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Page 3 girls are gearing up to watch England vs Scotland this evening.
The UK nations are battling to get through to the next stages of Euro 2020 – and we’re all on the edge of our seats!
To mark the occasion, Daily Star models Chloe and Jess spoke about the football tournament on Facebook Live.
Both ladies are backing the Three Lions to go all the way – and they’ve also applauded players for “taking the knee” before games.
While some have described the feature as “too political” for football, the ladies think the gesture is an important one when it comes to raising awareness for racism.
During our Hot Topics panel, Jess said: “I think it’s a nice gesture that shows solidarity with everything that’s been going on.”
Jess added: “It’s like what – 30 seconds or whatever – and I think they should do it.”
And Chloe said: “I mean, I completely agree with Jess.
“It only takes a couple of seconds and it’s just a lovely thing to do.
“I don’t think they should be forced to do it – but I think it’s a nice gesture and they should all do it to support the team and what they believe in.”
Page 3 star Apollonia Llewellyn – AKA Barbi – has also declared "It's coming home".
The star wore a skimpy version of an England kit in a picture shared with her 390,000 followers.
Fans couldn't get enough of the crop top and shorts ensemble – but it did end up distracting them from the game in hand!
While our English models are rooting for Gareth Southgate’s side, Rangers-mad glamour model Lana Wolf is backing Scotland.
The blonde bombshell has travelled down to London along with thousands of Scotland fans.
She is looking forward to tuning into her country’s first meeting in a major tournament for 23 years.
It will also be only the second time Scotland will play England in a major tournament after their fateful meeting in Euro 96.
More than half (53 per cent) of residents in England and Scotland will be tuning in to Friday night’s titanic football match between the two sides.
Nearly one in five adults have invested in their home entertainment setup to experience the hotly anticipated clash in its full glory.
And while 56% enjoy ‘a friendly rivalry’ in football between the home nations of the UK, a third would actively root for the opposition of any home nation they don’t support.
So who is going to secure victory tonight? Only time will tell…
- Page 3
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