Dan Ashworth believes England could be the big winners of playing back-to-back major Euro 2021 tournaments. Euro 2021 fans can book England Vs Croatia Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Brighton technical director 49 is feeling self-confident because Gareth Southgate’s squad is packed full of youth. UEFA’s decision to delay the Euros by 12 months means the tournament will be played in 2021.

That will place a huge burden on the squads to be able to cram in a packed international schedule as well as condensed club demands. But former FA technical director Ashworth believes this will play straight into the Three Lions’ hands.

He said Putting it back a year wouldn’t be detrimental to England Euro 2021 as they’re a young squad, compared to some aging teams. Tournaments being held 16 months apart that will be no problem.

When England last played back in November, Euro qualifiers against Montenegro and Kosovo, Southgate fielded the youngest side for more than 60 years with an average age of 23. Euro 2021 fans can book England Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

Over the coming year, older players like 29-year-olds Kyle Walker and Kieran Trippier plus Fabian Delph, 30, will likely disappear from the picture with youngsters such as Phil Foden, 19, and 18-year-old Marcus Greenwood waiting in the wings. Contrast that with one of their big rivals for Euros success Belgium. Their squad may be just over the hill by next summer.

By the Euros, defenders Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen will be 32 and 33, while Vincent Company and Thomas Vermaelen will both be 35. Even Belgian talisman Eden Hazard will be 30, so time is not on their side.

Ashworth also believes squeezing in two tournaments plus the qualifiers for Qatar will mean more regular meet-ups for the squad, which could ultimately prove beneficial. One of the problems for international teams is the gap between matches.

This can lead to a lack of cohesion but there is now the opportunity to get a club-like feel around the England Euro 2021 squad. He added If you asked Gareth Southgate, Steve Holland and others involved with England’s senior team, they’d like a tournament every summer.

They are competitive beasts and they want to play matches and win. The quicker they come round, the better. So, I don’t think it will unduly affect England. You could argue it will be advantageous because there is less of a gap between Euro 2021 tournaments.

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