FANS wanting to watch tomorrow evening's big match on a pub big screen in Slough may struggle if they haven't already booked.

Many venues, operating at reduced capacity because of Covid rules, say they're already fully booked for the England-Denmark Euro 2020 game and warn that people won't get in if they just turn up at 5pm.

New data has revealed the towns which are the hardest place to book a seat inside a pub to watch the football.

The study from analysed government data to discover which areas of the country have the largest and fewest number of people for every pub in that area.

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Slough has come first place as the hardest place to find a seat at a pub in the UK with almost 6,000 people per pub in the area.

This is a result of having an extraordinarily low number of pubs (25 in total).

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Bracknell has the 9th fewest pubs to people in the UK, with 3,501 people to every pub in the area.

This means Bracknell is one of the hardest places to get guaranteed a seat to watch the Euros game.