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Alexander-Arnold relishing prospect of lining up against Robertson at Euros

Trent Alexander-Arnold is hoping he has the chance to face Liverpool team-mate and fellow full-back Andy Robertson when England meet Scotland in the Euros showdown at Wembley in June.

Alexander-Arnold immediately sent Robertson a congratulatory text after Scotland qualified and the pair are great friends on and off the pitch.

He said: “I was made up for him, he’s thoroughly deserved it. He’s captain of a team which achieved something very special.

“I’d love to be in the squad and in same group as him next summer, hopefully play each other. We’d love to do it. It’s not us that make the decision at the end of the day but it would be an amazing chance.

Alexander-Arnold congratulated Robertson after Scotland secured qualification

“We’ve got an amazing opportunity to hopefully win a trophy with England and that’s something we’re capable of. If we can get it right then we have a great chance next summer.”

England and Scotland will face off on 18 June in matchday two of the group stage, while 2018 World Cup finalists Croatia and the Czech Republic complete Group D.

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Trent Alexander-Arnold can’t wait for the Euros

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In the meantime, Alexander-Arnold and Robertson are committed to playing their part and using their platforms as Premier League footballers to help the cause of charities like food banks.

“That goes down to how we grew up, how we were raised, we want to give to the less fortunate,” said Alexander-Arnold.

“We have a platform to give something back and make a positive change to people’s lives.

“There are so many people that rely on food banks, probably more than people think.

“We live in such a modern world yet we still have these problems which is never good. To use our platforms to enhance change, that’s what we enjoy doing.”

Trent Alexander-Arnold is a brand ambassador for sports nutrition brand Kinetica.

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