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Euro 2024 day 10: Scotland aiming to reach knockout stages for first time

Scotland finish their Group A campaign against Hungary in Stuttgart on Sunday knowing a win would almost certainly see them into the knockout stages of a major tournament for the first time.

Hosts Germany will be out to get a third straight win when they take on Switzerland at the Frankfurt Arena, where the state of the pitch has caused plenty of concern.

On Saturday, Portugal beat Turkey 3-0 in Dortmund to clinch top spot in Group F with a match to spare while Belgium saw off Romania to get their Group E campaign back on track.

Minnows Georgia claimed their first point at a major tournament after drawing 1-1 with the Czech Republic in Hamburg – but both teams face a battle to qualify for the knockout phase.

Here's a look ahead to day 10 of Euro 2024...

Steve Clarke’s side have just one point from their first two matches – but a win against Hungary would almost certainly see Scotland into the knockout stages of a major tournament for the first time.

The massed ranks of the Tartan Army have again travelled in numbers, with the expectation of being there to see Scotland make history.

“We feel good,” said Clarke. “We thought it might come down to needing to get something out of the last game in the group.

“We need to get three points to at least finish third in the group, and we will see where that takes us in the competition.”

Germany coach Julian Nagelsmann admits concerns over the state of the Frankfurt Arena pitch have left him worrying whether his players will suffer injuries in their final Group A game against Switzerland.

England laboured to a 1-1 draw against Denmark in Frankfurt on Thursday, with players from both teams struggling to keep their feet as chunks of turf cut up, and UEFA said a “detailed maintenance