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Final checks ahead of England game in Saint-Etienne

Security checks have been taking place inside the stadium where England play Slovakia in their final Euro 2016 group match tonight.

ITV News Sports Editor Steve Scott tweeted this video of an explosive detection dog sweeping the stadium in Saint-Etienne:

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Security will be tight at England's game, as well as at the Wales match in Toulouse, which has been upgraded to high risk.

Excitement builds ahead of England and Wales matches

England fans in Saint-Etienne ahead of the match. Credit: PA

Excitement is building in France ahead of Wales and England's crucial final group stage games of Euro 2016 on Monday evening.

England play Slovakia in Saint-Etienne, while at the same time Wales take on Russia in Toulouse.

England will be guaranteed a place in the last 16 if they do not lose, while Chris Coleman's side will qualify with a win, although a draw could also be enough for them to go through.

ITV News correspondent Emma Murphy said there was a "great atmosphere" in Saint-Etienne ahead of England's match.

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Sturridge's injury-time goal secures England win

Daniel Sturridge's team-mates surround him as they celebrate his goal. Credit: PA

Daniel Sturridge scored an injury-time winner for England to secure a 2-1 victory against Wales in their Group B clash in Euro 2016.

The Liverpool striker was brought on at half-time with Jamie Vardy after a disappointing first half which saw Wales take the lead after a Gareth Bale goal.

After Vardy's 55th minute equaliser, Sturridge dramatically secured the victory by poking in ball at the near post.

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