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Dublin, Glasgow and Bilbao face Euros axe with England in line to land extra games

DUBLIN, Glasgow and Bilbao are at risk of losing their hosting duties for this summer's European Championships.

And England could be the beneficiaries, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson telling The Sun earlier this week that 'we are certainly on' for extra hosting duties.

Uefa are determined for stadiums to be at least 50 per cent full for the summer's matches.

And according to AP News, cities that cannot give that guarantee 'within weeks' are at risk of being axed.

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