EURO 2020 is in full swing!
England and Scotland played out a nail-biting contest at Wembley, sharing the spoils after a 0-0 draw.
Italy, Holland and Belgium are the first team through to the second round with picking up their second wins.
Meanwhile Wales are on the brink of joining them after a stunning 2-0 win over Turkey in Baku.
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Follow all of the latest news, build up and updates below...
KANE WAS SOU DISAPPOINTING
Graeme Souness has slammed England captain Harry Kane after his anonymous showing against Scotland saying: "Football isn't coming home with this squad."
The England captain, 27, went missing yet again as Gareth Southgate's team were booed off the pitch after deservedly being held 0-0 against Scotland.
Kane struggled against Croatia on Sunday and barely had a sniff against the Scots either.
England now sit second in Group D behind Czech Republic on goal difference and will need to win their final game to win the group.
And ex-Liverpool and Scotland midfielder Souness took particular aim at Kane for his lacklustre showing in front of goal.
Speaking on ITV, Souness said: "The centre-backs had an easy night again him.
"Harry Kane looks a shadow of the player we know he is. In two games, he looks leggy, lacking enthusiasm..."
But Kane added: "A centre-forward is 90 per cent relying on the passes he's getting and he's not getting a great deal from that midfield.
"I don't care what anyone says; that ain't working."
UTD ‘£20m SHORT FOR JADON’
Manchester United could be up to £20million short of Borussia Dortmund’s £80m valuation of Jadon Sancho.
United are thought to have agreed personal terms with The England wideman, 21.
But the Mirror claim there is still A BIG difference between Old Trafford chiefs and the Bundesliga giants over the total fee – AND how it will be paid.
REST OF THE ENGLAND RATINGS
HARRY KANE - 5
Again struggled to get in game, couldn’t get the better of Grant Hanley and hauled off. Worrying form.
RAHEEM STERLING - 6
Lively from the start but lost his way and wasted series of good positions with poor choices.
Jack Grealish (on for Foden, 63') - Brief glimpses of creativity but did more work defensively - 6
Marcus Rashford (on for Kane, 74') - Hardly had a look-in as England stuttered in attack - 6
ENGLAND RATINGS CONTINUED
KALVIN PHILLIPS - 6
Risky kick-out at McGinn, not the force of the previous game but kept at it.
MASON MOUNT - 7
Locked in battle with Billy Gilmour, looked most inventive player and went close from the edge of the box.
PHIL FODEN - 6
Drifted infield to get involved but lacked the cutting edge needed or hoped for.
MORE ENGLAND RATINGS
TYRONE MINGS - 6
Relished the physical battle with Dykes, but clumsy slip almost cost England dear in second half.
LUKE SHAW - 6
Caught in behind early on, but settled into game. Didn’t provide as much threat going forward as hoped.
DECLAN RICE - 6
Kept the ball moving in midfield and did his job. Could do with striding forward more in possession.
ENGLAND RATINGS VS SCOTLAND
JORDAN PICKFORD - 7
Fine stop to deny O’Donnell and looked assured dealing with dangerous crosses.
REECE JAMES - 7
Unfazed by any pressure, calm in defence, measured in attack. Vital header off line.
JOHN STONES - 7
Vital early block to deny Che Adams, unlucky to head against post. Sound display.
KANE: RIGHT TO TAKE ME OFF
England skipper Harry Kane admitted Gareth Southgate was right to take him off after England's 0-0 shocker against impressive Scotland at Wembley.
Kane said: "It's part of the game and to be fair it was the right decision.
"Scotland defended well and had some chances. It was a fair result.
"We have a big game now against the Czechs. We want to finish top."
ENGLAND VS SCOTLAND FINISHES GOALLESS
Neither side could find the net at Wembley as England's match against Scotland finished 0-0.
John Stones should have opened the scoring for the hosts in the first half but his free header hit the post.
England were poor after that and the visitors had a few chances to get the winner.
Questions will be asked of Gareth Southgate's side after a worrying performance in London.
HOW ARE YOUR NERVES?
England vs Scotland is STILL 0-0 at Wembley.
There are seven minutes remaining in the match.
The Scots look the most likely to score and they need a win to kick-start their Euro 2020 campaign.
But it's impossible to tell which way this game's going to go.
NO SUBS AT HALF-TIME
Neither Gareth Southgate nor Steve Clarke has made a change at half-time.
England fans want Jack Grealish to be introduced!
It's 0-0 after 51 minutes.
PLENTY OF ACTION AT WEMBLEY
It's been an excellent start to the match between England and Scotland at Wembley.
John Stones should have opened the scoring for the hosts, hitting the post with a free header.
And the visitors were unfortunate to encounter an inspired Jordan Pickford as Stephen O'Donnell's powerful effort was stopped by the Everton goalkeeper.
It's remains 0-0 as we approach half-time.
ENGLAND VS SCOTLAND
The MASSIVE game between England and Scotland is underway at Wembley.
It's currently 0-0 after five minutes.
Here are the teams...
England: Pickford, James, Stones, Mings, Shaw, Phillips, Rice, Mount, Foden, Kane, Sterling.
Scotland: Marshall, Hanley, McTominay, Tierney, O'Donnell, McGregor, Gilmour, McGinn, Robertson, Adams, Dykes.
FT: CROATIA 1-1 CZECH REPUBLIC
The other match in Group D tonight between Croatia and Czech Republic finished in a draw.
The Czechs led through a contentious penalty in the 37th minute, awarded following a VAR check after Dejan Lovren’s flailing arm caught Patrik Schick at a corner.
