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Come watch Jadon Sancho and England face Axel Witsel, Thorgan Hazard, and the Red Devils of Belgium

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I promised a Sunday thread, so a Sunday thread is what I shall deliver.

There are two matches today featuring Borussia Dortmund players, both kicking off at 2:45 PM EST. Today’s big ticket item is England vs Belgium two footballing powerhouses with plenty of BVB players. Jude Bellingham and Jadon Sancho will have the chance to suit up for the three lions, while Axel Witsel, Thorgan Hazard, and Thomas Meunier will have the chance to start for Belgium.

If you’re itching for something else, with a bit more Thomas Delaney-ness, there’s also Denmark vs Iceland at 2:45 pm, in a classic edition of the Scandinavi-derby, a well-known historical term for this matchup that I certainly didn’t just make up. If the attacking talent of Raheem Sterling, Jadon Sancho, and Harry Kane isn’t enough for you, then maybe try watching the inherent comedy of a Thomas Delaney-Christian Eriksen midfield. It’s definitely worth it.

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