Euro 2020: BoJo, Brits, & birds predict England victory, but Italy fans confident in win

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    In the final days leading up to the Euro 2020 final, fans of England and Italy’s football teams have been predicting who will take home the championship, but now animals have made a clairvoyant prediction: England will be victorious.

    From a Siberian tiger in Russia to parrots and pigs in the U.K., all signs point to England getting its first Euro victory in its inaugural appearance in the championship. Prime Minister Boris Johnson agreed with the prediction, showing up outside 10 Downing Street on Friday to wave an England team flag for the media, while fans from parts of England adorned their homes with the banner and were hopeful the team would indeed “bring it home.”

    But Italy’s fans are rebuking the predictions, confident their team will win their second Euro championship, their first having been in 1968. Much like in England, Italians adorned their homes with flags, with many hopeful they will see victory. The Euro 2020 final takes place Sunday.

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