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England have confirmed the final Euro 2020 warm-up games with Austria and Romania.
Gareth Southgate’s side will face Austria at Vienna’s Ernst Happel Stadion on Tuesday, June 2 for a match during a pre-tournament training camp.
On Sunday, June 7, they will host Romania, but it wont’ be at Wembley as they have to “release” the Euro 2020 to UEFA for tournament games.
Football Association bosses are considering St. James’ park, Old Trafford and the Etihad to prepare for the match.
England have been drawn against Croatia, Czech Republic and the winner of the play-off round featuring Scotland, Israel and Serbia. The national team’s Group matches will be played at Wembley.
Austria have been drawn against Ukraine, Holland and the play-off winner in the Group C for the next summer’s finals, while Romania will hope to secure their place through the play-off in March.