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Who should you support in the EURO 2020 final?

Not sure who to get behind in Sunday's UEFA EURO 2020 final? Let us give you a steer.

Italy fans at Wembley
Italy fans at Wembley Getty Images

Italy or England will lift the trophy after the UEFA EURO 2020 final at Wembley Stadium on 11 July.

Are you looking for a team to throw your support behind? Maybe you are looking for a national team containing players from your favourite club side?

If you are keen to find a team that captures your imagination, matches your personality type or wears your favourite colours, read through our guide to the finalists.

England

Watch Kane's England double against Ukraine
Watch Kane's England double against Ukraine

If goals are your thing then England are an a worthy pick given their eight qualifiers spawned an average of 5.38 per match (F37 A6) – the most of any nation. Gareth Southgate's men have picked up that baton in the knockout stages at the finals too, scoring two against Germany, four versus Ukraine and two more in their tense semi-final against Denmark.

The Three Lions are also playing in their tenth EURO, which is the most participations any country has racked up without winning the title. With the decider taking place in London, has their time finally come to bring home a first trophy since the FIFA World Cup in 1966?
Colours: white, blue

Italy

EURO 2016 highlights: Italy 2-0 Spain
EURO 2016 highlights: Italy 2-0 Spain

Enjoy the drama of a penalty shoot-out? If so, the Azzurri are the team to follow as they have been involved in a record six such nail-biters, including their exhausting semi-final success against Spain. Then there are the records that Roberto Mancini's side are currently setting; they are unbeaten in 40 EURO qualifiers, dating back to 2006, and racked up a record 15 consecutive wins across the finals and qualifying before the semi-final against Spain.

Translating that form into silverware is surely the final step for the 2000 and 2012 runners-up, whose only previous EURO triumph came on home soil in the 1968 competition.
Colours: blue, white

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