- Southgate positive about playing Denmark, Slovenia and Serbia
- Scotland meet Germany; Spain, Italy and Croatia drawn together
Gareth Southgate promised England can handle the pressure of competing to win Euro 2024 after they were dealt an appetising group stage draw against Serbia, Denmark and Slovenia. England avoided trickier-looking foes in the lower-ranked pots and will feel confident of progressing to the round of 16.
The most eyecatching fixture from a British perspective, though, gave Scotland the responsibility of opening the tournament against the host nation Germany on 14 June. That match will take place at Allianz Arena, in Munich; Scotland will also face Hungary and Switzerland in a tight-looking Group A.
Written by Nick Ames in Hamburg
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