ENGLAND enjoyed an unbeaten Euro 2024 qualifying campaign.
However, the real test will come when the finals kick off on June 14 in Germany.
England’s group at Euro 2024 has been simulatedCredit: The Times
The finals kick off on June 14Credit: Getty
Our simulation has handed Harry Kane and Co a tough drawCredit: Getty
Scotland’s fate has also been simulatedCredit: Kenny Ramsay
Scotland confirmed their place in the tournament after a stunning qualification process saw them finish a comfortable second in their group behind Spain.
The two home nations could be joined by Wales if they progress through the playoffs.
Gareth Southgate’s boys came so close to winning the whole thing last time out – but it was that old familiar foe, penalties, that saw them fall to Italy in the final at Wembley.
Southgate will be hoping Harry Kane and Co can go one better when the final rolls around on July 14.
But England’s match ups in the group stage could be pivotal when it comes to achieving that goal in Germany.
SunSport looked at the best and worst possible scenarios for England following their qualification in November.
Fans will not need to wait too long to find out the fate of their respective nations with the draw taking place tomorrow in Hamburg.
But having simulated the full draw, what are the home nations predicted fates?
Wales, who need to progress through Play-off A to make the finals, could face a group including hosts Germany, Denmark and the Czech Republic in Group A.
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A repeat of the EURO 2020 group sees England drawn in the same group as Scotland again.
A resurgent Turkey round out the group alongside Euro 2020 Champions Italy.
Heavy-hitters France were handed a dream group against Romania, Slovenia and the winner of Play-off C.
Likewise, Spain have a favourable draw against Albania, Slovakia and Serbia.
Meanwhile, Belgium’s simulated group is no pushover, with a tricky selection against Hungary, Croatia and Switzerland.
Group F, however, is the obligatory group of death.
Portugal, Austria, the Netherlands and the winner of Play-off B all feature in the set.
SunSport have also looked at who may and may not make the plane, with bad news expected for the likes of Mason Mount.
You can take a look at the simulated draw in full below…
The group stage in full