Croatia were much improved after the break and levelled just two minutes into the second half when Ivan Perisic cut in from the left and drilled home.
The Czechs will probably be happier with the point but it’s a result which gives both nations hope of reaching the knockout phase.
Sir Alex Ferguson has arrived at Wembley to cheer on his beloved Scotland… but the Manchester United legend was refused VIP parking.
The former Red Devils and Aberdeen boss will be in attendance to watch England’s Euro 2020 showdown with the Tartan Army.
Fergie, 79, had a brief stint as boss of Scotland in 1985 but left the role after failing to qualify from their World Cup group a year later.
Despite his remarkable success in football, it appears he wasn’t handed the red carpet treatment in North London.
Ferguson was chauffeured to the home of football around four hours before kick-off.
But he wasn’t greeted with the warmest of welcomes when a steward turned him away from the VIP parking.
FITS THE BILL
A 'leaked' Scotland team has emerged on social media ahead of tonight's Euro 2020 crunch with England - and it contains Chelsea star Billy Gilmour.
The former Rangers kid has yet to start a match for his country but social media is ablaze with suggestions that he will be thrown into the heat of battle against the Auld Enemy.
Tongues were wagging when sources south of the border claimed they knew the Scotland team which would be playing against England today.
The team sees David Marshall starting in goal, with Stephen O'Donnell keeping his place at right back.
With Kieran Tierney apparently confirmed as a starter on the left side of a back three, it was claimed that Scott McTominay and Grant Hanley will be fielded alongside him.
That frees up a space for Gilmour to make a first start for his country in midfield, with Callum McGregor alongside him and John McGinn giving a more advanced posting.
According to the 'leaked' team, Che Adams comes in alongside Lyndon Dykes up top.
Football fans were loving BBC'S half-time show of Sweden vs Slovakia as Micah Richards belted out Usher's hit song Nice & Slow.
The Manchester City right-back was involved in a segment where Jack Grealish sang Robbies Williams' No 1 song She's The One.
And attention then turned to past initiation songs in the studio, where Wales' Ashley Williams recalled singing Beautiful Girls by Sean Kingston.
Former Arsenal star Alex Scott revealed she never sang one, before Richards burst out with his rendition of Nice & Slow, with Williams joining in.
And fans were loving it as they preferred the half-time show to the actual match, with Sweden and Slovakia going into the break at 0-0.
Taking to social media, one supporter tweeted: "The half-time pundits have been the best part of this game."
GIVE THEM MOUR
Jose Mourinho has offered Steve Clarke some tactical advice to help Scotland down England at Wembley.
The two Auld Enemies clash in their second Group D clash tonight.
Mourinho told talkSPORT: "Steve [Clarke] deserves all the respect and the last thing I want to do here is be the smart one, it’s just my opinion like anybody else who listens to this show.
"The fact McTominay can play in defence, he’s faster than Grant Hanley and I think Scotland need speed against Sterling and Rashford – they’re going to attack the space in the behind.
“Do you lose a very strong midfield player? Yes.
"But [Stuart] Armstrong and [John] McGinn are good players who are intense and recover balls and the kid, [Billy] Gilmour, he will give them a focal point because he wants the ball all the time."
Belgium's Euro 2020 squad has dedicated the 2-1 win over Denmark to Leicester City's Timothy Castagne after he was sent home with a broken eye socket.
The full-back picked up the injury after a horrific clash of heads with Russia's Daley Kuzyaev midway through the opening Group B clash.
Castagne broke his eye socket, which could have been a career-ending injury.
And it required a six-hour operation to fix, alongside metal parts to aid the recovery process.
Lukaku, after starring in Belgium's 2-1 away win against Denmark, posted a picture to Instagram of the Belgium squad holding Castagne's shirt, dedicating the win to the Foxes full-back.
He captioned the post: "Tough game but another win! Great atmosphere we really enjoyed it!
"@timothycastagne we love you bro this victory is for you!"
Gareth Southgate has been talking to the media and it looks like Raheem Sterling will keep his place after deciding the game against Croatia.
The England boss said: "Well I think any tournament the fall out from the first game is always massive, good or bad.
“I liked the way we settled so quickly for a team that weren’t able to play together in the friendlies.
“Throughout the game, our defending from front to back was excellent and I thought our forwards, and in particular our wide players, Raheem stood out.
“In terms of cutting the angles off, his tackling back, and I know people don’t want to hear coaches talking about that from wingers, but it’s a reality of the game.”
FT: SWEDEN 0-0 SLOVAKIA
Well that was boring...
Sweden have beaten Slovakia 1-0 thanks to a second-half penalty from Emil Forsberg.
It wasn't a great game in St Petersburg, with BBC pundits deciding to SING rather than discuss the football at half-time.
Let's hope for more action in the match between Croatia and Czech Republic - coming up at 5pm (UK time).
Christian Eriksen sent his Denmark team-mates a WhatsApp message praising their 'fantastic' performance against Belgium.
The midfielder sent the text from his hospital bed after his side's unfortunate 2-1 defeat, revealed Martin Braithwaite.
Striker Braithwaite, who hit the bar late on, revealed: "Eriksen wrote in the Whatsapp group after the game, he said we had been fantastic, I read the text on my way to the dressing room.
"We had a great start, we proved to be mentally strong. We played for Christian and the whole country.
"We felt the whole stadium around us, it was amazing."
CLASH OF THE TITANS
Rowdy Scotland and England fans have flooded London in a sea of red, white and blue hours before the biggest clash in the Euros so far.
The capital has been invaded by Buckfast-swigging, kilt-wearing Tartan Army supporters ahead of tonight's Auld Enemy match against England.
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