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The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Could England win Euro 2021? | Jason Burt’s expert analysis” – below is their description.
With the UEFA European Championship finally going ahead after being delayed for a year, The Telegraph’s Chief Football correspondent Jason Burt weighs in on England’s chances at winning the coveted cup.
“I think England are going into Euro 2020 as certainly one of the favourites”, he said. “In saying that, it’s actually probably a harder competition than the World Cup.”
Jason Burt also gives his insight into the Three Lions’ greatest strengths and weaknesses, as well as who will pose the greatest challenge on the road to the finals.
For all of the Telegraph’s coverage of Euro 2021 click here: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/euro-2021/
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