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England vs Croatia- What are the permutation?

England vs Croatia- What are the permutation?

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After Croatia’s dramatic last-minute winner against Spain, England's hopes of winning the group have been kept alive. But the result also means that even a draw could see Gareth Southgate’s men relegated in a winner takes all match at Wembley on Sunday afternoon. A win for England will see them continue their good form after their summer exploits, and will progress them into the semi-finals of the Nations League next summer. Losing though will see them relegated to League B, where Wales and the Republic of Ireland currently play, and Croatia, who knocked England out in Russia, will progress. Although this will not be a disaster it will certainly be a slight dent to the feel good factor around a youthful squad. The other permutations come if the game ends in a draw. If it rem
Saracens star to start after suspension

Saracens star to start after suspension

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England centre Alex Lozowski is looking to make an impact and take a step forward this weekend in England’s third Autumn International against Japan after missing out on England’s first two games as he served a ban. Lozowski, 25, had his ban for entering a ruck dangerously during Saracens Champions’ Cup win against Glasgow extended after joining the England camp. After watching England’s games against South Africa and New Zealand from the sidelines, Lozowski, who was born in Brent and attended Watford Grammar School, is set to start at Twickenham in a centre partnership that also includes Exeter’s Jack Nowell. https://twitter.com/EnglandRugby/status/1063031132688695296 Lozowski told Sky Sports News: “It was hugely frustrating to be not sure what was going on, it was a shame but
Why the British Museum is anything but British

Why the British Museum is anything but British

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Imagine someone walking into your house, studio or simply, your room. That someone believes it is okay to take some of your belongings and keep them around 5000 km away from you. Now let’s reflect. The British Museum claims to preserve a collection of around 8 million objects maintaining human history, culture and art ageing almost 2 million years. What they don’t claim is the right to treasure ownership. If it has not come to your attention yet, the museum stores world treasures previously taken under different circumstances from their rightful creators, owners and lands. The British Museum describes itself to be a “treasure trove” for objects that don’t even belong in Britain. Here is a quick tour on how the British Museum is anything but British:   Alongside all t
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