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EURO Today: All alive in Group B with England, Russia, Wales, Slovakia

Fans Gather In Saint-Etienne Ahead Of England v Slovakia Match

SAINT-ETIENNE, FRANCE - JUNE 19: Fans drink and sing next to England supporters flags hung outside bars ahead of tomorrow’s England v Slovakia Euro 2016 Group B match, on June 19, 2016 in Saint-Etienne, France. Following a draw against Russia in Marseille and a win against Wales in Lille, England fans have travelled to the central French city for the final group game against Slovakia. (Photo by Carl Court/Getty Images)

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There is only one certainty in Group B of EURO 2016: England won’t finish last.

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The Three Lions have four points thanks a draw with Russia and win over Wales, and head into Monday’s group finale against Slovakia assured of third place or better.

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EURO 2016, Game 27: England vs. Slovakia

When: Monday, 3 p.m. ET

Where: Stadium Municipal in Toulouse

Live updates:

A draw puts England into the knockout rounds, while a win gives them the group (They can also win the group with a draw and a Wales loss). Slovakia would definitely advance and could win the group with the win, while a draw will keep them out of third place. This is a potentially huge match for Roy Hodgson’s tenure as England boss, as it would be a massive disappointment to finish anywhere but the pinnacle of Group B.

EURO 2016, Game 28: Russia vs. Wales

When: Monday, 3 p.m. ET

Where: Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint-Étienne

Live updates:

The Russians needs a win and help to advance, given their single point earned so far, but will be happy to have a fighting chance entering the match. Wales will have to prove it wasn’t flattened by blowing a lead to rival England, but knowing a draw and an England win or draw would put them in the knockout rounds.

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