England are into the Euro 2024 quarter-finals, though you'd be forgiven for not feeling particularly enthused at this stage of the competition.

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It looked like The Three Lions were exiting the competition last time out against Slovakia before Jude Bellingham's 95th-minute goal saved Gareth Southgate's blushes.

Harry Kane netted the winner in extra time on Sunday but England have looked subdued so far in the tournament.

Boss Southgate faced boos from fans inside the stadium after England's goalless draw with Slovenia in the group stages, while fans and media alike are growing restless.

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There hasn't been much cause for optimism on the pitch, but England's route to the final looks relatively favourable.

Germany, France, Portugal and Spain are all filtered into the same half of the draw, away from England. Of course, there are no easy games in the Euros, but you'd take England's potential route to Berlin on paper.

RadioTimes.com looks at the most likely path England may tread if they advance through the rounds at Euro 2024 – assuming there are no major shocks.

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Who will England play in the quarter-finals?

England will play Switzerland at 5pm on Saturday 6th July in Düsseldorf.

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Who could England play in the semi-finals?

England will play either Netherlands or Turkey at 8pm on Wednesday 10th July in Dortmund.

Our predicted opponent: Netherlands

Who could England play in the final?

England will play either France, Portugal, Spain or Germany at 8pm on Sunday 14th July in Berlin.

Our predicted opponent: Spain

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