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Euro 2021: Having come this far, Euro 2020 is now for England to lose

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England they are in another semifinal, and this time Gareth southgateThe team will be considered the favorites of the last four teams at Euro 2020 to go all the way and finally end their 55-year wait for trophies.

Having fallen short in the 2018 World Cup, taking an advantage to be eliminated in the semifinals to Croatia – then lost an advantage again in another 2019 UEFA Nations League semi-final against The NetherlandsEngland have tournament experience that none of the other three semi-finalists count on.

Well balanced

South GateThe current squad has a good combination of tournament experience and freshness at the highest international level.

The likes of Mason Mount, Declan Rice, Jadon Sancho and Jude Bellingham You won’t have any bad memories of previous shortcomings and will have a lot to offer when you hit the field.

At the same time, more experienced team members like Harry Kane, Jordan Henderson and Kyle Walker and others will be desperate to go further than they have achieved in recent tournaments, particularly with the semifinals and final to be played at Wembley.


KaneThe desire to win the silver medal has become increasingly clear of late, with the England and Tottenham captain now keen to leave Spurs to compete at club level, but that thirst could be quenched this summer.

Harry Kane is congratulated by Jadon SanchoMike Hewitt / POOLEFE

Despite not having won a trophy in his career, Kane has the mindset of an elite professional, while the likes of Henderson, Stones and walker they know what it takes to win trophies thanks to their successes with Liverpool and Manchester City respectively.

Kieran trippier is champion of LaLiga Santander, while Chelsea players in the squad are European champions.

Home advantage

The novel format of this summer’s European Championship has not been universally well received, but with each of the four semi-finalists having the luxury of playing their group matches at home, it is clear that the advantage of playing at home and fewer trips have made a difference.

EnglandHaving played in Rome for their quarter-finals, they are now back home to Wembley for the semi-final and possible final, giving them the advantage against both. Denmark and, in case they surpass the Danes, Italy or Spain.

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