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  • George Moore


    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

  • George Moore


    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!

  • George Moore


    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?

    If you think you can predict the correct full-time score before kick-off, you could win a tasty £250 cash, so make sure you get your guess in early to be in with a chance. Good luck!

  • George Moore


    Here are the final two matches that officially make up the semi finals at Euro 2020…

    Get your predictions in now to be in with a chance of winning the cash prizes up for grabs in both games.

    Remember – you’ve got to be in it to win it, so get your guesses in and £250 could be yours!

    Tuesday 6th July, 8pm, Wembley

    Wednesday 7th July, 8pm, Wembley

  • George Moore


    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.

    Looking assured and comfortable on the ball, patient but penetrative in their build up and calm and assertive in their defending, England look a far more mature and dangerous proposition than they did in Russia in 2018.

    Ukraine gave it all they had but ultimately looked thoroughly out of their depth against a side that appeared to really hit its stride at the Stadio Olimpico in Rome and grew in confidence as the game went on, as they have in the tournament itself.

    The game was put to bed with half an hour to play as England went 4-0 up after 63 minutes, giving Gareth Southgate an opportunity to give key players like Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling a breather in advance of the semi-final clash on Wednesday.

    All eyes will be on Wembley on Tuesday night to find out who of Italy and Spain will await England or Denmark in the final, while the Three Lions will have a few days to rest and recover in advance of their own fixture.

    SunSport users on average predicted a 2-1 win to England, but a few of you did correctly predict a 4-0 thrashing, so well done if that was you!

    If you did get it right, you’ll be entered into our prize draw to win a handy £250 in cash, so keep an eye on your inbox to find out if you’re the lucky winner. Good luck!

  • George Moore


    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.

    They went 1-0 up after five minutes thanks to a towering Thomas Delaney header and doubled their advantage shortly before half-time as Kasper Dolberg converted a wonderful cross by Joakim Maehle.

    The Czechs came out for the second-half looking like a different team and after Patrik Schick got them back in it after 49 minutes, it looked like they might be in with a chance of taking it to extra-time.

    Kasper Hjulmand’s men defended bravely, however, and protected their lead well until the final whistle, eliminating Czech Republic and continuing to build momentum and belief as they progress through the tournament.

    SunSport users predicted an aggregated score of 2-1 to Denmark which means that not for the first time, you lot were absolutely bang on the money!

    If you got it right, you’ll enter our £250 prize draw, so keep an eye on your inbox to find out if you’re the lucky winner! Great work, and good luck.

  • George Moore


    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.

    Italy were ultimately the better side on the night and wholeheartedly deserved their victory as Belgium struggled to assert themselves against such an energetic and well-organised team.

    Italy looked almost out of sight after Nicolo Barella gave them the lead after half an hour and Lorenzo Insigne curled an absolute stunner into the top corner on the stroke of half-time, only for Romelu Lukaku to net from the spot two minutes later to keep his side in it.

    Those two first half goals, however, ultimately proved too costly for Belgium, who could not penetrate Italy’s experienced and dedicated back-line despite a valiant second-half Belgian assault on Donnarumma’s goal.

    Italy held on to confirm their place in the semi-final and will head to Wembley full of confidence and self-belief, having beaten the number one ranked side in the world and added to their ever-growing momentum.

    SunSport users couldn’t separate the two sides and on average predicted an incredibly tight 1-1 draw (1.32-1.35 to be exact). Some of you did correctly predict that Italy would edge it by 2 goals to 1 though, so congratulations!

    If that was you, keep an eye on your inbox, as you’ll be entered into our prize draw and £250 could be coming your way – so good luck!

  • George Moore


    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.

    Switzerland were up against it as against a free-scoring Spain side, who were the tournament’s top scorers with 11 goals and had an average possession percentage of over 65%.

    They were also without their talismanic leader Granit Xhaka through suspension and it was up to senior players Xherdan Shaqiri and Remo Freuler to lead the charge.

    The Swiss got off to the worst of starts, conceding through a Denis Zakaria own goal after 8 minutes, only to get back in it through a Xherdan Shaqiri equaliser midway through the second-half.

    Remo Freuler then found himself in receipt of a red card and Vladimir Petkovic’s men had to hold on for dear life until the end of ninety minutes and extra time, hoping that penalties could bail them out as they withstood the Spanish assault.

    The shootout that followed was more of an exhibition in how not to take a penalty, as five out of the nine were either missed or saved but ultimately Mikel Oyarzabal’s calm finish sent Spain through to the final four.

    SunSport users on average predicted a 2-1 win to Spain and were very close to being spot on! Quite a few of you got it bang on, however, so if you did, you’ll be entered into our £250 prize draw! Good luck.

  • George Moore


    Here are the four matches that officially make up the quarter finals at Euro 2020…

    Get your predictions in now to be in with a chance of winning the cash prizes up for grabs in every single game.

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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

  • George Moore


    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.

