ENGLAND could now have a DREAM route to Wembley glory next month… if they survive their last-16 clash with Germany.
And Holland's shock defeat to the Czech Republic on Sunday has made it even better.
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Gareth Southgate led the Three Lions to victories over Croatia and the Czechs, with a hard-fought draw over Scotland sandwiched in between.
And results elsewhere seem to have presented England with their best chance yet to win a first major tournament since the 1966 World Cup.
England finished top of Group D after Tuesday night's win at Wembley.
As a result, they face the unenviable challenge of taking on the runners-up in the feared Group F.
On a rollercoaster night of action, England looked set to face each of France, Portugal, Germany and Hungary at different stages.
But come full-time it is, somewhat inevitably, a clash with our old enemies the Germans awaiting Southgate's Lions.
That blockbuster takes place on Tuesday at Wembley, kicking off at 5pm.
If England can break with tradition and win, they will play their quarter-final clash against either Sweden, who surprisingly pipped Spain to top spot in Group E, or 3rd-place qualifiers Ukraine.
England beat the Swedes at the same stage in the last World Cup, as Harry Maguire and Dele Alli netted in a 2-0 win.
That clash would take place on July 3, with kick-off in Rome at 8pm.
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In the semis, England are now in line to face either Wales' conquerors Denmark or the Czechs again, after they stunned remaining 'giant' in the Three Lions' half, Holland, on Sunday.
That leaves favourites France in the other half of the draw, along with giants Portugal, Belgium, Italy and Spain.
If all goes well, England could be facing one of them at the end of the glorious summer, in the final at Wembley on July 11.
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