Victoria Derbyshire reports live from Germany, where she is following the England team and their fans. Call free on [number removed] to debate the issues.
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Simon Mayo continues his World Cup reportage from Germany, today from Cologne ahead of England's final Group B match this evening. Plus full commentary on Ecuador v Germany in Berlin at
3.00, and reports on Costa Rica v Poland. Also, commentary from the opening day of Royal Ascot, with John Inverdale and Cornelius Lysaght.
Mark Pougatch and Graham Taylor present live coverage from Cologne, where England play
Sweden, with commentary by Alan Green , Mike Ingham and Terry Butcher. Plus updates from
Kaiserslautern, where Paraguay play Trinidad and Tobago, kicking off at 8.00. Swede sorrow?: page 21
1966 World Cup Final DVD: page 21
Alan Green presents the Five Live football phone-in, live from Cologne in the wake of England's match against Sweden. To have a say call free on [number removed] or email via www.bbc.co.uk/606.
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