Euro 24 Day 1: 200 Scotts descend on Germany as Munich prepares for beautiful Opening Ceremony

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Euro 24 Day 1: 200 Scotts descend on Germany as Munich prepares for beautiful Opening Ceremony

Finally, Euro 2024 will kick off on Friday June 2024. The 17th edition of the Euros is expected to be bigger and more exciting than the previous 16 ed

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Finally, Euro 2024 will kick off on Friday June 2024. The 17th edition of the Euros is expected to be bigger and more exciting than the previous 16 editions as the Titan Army of Scotland plays against the host Germany in Munich at the Allianz Arena.

On Friday, a beautiful Opening Ceremony is expected with Former German skippers Bernard Dietz and Jürgen Klinsmann (1996), will be alongside Franz Beckenbauer’s wife Heidi as they bring the European Championship trophy (Henri Delaunay Cup) onto the pitch before the tournament gets underway, in a way to ensure all three of Germany’s Euro triumphs are represented at the ceremony.

51 games will be played with the final game to be played on 14th July at the Berlin Olympiastadion.

Opening Match

Germany will host Scotland with victory in mind. In the three last major tournaments Germany have attended, they have began each with defeat leading them to a disastrous campaigns.

Young manager Julian Naggelsman will be eager to commence on a higher note as millions of Germans are ready to cheer them on.

Toni Kroos’ return is considered a blessing as he is due to partner Gundogan and Andrich in midfield. Youngsters Musiala and Wirtz will form an attack with Kai Havertz to give Scotland’s defence a hell of a night.

Manuel Neuer is confirmed to be the number 1 at the expense of Ter Stegen. Rudiger, Tah, Kimmich and Mittelstädt will be Germans back four.

Underdogs Scotland has got nothing to lose on Friday night as they look to spring a huge surprise.

The Premier League contingents of Gilmour, McGinn, Robertson and McTominay have the talent to trouble Germany.

Expect Germany to win against Scotland at 7 pm.

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