine team news

Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell have returned to the England squad after being forced into self-isolation for 10 days due to close contact with Scotland ace Billy Gilmour, who tested positive for COVID-19.

Southgate have a fit squad to pick form and their biggest dilemma is sticking with three at the back or reverting to the 4-3-3 formation they used in the group stage.

A tactical change would likely see Kyle Walker or Kieran Trippier give up with Mount, Jack Grealish or Phil Foden about to enter.

Saturday 8:00 p.m .: England v Ukraine
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Kalvin Phillips, Declan Rice, Harry Maguire and Foden will all have to be on their best demeanor as an additional booking would exclude them from any potential semi-finals.

Ukrainian striker Artem Besedin suffered a serious knee injury following Marcus Danielson’s powerful tackle in the round of 16 at Hampden Park.

Sub Artem Dovbyk scored Ukraine’s winning goal in overtime to death and could enter the XI.

England v Ukraine odds

England – 4/11
Draw – 7/2
Ukraine – 1/8

England to progress – 1/6
Ukraine to progress – 4/1

England v Ukraine Tips

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England to win
Raheem Sterling will have 1 or more shots on target
Andriy Yarmolenko will have 1 or more shots on target
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England v Ukraine prediction

Former England international Phil Thompson has picked three best bets and is backing the Three Lions to make their way to the semi-finals.

“England will probably go with a back four and this game needs a Jack Grealish or a Phil Foden. They will face an all-out defense as Ukraine play five in the back, ”Thommo told Paddy Power News.

“England will need someone to open them. In practice this week, they’ll have to work on how to break that five-man defense.

” I’m going with England wins at zero and Harry Kane will score anytime. He scored his goal against Germany and I hope he keeps that form and the net against Ukraine. If I had to pick a score, I would come back England wins 2-0. “

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