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IT’S THE FINAL!
This is the big one. It’s England vs Italy at Wembley – the Three Lions’ first EVER final at the Euros and by far their best opportunity to win silverware since 1966. Is it coming home?
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Sunday 11th July, 8pm, Wembley
ENGLAND VS DENMARK – WEDNESDAY, 8PM
England take on Denmark at Wembley in what is undeniably their best chance at making a final at a major tournament for a generation.
Just two matches stand between the Three Lions and ending 55 years of hurt, with both of those games being held at Wembley and as many as 60,000 fans set to attend to cheer Gareth Southgate’s side on.
They put in an authoritative performance as they thrashed Ukraine 4-0 in Rome on Saturday, having also confidently dispatched of a dangerous Germany side 2-0 in the last 16.
Denmark, on the other hand, swept Wales aside 4-0 in Amsterdam before putting in a strong performance to eliminate the Czech Republic 2-1, ever-growing in confidence and momentum as the tournament progresses.
England have the home advantage and will no doubt be favourites in the eyes of many, but Denmark beat England 1-0 back in October and have shown they are not to be underestimated, despite their shaky start.
Having banded together and shown real spirit and courage in the wake of Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest in their game against Finland, Denmark have an added motivation to win their second European Championship.
Will Southgate’s men get one step closing to bringing football home, or will it prove a stretch too far to overcome the Danes? Have your say by predicting the full-time score, you could win £250 in cash if you’re right!
ITALY VS SPAIN – TUESDAY, 8PM
Italy overcame the number one ranked side in the world as they put Belgium to the sword in the quarter-final to cement their place in the final four, eventually winning 2-1 in Munich last Friday.
Spain, meanwhile, needed penalties to eventually get the better of Switzerland, who fought valiantly with ten men to frustrate Luis Enrique’s side, who struggled to convert the huge number of chances they created.
The Spanish are the highest scoring side in the tournament with 12 goals in total, whilst Italy have had the most attempts out of any side, racking up a colossal 101 attempts in just five games.
With this in mind, it might seem a foregone conclusion that this one will be goals galore, but could it just as equally go the other way and these two sides end up cancelling each other out?
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IT’S THE SEMI FINALS!
Here are the final two matches that officially make up the semi finals at Euro 2020…
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Tuesday 6th July, 8pm, Wembley
Wednesday 7th July, 8pm, Wembley
UKRAINE 0-4 ENGLAND – RESULT
The Three Lions stepped up in a big way against Ukraine and put FOUR past Andriy Shevchenko’s side to book their place in the final four, where they’ll play Denmark at Wembley on Wednesday night.
England got their night off to a perfect start with Harry Kane slotting home after four minutes to give England the lead, which calmed their nerves and built a platform upon which Gareth Southgate’s side could build.
CZECH REPUBLIC 1-2 DENMARK – RESULT
The Danes deservedly secured their spot in the semi-finals after a solid display against Czech Republic, meaning they’ll face England at Wembley on Wednesday night for a chance to progress to the final of Euro 2020.
BELGIUM 1-2 ITALY – RESULT
Roberto Mancini’s Italy took on Roberto Martinez’s Belgium in a hotly anticipated quarter-final clash and it was the Azzurri who held their nerve to come out on top in Munich and book their place in the semi-final against Spain.
SWITZERLAND 1-1 SPAIN (1-3 PENS) – RESULT
Spain confirmed their place in the final four after a tense penalty shootout victory against a brave Switzerland side and will face Italy at Wembley on Tuesday to battle it out for a spot in the final.
IT’S THE QUARTERS!
Here are the four matches that officially make up the quarter finals at Euro 2020…
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Friday 2nd July, 5pm, St. Petersburg
Friday 2nd July, 8pm, Munich
Saturday 3rd July, 5pm, Baku
Saturday 3rd July, 8pm, Rome
ENGLAND 2-0 GERMANY – RESULT
Gareth Southgate’s Three Lions finally exorcised their demons of tournaments past and beat the Germans in front of more than 40,000 fans at Wembley to book their place in the last eight.
FRANCE 3-3 SWITZERLAND (4-5 Pens) – RESULT
Favourites France were knocked-out of Euro 2020 in spectacular fashion as a late Swiss comeback forced extra-time and penalties, with Yann Sommer’s superb save sending his side through to the last eight.
SWEDEN 1-2 UKRAINE (AET) – RESULT
Ukraine defy the odds to confirm their place in the last eight after sealing a dramatic victory against the Swedes after extra-time in Glasgow.
Having finished third in their group following defeats against Austria and the Netherlands, Ukraine’s fate was in the hands of other teams and their progression to the last 16 was very much down to some good fortune.
NETHERLANDS 0-2 CZECH REPUBLIC – RESULT
The Czechs pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the tournament so far, overcoming the Dutch 2-0 in Budapest with two second half goals from Holes and Schick to seal a famous knockout victory.
CROATIA 3-5 SPAIN (AET) – RESULT
This was quite simply one of the most dramatic, unpredictable and jaw-dropping games at a major tournament in living memory.
