ENGLAND legend Gary Lineker has urged the Three Lions to win their Euros group and not be 'so bloody cautious'.
Gareth Southgate's side could land a tie against France, Germany or Portugal in the last 16 if they beat Czech Republic and win Group D tonight.
And some have suggested that finishing second would provide an easier path to Euros glory as they'd face Poland, Spain, Sweden or Slovakia.
But BBC pundit Lineker – who scored 48 times for his country – wants England to 'attack' and get back to winning ways after their 0-0 draw with Scotland.
Lineker tweeted: "Lot of rubbish about whether England better off losing for easier last 16 game.
"You play to win every game. Winning gives confidence.
"If you’re scared of playing France/Germany you’ve got no chance of winning the tournament anyway.
"Let’s stop being so bloody cautious. Attack!"
England are in second place in Group D heading into their clash with Czech Republic.
Southgate's side beat Croatia in their opener before being held by Scotland last Friday.
A win tonight would seal top spot and a Wembley second round game next Tuesday.
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And their opponents would be the runners-up of Group F – France, Germany, Portugal or Hungary – which is decided tomorrow.
If England finish second in their group then they'll head to Copenhagen on Monday for their second round tie.
There, they would face the runners-up in Group E – Spain, Sweden, Poland or Slovakia – which is also decided tomorrow.
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