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Dnipropetrovsk here we come

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With England due to face Ukraine on Saturday October 8th we thought it about time we reminded all fans out there that our Fans’ Guides to Dnipropetrovsk (or Dnipro, if you prefer) AND Kiev are up and running.

Qualification is of course assured but there’ll still be plenty of Free Lions fans out there, many of whom have told us they plan on spending time in Kiev too. England’s game is of course in Dnipro but being a thoughtful bunch we didn’t want to chicken out of a Kiev fans’ guide either – so we’ve done one of each.

Click here for the Fans’ Guide to Dnipro.

Click here for the Fans’ Guide to Kiev.

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