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  1. Whilst, I wouldn't want to write-off Denmark who looked certain to be knocked out of the group stages in which they played quite poorly. I still feel England have what it takes to make the final, defensively the Three Lions have been superb - with Jordan Pickford being one of the standout keepers throughout the tournament so far. I think it's safe to say, he'll win the 'Golden Glove' award and for good reason. Denmark has some neat midfielders, but they're far from perfect. I mean, England wasn't exciting anyone themselves in the group stages, but they always did look well-organised. On the day, the better team will win - be that Denmark or England. What I will say, is there's clear signs that the England camp and squad are growing with confidence - they're not getting ahead of themselves. Gareth Southgate will have them firmly placed on the ground, but I can see is England controlling midfield. It will be down to whoever creates, takes their chances and defends bravely. Statistical wise, both teams are quite similar with their offensive play. Crosses completed by Denmark is 28%, England is 30%. One positive note for England, is if they make the most of their set pieces this could break Denmark's defence down. England have scored 5 headers, to Denmark single goal. Passing rate for Denmark is 82% to England's 88%. Denmark also tend to give more fouls away, so playing Jack Grealish and Phil Foden could benefit play. I think the game will be quite open at first, but I think once settled England will show their class. I have to say, I have been impressed by the defending from England, Scotland and Germany had good chances but I never felt like they would score. Go back to the Golden Generation, I always worried that a mistake would happen.
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  2. This will be him when he gets older! Nothing to see, move along peeps!
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  3. https://www.redbull.com/gb-en/theredbulletin/the-strangest-football-stadiums-in-the-world two of my favs that i have seen over the years. there are a few that are on water.
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