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Picture this: your favourite Premier League stars going head-to-head, not in a local derby but on the grand stage of the EUROs. With England eyeing a group win and the round of 16 looming, we’re in for some spicy matchups. Think teammates-turned-rivals and the drama that comes with it. Let’s dive into the chaos.

Arsenal: Gunners Galore at the EUROs


Arsenal is practically a country of its own at the EUROs, with 11 players repping their nations. In the opening match, Kai Havertz (Germany) already squared off against Kieran Tierney (Scotland). And that’s just the beginning.

Belgium’s Leandro Trossard is likely advancing, while England’s Bukayo Saka and Declan Rice are leading their group. Spain’s David Raya has been warming the bench, but don’t be surprised if he gets his moment to shine soon. It’s like an Arsenal reunion with more national pride and a competitive edge.

Liverpool: Reds on the Rampage

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Hungary had a slim chance to make the round of 16, and it failed, so Szoboszlai will certainly not be facing any more of his teammates in Germany. But Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joe Gomez are suiting up for England, so there’s still some Reds-on-Reds action coming on the turf.

Gakpo, Gravenberch, and van Dijk are holding it down for the Netherlands, currently leading Group D. Add Konate with France and Jota with Portugal, and you’ve got potential action that’s too good to miss.

Manchester City: Citizens in the Spotlight

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Rodrigo, one of Europe’s top defenders, anchors Spain’s defence. Come around 16, he might find himself facing Nathan Ake (Netherlands), or the English trio of Phil Foden, Kyle Walker, and John Stones. Then there’s Kevin De Bruyne and Jeremy Doku with Belgium or Portugal’s power quartet of Bernardo Silva, Ruben Dias, Matheus Nunes, and Joao Cancelo. It’s a Man City civil war waiting to happen.

Manchester United: Red Devils’ Redemption

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Christian Eriksen’s return to top-flight football is nothing short of miraculous. If Denmark progresses, he might clash with Portugal’s Bruno Fernandes. Considering Eriksen’s inspiring comeback story and Fernandes’ relentless drive, it’s a matchup dripping with drama.

Tottenham Hotspur: Spurs Showdown

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A newly-minted Romanian international who plays for Tottenham hopes to make waves at the EUROs. Should Romania advance, he could be up against Micky van de Ven (Netherlands) or Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (Denmark). The one teammate he’s unlikely to face is Guglielmo Vicario. This is unless the Italian goalie swaps gloves for a striker’s jersey (don’t hold your breath).

Who Are You Rooting For?

So there you have it, the lowdown on Premier League teammates potentially turning into EURO rivals. Who are you placing your bets on? If you’re looking for the best odds and betting tips, check out for all the details. Which matchups are you most excited about? Got any predictions or inside info?

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