ENGLAND are preparing for what some would call a 'loser-take-all' clash with the Czech Republic.
Three points will see Gareth Southgate's men top Group D, but earn a likely last 16 clash against one of France, Portugal or Germany at Wembley.
Second place, however, would see England take on the runner-up of Group E – containing Spain, Sweden, Poland and Slovakia – in Copenhagen.
But would England fans be allowed to travel to the game?
Can England fans travel to Copenhagen?
England fans can travel to Copenhagen for the match provided they are fully vaccinated, according to the Foreign Office.
To enter Denmark, you will have to have received your second jab with a vaccine approved by the European Medicines Agency within 14 days of travel.
(All vaccines the UK is using have been approved by the European Medicines Agency.)
This applies to all England supporters, except those from Blackburn with Darwen, Bolton, Rossendale and Bedford.
Fans from those four areas must prove they have a "worthy purpose" for visiting Denmark, take a PCR test within 48 hours of travel, test on arrival and undergo a ten-day quarantine, effectively making it impossible to see the match.
Denmark does have a Test to Release scheme after four days of self-isolation.
These rules are valid until Saturday, June 26 and subject to change after that date.
What if I haven't received two jabs?
If you are unvaccinated or have only received one jab, you will not be able to travel to Copenhagen.
Rules in this situation are the same as those for visitors from Blackburn with Darwen, Bolton, Rossendale and Bedford.
There are no exemptions to Denmark's entry rules for Euro 2020 fans.
Do I need a PCR test to enter Denmark?
No Covid tests are required for fully vaccinated visitors to Denmark from the UK.
Can fans from other countries visit Denmark?
Denmark's entry rules vary by country.
The Danes hosted Finland and Belgium with three thousand away fans in attendance, however very few Russia fans were in attendance as the country's Sputnik vaccine is not approved by the European Medicines Agency.
Do I have to self-isolate on return from Denmark?
Under current UK government rules you will have to self-isolate for ten days on your return from Denmark.
You must also take a rapid or PCR test before you board your flight to the UK and provide proof of bookings for PCR tests on Day 2 and Day 8 after your return.
You can also use Test to Release by booking a third test on Day 5, allowing you to end your quarantine on Day 7.
However, you will still need to take the Day 2 and Day 8 tests.
Denmark is currently on the UK amber list which means these rules will continue to apply unless the country is moved to the green list in Thursday's review of the traffic light system.
The UK government is considering allowing double-jabbed passengers to skip quarantine on their return from amber list countries, but this system is unlikely to be in place until after Euro 2020.
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