Looks like Wayne Rooney will be Thursday's main attraction...

Football fans at GLASTONBURY who want to support ENGLAND in the EURO 2004 game against PORTUGAL will be able to on a giant screen.

After the team’s 4-2 win over Croatia last night (June 21), England’s football team have been drawn against hosts Portugal in a crunch quarter-final match, due to kick off on Thursday evening (June 24) at 7.45.

Organiser Emily Eavis has told NME.COM today that they’re planning on showing the match on one of the big screens at the festival. Click back to NME.COM thoughout the week to find out exactly where.

Fans will start arriving at the Glastonbury site from tomorrow, in anticipation of seeing headliners Paul McCartney, Oasis and Muse[/url].

The most recent weather prediction is for sunshine on Thursday and Friday, with the chance of rain on Saturday.

This week’s NME, out now in London and tomorrow nationwide contains the essential guide to everything Glastonbury.

NME.COM will also be at the festival from Thursday, providing the best news, reviews and gossip from the site.

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