THE council has confirmed it has no plans to screen the Euro 2020 final in Chester city centre if Gareth Southgate's side beat Denmark tomorrow night.

But the local authority did say it would discuss any proposals put forward by businesses to host a public screening in line with current Covid guidelines.

A number of fan zones have been set up in cities across the country for people to enjoy the games on big screens.

Excitement is building as England prepare to take on Denmark at Wembley tomorrow night, knowing a victory would signal the Three Lions' first appearance in the final of a major tournament since 1966.

Asked about whether there were any plans for a public screening for the semi final or the final on Sunday night (July 11), a spokesperson for Cheshire West and Chester Council told The Standard: "There are no plans to host a public screen in the city centre.

"The Council will discuss any plans submitted by local businesses who are planning public screenings where they can be delivered in line with step 3 guidance."