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The European Championship 2020 is set to begin on Friday June 11, with England's first match against Croatia being played at Wembley two days later.

With the Euros group stages a little more complex than usual, and a potentially favourable route through the tournament for England should they finish second in their group, fans may need a wallchart to stay organised and on top of the action.

Wall charts are as central to international football tournaments as sticker books and trading cards, and crossing out the tournament favourites is nearly as exciting as filling them out as your team progresses.

With 24 teams in six different groups (A-F), the group stage is not completely straightforward. The top two teams in each group qualify for the knockout rounds.

The other four teams in the round of 16 are the teams with the most points in third place. In Euro 2016, eventual winners Portugal qualified through this route, as they drew all of their group stage matches.

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Portugal lifted the trophy despite only winning one game in 90 minutes across the entire tournament, a 2-0 victory over Wales in the semi-final.

England have three group matches, the first of which is against Croatia. Gareth Southgate's side are in Group D, but are likely to be without Liverpool skipper, Jordan Henderson, and Manchester United captain, Harry Maguire, for the tournament opener.

The Three Lions' second match is against Scotland, who are participating in their first international tournament for 23 years. Steve Clarke's side will hope to qualify in the top two, but will also be eying up qualification to the round of 16 through the third place route.

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England's third and final group stage match is against the Czech Republic. Should England qualify from the group stage, there are a number of different routes they could take to the final.

If England finish atop the group, they will play their round of 16 game against the second-placed team from Group F, which includes France, Germany, Hungary and Portugal. This match would be played on Tuesday June 29.

If England win this game, they will play their quarter-final match in the Stadio Olimpico in Rome on Saturday July 3 at 8pm.

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However, if England finish second in their group, they will play in Copenhagen against the second-placed team in Group E, which is comprised of Poland, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden. If England win this game, they will play their quarter-final match in St Petersburg on Friday July 2at 6pm.

The semi-finals (Tuesday July 6 and Wednesday July 7) and final (Sunday July 11) are being played at Wembley.