Israel and England are the last two teams left standing at the Under-19 EURO in Slovakia.
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Israel will take on England in the UEFA European Under-19 Championship final in Trnava on Friday 1 July.
Both the finalists, as well as beaten semi-finalists France and Italy, and play-off victors Slovakia, have also qualified for the 2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Indonesia.
We introduce the final two contenders: Israel, who are in uncharted territory, and former winners England.
Israel vs England (20:00, Trnava Stadium, Trnava)
2023 FIFA U-20 World Cup play-off
Slovakia 1-0 Austria (Trnava Stadium, Trnava)
Qualifying round: Group 4 runners-up (W1-0 vs Cyprus, W6-0 vs Moldova, L1-4 vs Netherlands)
Elite round: Group 1 winners (D0-0 vs Hungary, W3-1 vs Türkiye, W1-0 vs Scotland)
Group stage: Group B runners-up (D2-2 vs Serbia, W4-2 vs Austria, L0-1 vs England)
Semi-finals: W2-1 vs France
Finals top scorer: Oscar Gloukh 2
Top scorer including qualifying: Oscar Gloukh, Dor Turgeman 3
Previous best: Group stage (2014)
Qualifying round: Group 1 winners (W4-0 vs Andorra, D0-0 vs Switzerland, W2-0 vs Sweden)
Elite round: Group 3 winners (W3-1 vs Republic of Ireland, W4-0 vs Armenia, W2-0 vs Portugal)
Group stage: Group B winners (W2-0 vs Austria, W4-0 vs Serbia, W1-0 vs Israel)
Semi-finals: W2-1 vs Italy
Finals top scorer: Carney Chukwuemeka, Dane Scarlett 2
Top scorer including qualifying: Dane Scarlett 8
Final record: W1 L2
Previous best: Winners (2017)
2005: L1-3 vs France
2009: L0-2 vs Ukraine
2017: W1-2 Portugal