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After a hard-fought group stage, the 16 teams have been decided! The round of 16 scheduled in UEFA Euro 2020 gets underway with Wales facing Denmark tonight at 9:30 PM ON 26th June. The defending champions Portugal who played out a thrilling 2-2 draw against France in their final game in the group of death will go head to head with Belgium finished on top of Group B and conceded just one goal in their first three games.
Italy who has not conceded a single goal in the last 1000 minutes is currently on a record 30-game unbeaten run, could script history when they clash against Austria. The Azzurri have been simply clinical under the leadership of Roberto Mancini and finished as one of two teams to not concede a goal in the group stage. Spain equaled the record margin of victory in their final game’s 5-0 win over Slovakia.
Inspired by the return of their midfield maestro Sergio Busquets, La Roja registered their biggest win in 17 years and will play Luka Modric’s Croatia in their round of 16 on June 29. England and Germany will cross swords in the biggest fixture of the Euro 2020 round of 16 schedules.
The Three Lions finished as winners of Group D without conceding a goal. They will face Die Mannschaft at the Wembley Stadium on Tuesday at 9:30 PM, June 29 in what’s the most highly-anticipated fixture in the round of 16. Who do you reckon is making it to the Quarterfinals? France and Netherlands have relatively easier clashes against Switzerland and the Czech Republic respectively but you know the saying “Football, bloody hell”. Sweden plays the final game of the round of 16 schedules against Ukraine at 12:30 AM IST on 30 June. Round of 16 Saturday 26th June
1: Wales vs Denmark
2: Italy vs Austria
3: the Netherlands vs the Czech Republic
4: Belgium vs Portugal
5: Croatia vs Spain
6: France vs Switzerland
7: England vs Germany
8: Sweden vs Ukraine
So who do you think will take the trophy back home in the Euro finals. Don’t forget to let us know in the comments below.
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