BELGIUM 1-0 PORTUGAL – RESULT
Only Thorgan Hazard’s superb strike from outside the penalty area before the interval could separate the two sides in this hotly anticipated round of 16 tie, in which Belgium rightly came out on top in Seville.
The European champions are now officially eliminated and will not retain their crown in what could be Cristiano Ronaldo’s last Euros, whilst Roberto Martinez’s Red Devils are one step closer to their dream of silverware.
ITALY 2-1 AUSTRIA (AET) – RESULT
Italy struggled to break down the battling Austrians in 90 minutes and it took extra-time for them to finally get off the mark, which they did as they scored twice to secure the result, despite Kalajdzic’s late consolation.
Roberto Mancini’s men looked a shadow of the side that breezed through the group stages so convincingly, but ultimately showed their class to get past the post in the end and book their place in their quarter finals.
SunSport users on average predicted a 2-0 win to Italy in regular time, but a few of you did correctly predict 0-0, which means you’ll be entered into our £250 prize draw, so good luck!
WALES 0-4 DENMARK – RESULT
The dominant Danes came out well on top in this tie and despite the resilience and togetherness Wales showed to get to the last 16, Denmark were every bit worthy of their 4-0 scoreline.
Wales’ main men, namely Gareth Bale and Aaron Ramsey, were unable to assert themselves in any meaningful way against the well-organised Danes, who stifled the Welsh by keeping their danger men quiet.
Striker Kasper Dolberg then rewarded Kasper Hjulmand’s faith in him with two superb goals in his return to the side, firing his team into what promises to be an exciting tie with the Czech Republic in Baku.
SunSport users predicted an aggregated score of 1-1, but in fairness I don’t think any of saw this scoreline coming, so unlucky if you didn’t quite get it right this time around…
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ROUND OF 16 – OTHER MATCHES
Here are the other six Round of 16 matches coming up over the next few days.
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Saturday 26 June
Sunday 27 June
Monday 28 June
Tuesday 29 June
PORTUGAL 2-2 FRANCE – RESULT
Well, that was fun! There were four goals, three penalties and plenty of taking points in this clash between European giants in Budapest.
SunSport users correctly predicted a tight affair – actually an average of 1.34 v 1.39, the closest margin yet in any of our predictors.
But just a handful of you actually predicted 2-2.
If you were right, and entered our competition, keep an eye on your inbox over coming days. You could soon be £100 richer…
GERMANY 2-2 HUNGARY – RESULT
Well, that was close! The Germans were 10min away from exiting Euro 2020 before super-sub Leon Goretzka came to the rescue.
It’s a harsh elimination from the tournament for plucky Hungary. Then again, it wasn’t dubbed the Group of Death for nothing!
Based on average predictions, you lot thought it would end 2-0 – wrong!
Incredibly, no-one who entered the competition predicted 2-2, so we have no winner for this match.
SLOVAKIA 0-5 SPAIN – RESULT
Yep, Spain have finally turned up to Euro 2020!
After a faltering start in the tournament, the Spaniards thrashed Slovakia to progress as Group E runners-up and set up a winnable tie with Croatia.
Collectively, you lot predicted a 2-1 win– your least-accurate prediction to date!
A few users suggested Spain would score four but nobody entered a 5-0 prediction, so there’s no winner this time.
SWEDEN 3-2 POLAND – RESULT
A five-goal thriller in St Petersburg!
Swedish sub Viktor Claesson scored an injury time winner to kill-off Poland’s brave fightback and dump Robert Lewandowski’s side out of the competition.
SunSport users predicted it would be close, and that Sweden would edge it.
But no-one predicted a 3-2 victory so, sadly, it’s another unclaimed prize.
ENGLAND 1-0 CZECH REPUBLIC – RESULT
England were more pragmatic than emphatic in their 1-0 win over the Czechs, but did show more attacking intent than in the stalemate with Scotland, which will encourage fans ahead of a potentially tricky last 16 tie.
England’s victory means they top Group D with seven points, leapfrogging Czech Republic, who slip to third following Croatia’s win in Scotland, leaving them at the mercy of the ‘top four third-placed teams’ permutations.
SCOTLAND 1-3 CROATIA – RESULT
Scotland suffer heartbreak as their first major tournament for 23 years comes to an abrupt end following a 3-1 defeat by a resurgent Croatia.
The grit and character the Scots showed against England at Wembley was almost entirely absent as they were outclassed by a far superior side – with Luka Modric reminding us why he won the 2018 Ballon d’Or.
Steve Clarke’s men exit the tournament with a solitary point and just the one goal, with Callum McGregor’s equaliser on 42 minutes a smallconsolation before a stunning Modric strike restored Croatia’s lead.
RUSSIA 1-4 DENMARK – RESULT
The Danes erupted into scenes worthy of winning a final after deservedly edging through Group B on goal difference – level on three points with Russia and Finland.
Despite losing their opening two games, a triumphant 4-1 thrashing of Russia earned Denmark a place in the last 16 – scoring some excellent goals, including a thumping effort from distance by Andreas Christensen.
Russia needed only a point to make the round of 16, but were utterly outplayed on the night and failed to make the cut, finishing bottom of the group on goal difference after a dismal display against Denmark.