A leading internet service provider has claimed its football-mad customers will be able to enjoy the upcoming England match online without any bandwidth problems.
Eclipse Internet has revealed its new optimisation tool will help its subscribers to prioritise broadband activity so they can ensure their connection is devoted solely to watching the game against the Ukraine.
The match is being shown exclusively online by digital firm Perform and an estimated one million people could subscribe.
Clodagh Murphy, director of Eclipse, said: "We are confident that our significant investment in technology and capacity, together with our optimisation tool will give our customers a 'virtual' pitch side vantage of the match.
"We will also have our UK-based technical support team on hand to help our customers should they encounter any difficulties."
The Times' technology reporter Murad Ahmed recently suggested that England fans may want to check their connection speed before signing up to watch the game.