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Premier League team-mates set to be rivals after EURO 2024 draw

3 Dec 2023
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Club team-mates set to go head-to-head for their national teams in Germany next summer

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Club team-mates will become national rivals after the draw for EURO 2024 was made on Saturday.

Twenty-four countries will compete in Germany next summer, with the competition running from 14 June until 14 July, when the final will be played at Berlin's Olympiastadion.

Liverpool duo Andy Robertson and Dominik Szoboszlai will face each other in Group A after Scotland and Hungary were drawn together along with hosts Germany and Switzerland.

Croatia and Manchester City pair Josko Gvardiol and Mateo Kovacic will compete with Rodri’s Spain in Group B, one of the toughest groups at the tournament.

In the same group, Chelsea’s Armando Broja could feature for Albania against Spain's Marc Cucurella and Robert Sanchez, while Arsenal’s Jorginho and David Raya may also line up against each other when Italy face Spain.

Tottenham Hotspur fans will have divided loyalties in Group B as Destiny Udogie (Italy), Ivan Perisic (Croatia) and Pedro Porro (Spain) could all feature for their respective nations.

England’s fixture against Denmark in Group C will also potentially pit Premier League team-mates against each other. Spurs’ James Maddison and Pierre Emile-Hojbjerg and Manchester United's Luke Shaw and Christian Eriksen could all be on the pitch.

In Group D, Liverpool centre-backs Virgil van Dijk and Ibrahima Konate may face each other in an important fixture, with Cody Gakpo also a potential starter, while Man Utd defenders Raphael Varane and Tyrell Malacia could also meet in France’s match against Netherlands.

Fulham’s Timothy Castagne will see a familiar face in Marek Rodak in Group E when Belgium face Slovakia.

GROUP A GROUP B GROUP C
Germany Albania Denmark
Hungary Croatia England
Scotland Italy Serbia
Switzerland Spain Slovenia
GROUP D GROUP E GROUP F
 Austria Belgium Czech Republic
 France Romania Portugal
 Netherlands Slovakia Turkey
 Playoff Winners (A) Playoff Winners (B) Playoff Winners (C)

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