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New England Revolution STRAIGHT UP RECORD

New England Revolution STRAIGHT UP STREAK

2 WINS IN A ROW

New England Revolution AGAINST THE SPREAD RECORD

New England Revolution AGAINST THE SPREAD STREAK

1 WIN IN A ROW

New England Revolution TOTAL OVER / UNDER RESULTS

New England Revolution TOTAL OVER / UNDER STREAK

1 UNDER IN A ROW

New England Revolution AVERAGE GOALS FOR (GF)

0.8

New England Revolution AVERAGE GOALS AGAINST (GA)

1.6

New England Revolution AVERAGE GAME GOALS TOTAL (GF+GA)

2.4

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Euro 2024: Measures in place to clamp down on troublemaking England fans

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Euro 2024: Measures in place to clamp down on troublemaking England fans

DUSSELDORF, Germany (AP) - Online, on the streets, in stadiums and in the bars, the message to English soccer fans at Euro 2024 is clear: Behave or else.

Measures are being taken to avoid or clamp down on trouble from England supporters at the monthlong tournament in Germany, which kicks off on Friday.

"Officers from the U.K. are continuing to work closely with German police to support a safe and trouble-free Euro 2024 tournament," the U.K. Football Policing Unit told The Associated Press on Thursday.

There have been numerous incidents of trouble involving English fans in the past. While security concerns at the European Championship are not limited to England supporters, potential problem areas involving those following the Three Lions have been identified.

As a result, the English Football Association has provided funding to help police in the fight against abuse of players on social media. Fans have also been urged by police to be "good guests" and respect German culture.

Ahead of England's opening game against Serbia in Gelsenkirchen on Sunday, UEFA said only low alcohol beer will be served at Veltins-Arena.

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The FA's move to curb online abuse comes three years after England players Bukayo Saka, Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho were racially abused on social media after missing penalties in the final of the last European Championship.

The FA said it was providing around 25,000 pounds ($32,000) to help police.

"Now we are doing things differently," chief executive Mark Bullingham said. "In the past what we did was put together all the data, effectively an evidence pack, to give to the police to prosecute, but this time we have gone a stage further where we are actually funding within the British Police a unit that will then prosecute."

There have been concerns that English fans could repeat an often-sung chant about World War II in Germany.

While it has not been specifically referenced by police, supporters have been urged to be respectful.

"We would urge any fans travelling to be mindful and aware of the local culture and be good guests," the U.K. Football Policing Unit said. "Wilfully acting in a way to cause offense could result in a heightened risk to your personal safety, and German police will take action against those breaking the law. This action can include heavy fines and custodial sentences."

England's Group C game against Serbia has reportedly been deemed "high risk" for fears of potential clashes between fans.

It is so far the only group game slated to serve low alcohol beer.

"The local organisers and police decided to only allow the sale of beer with reduced alcohol percentage (light beers)," UEFA told The AP. "The police in Gelsenkirchen also do not want to allow fans to bring their cups to their seats for matches in that venue. There is no such restriction in any of the other venues."

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