The group stages of Euro 2020 are over and theyve thrown up some enthralling last 16 ties.
Germany and England will renew rivalries after the Germans late equaliser against Hungary kept them in the competition. Unbeaten England will host the match, which takes place in Wembley next Tuesday.
The other big clash of the round sees reigning champions Portugal taking on top ranked Belgium in Seville. The Portuguese emerged from the group of death with France and Germany in third place, while Belgium cruised through Group B with three wins from three.
World champions France will face Switzerland in Bucharest. Elsewhere Wales and Denmark will kick off the last 16 action on Saturday. Therell be two matches then played each day until Tuesday.
Saturday, June 26th
Wales vs Denmark (5pm) – Amsterdam (Live on RTÉ2 and BBC)
Italy vs Austria (8pm) – Wembley (Live on RTÉ2 and BBC/ITV [TBC])
Sunday, June 27th
Netherlands vs Czech Republic (5pm) – Budapest (Live on RTÉ2 and BBC/ITV [TBC])
Belgium vs Portugal (8pm) – Seville (Live on RTÉ2 and BBC/ITV [TBC])
Monday, June 28th
Croatia vs Spain (5pm) – Copenhagen (Live on RTÉ2 and BBC/ITV [TBC])
France vs Switzerland (8pm) – Bucharest (Live on RTÉ2 and BBC/ITV [TBC])
Tuesday, June 29th
England vs Germany (5pm) – Wembley (Live on RTÉ2 and BBC)
Sweden vs Ukraine (8pm) – Hampden Park (Live on RTÉ2 and BBC/ITV [TBC])

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