Bronze confident home support will boost England's Euros chances

Bronze confident home support will boost England's Euros chances

Lucy Bronze has spoken about England Women's hopes of making the most of being hosts at next month's Euros, with the team having recently talked with members of the men's side about their experiences from last summer.

The last couple of weeks have seen both the Lionesses and their male counterparts - Euros runners-up a year ago after defeat to Italy at Wembley - spending time in camp at St George's Park.

England Women are seeking glory on home soil this summer after going as far as the semi-finals at their last three major tournaments.

Bronze - part of the team for each of those campaigns - commented on the pressure of the tournament ahead after news that each of England's group games and the Wembley final will be played in front of a capacity crowd: "I think the best and biggest players want to play with that, want to play in those games, with the full stadium.

"And I think we're trying to see it as just a lot of support. It's our 12th man, hopefully