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    France, Germany and Portugal have been drawn into the pool of death for next year's EURO finals

    France, Germany and Portugal have been drawn into the pool of death for next year's EURO finals


    Portugal are the competition's defending champions, while the other two sides have won the past two football World Cups.

    England will play Croatia, the side that knocked them out of last year's World Cup, and also Switzerland, with a fourth team yet to be determined.

    The world's top ranked side, Belgium, will have to get past Finland, Russia and Denmark to make the next round.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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