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Mark Wright has vowed he will streak on the pitch if England win against Scotland in the Euros on Friday.

The former TOWIE star and footie lover, 34, revealed he's ready to strip off at Wembley tomorrow if the game goes his way.

But if England don't win, he says he'll never speak to wife Michelle Keegan's dad again.

The ex-Corrie star's dad is Scottish and wants to see his team thrash England.

Mark said her dad's number will be "getting blocked for at least a month" if Scotland win.

He told The Sun : "I'm going to the game at Wembley… I watched the 1996 fixture at Wembley when Gazza scored that goal in the Euros. It was a moment I'll never forget.

Mark Wright says he'll streak on the pitch if England win
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"If Phil Foden or Jack Grealish can be our modern-day Gazza tonight and I'm there to witness it, it will be a dream come true.

"I might streak on the pitch."

He added: "I will never live it down. I will love-hate him for that period of time."

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Despite the friendly rivalry, Mark says "me and him love each other to bits".

Mark is currently fronting Sky Sports' coverage of the Euros alongside sports presenter Bela Shah.

He has been raking in a whopping £2,500 per show, and according to insiders, his time on the show will earn him more than £50,000 by the end of it all.

Mark with his wife Michelle
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He is a former Crawley Town player
(Image: PA)

The Heart radio presenter was previously a semi-professional football player was signed to League Two team Crawley Town in West Sussex in December.

He was released from his contract in May after only two times on the pitch.

His money-making presenting job comes after he and wife Michelle Keegan returned from their holiday in Portugal.

The couple enjoyed a sun-drenched and drinks-filled holiday with his family on the Algarve recently.

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