Euro 2020 - England defender Harry Maguire declares himself fit for Scotland clash at Wembley Stadium on Friday
Harry Maguire insists he is fit to face Scotland in England's next Euro 2020 group clash. The centre-back missed the opening day victory over Croatia and has been nursing an ankle injury for the last month. "I've done a few sessions now and feel like my fitness is there, so I'm available for the game," Maguire said. England can take a huge step towards the knockout stages with a win on Saturday.
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“He wouldn't hold me back if he thought I was fit for the first, second or third group game.
"He said: 'Go and enjoy it, make sure it's right, obviously'.
“We have been in constant contact and the club have been brilliant with me."
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Italy became the first side on Wednesday to secure their spot in the next round and England can take a huge step towards doing the same with a win over Scotland, while another loss for Steve Clarke's side would virtually end their hopes of progressing after they slipped to a 2-0 defeat to the Czech Republic in their first game.