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England v Ukraine: Which channel is broadcasting the game – as the nation prepares to order a million takeaways in the Euro 2020 quarter-finals | World news

England fans are expected to order more than a million takeaways on Saturday night as the Three Lions face Ukraine in the Euro 2020 quarter-finals in Rome.

While up to 39 million Britons are expected to watch the highly anticipated meetup, whether at home or in the pub, hotel and food industry figures expect a flood of orders, including:

  • More than a million take-out orders are expected by JustEat, the meal delivery market
  • He predicts orders will peak at over 2,500 per minute just before the 8 p.m. kickoff
  • More than £ 533million will be spent as millions watch the game in the pub or at home, according to
  • His research indicates that up to 7.1 million fans are expected to cheer on the Three Lions from their local pub, up 11% from Tuesday’s 16th game against Germany.
  • Waitrose says searches for pizza recipes have increased by a quarter on their website as fans seek to recreate the experience of being in Rome.

Brits are expected to pay cash as heavy rains and possibly thunderstorms hit the UK ahead of Saturday’s game which could spoil barbecue plans.

The Met Office issued a yellow thunderstorm warning for much of central England on Saturday, while a similar heavy rain warning is in place for large swathes of the southwest.

Weather alerts warn people could see flooding in homes and businesses, delays or cancellations of transportation services and danger that communities could become “coupled.”

Those who choose to stay at home can watch the game on BBC 1 from 8 p.m.

Tom Morgan, a Met Office forecaster, said: “We have put in place two yellow weather warnings, the first covering the south-west of England, including parts of Cornwall, Devon and Bristol, which will experience showers heavy and persistent and even flooding from Saturday afternoon.

“Another thunderstorm warning will cover large areas of central England, stretching south to north, from …

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