A stark poster warns of the risks of domestic violence if England lose their World Cup match.

The image, released by the National Centre for Domestic Violence, shows a woman's face bleeding, with the blood forming a St George's cross  along her lips and between her nose and chin.

The caption with the picture, shared on social media, reads: "If England get beaten, so will she.

"Domestic Violence increases 26% when #England play. 38% if they lose."

Ahead of the World Cup, police forces warned fans not to get involved in violence during the tournament.

Pathway Project recently released and it said: "No one wants England to win the World Cup more than women. Domestic abuse rates increases by 38 per cent when England lose. Show violence the red card.”

This poster got some backlash as it was deamed to demonise men, but what do you think?

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