    The first half was a cagy affair, with Germany arguably having the better chances and England taking some time to grow into the game. The tight and tactical nature of the match seemed to scream extra-time and penalties…

    That was until Jack Grealish came onto the pitch and had an instant impact by releasing Luke Shaw down the left, who then squared it to Raheem Sterling in the six yard box to direct the ball into Manuel Neuer’s net.

    Thomas Muller squandered his chance to equalise by shooting wide in a one-on-one with Jordan Pickford, and with Germany piling on the pressure, England fans were by no means relaxed with their one goal advantage.

    It wasn’t until the 86th minute when Harry Kane finally broke his duck by heading in a Jack Grealish cross to make it 2-0 and put the game to bed that England fans could finally set their sights on Rome.

    They’ll face the winner of Ukraine vs Sweden in Rome on Saturday and will go into the game full of confidence after a very professional display to beat a strong German team, silencing many of their critics in doing so.

    SunSport users on average predicted a 1-1 draw, but a few of you true believers correctly backed England to win 2-0 – congratulations! If that was you, you’ll be entered into our £250 prize draw, so good luck.

  • George Moore


    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.

    The Swiss went ahead after fifteen minutes with a Seferovic goal and a stunned France went in at half-time a goal down and looking a complete shadow of themselves, with the world champions looking average at best.

    Switzerland missed an opportunity to go 2-0 up just after the break as they had a penalty awarded for a rash Benjamin Pavard challenge, but Ricardo Rodriguez’s effort was well-saved by Hugo Lloris.

    This seemed to be the turning point where the momentum began to go France’s way, with Didier Deschamps’ side starting to play with the bit between their teeth and Karim Benzema scoring two in quick succession.

    When Paul Pogba’s spectacular effort from distance made it 3-1, you would have been forgiven thinking that the tie was dead and buried, but the Swiss had other ideas.

    Seferovic made it 2-1 with ten minutes to spare and Gavranovic then equalised in the 90th minute, forcing extra time.

    The deadline could not be broken in the additional thirty minutes, which prompted the tournament’s first penalty shootout. 

    Granit Xhaka won the toss and opted to shoot first, with the first nine penalties all dispatched confidently, meaning a largely absent Kylian Mbappe had to score to take it to sudden death. 

    Yann Sommer’s excellent save sent Switzerland into the last eight to face Spain and sent the world champions packing, utterly dumbstruck at having thrown away a two goal lead with ten minutes to go. 

    SunSport users on average predicted a 2-0 win to France, although it would take some serious foresight to have guessed this result! What a game…

  • George Moore


    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.

    Their progression to the last eight, however, was far more deserved, as they put a solid performance in to overcome Sweden with a last-gasp winner in added time on top of extra-time from Artem Dovbyk to sink the Swedes.

    Ukraine were the better side on the night after a tepid Sweden display, looking like the only side really chasing the victory as Janne Andersson’s side appeared to be resigned to penalties after 90 minutes.

    This means that Ukraine will face England in a quarter final tie in Rome on Saturday, while Sweden have been eliminated from the tournament and will head home after a disappointing exit.

    SunSport users on average went with the odds and predicted a 2-1 win to Sweden, but a few of you did correctly predict a 1-1 draw at full-time, so good work! You’ll be entered into our £100 prize draw.

  • George Moore


    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.

    Dutch defender Matthijs De Ligt was given a yellow card shortly after the interval, which VAR then upgraded to a red as it was revealed that his handball was deliberate as he prevented a goalscoring opportunity.

    Wijnaldum and Depay had both been superb for the Dutch up until this point, but were unable to have any impact on the game as the well-organised and disciplined Czechs did well to keep them quiet throughout.

    SunSport users predicted a 2-1 victory to the Netherlands, but a very small handful of you did correctly predict a 2-0 win to the Czech Republic – how?!

    Fine, you keep your secrets… but well done! If you got it right, you’ll be entered into our £100 prize draw, so keep an eye on your inbox! Good luck.

  • George Moore


    This was quite simply one of the most dramatic, unpredictable and jaw-dropping games at a major tournament in living memory.

    The first major incident, of which there were many, was one of the worst own goals you’ll ever see, after a disastrous Pedri back-pass that was completely missed by Unai Simon and ended up in the back of the net.

    Spain then asserted themselves in the game and totally dominated proceedings, with their spot in the last eight looking all but confirmed as they were 3-1 up with five minutes to go in normal time.

    It was then Croatia who decided to mount their own impossible comeback, making it 3-3 with a hugely dramatic late equaliser from Mario Pasalic to send the tie into extra time.

    Luis Enrique’s men ultimately proved to have the cutting edge as they scored two in extra time to put the tie to bed at 5-3, with Croatia having no further reply after battling bravely for 120 minutes.

    Spain set up a quarter final battle in St. Petersburg with the winner of France vs Switzerland, while Croatia will head home disappointed not to progress but with their heads held high after a gutsy performance.

    SunSport users on average predicted a 2-1 win to Spain – but I don’t think anybody saw this score line coming. We won’t be forgetting this one any time soon, that’s for sure.

  • George Moore


    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.

    Fernando Santos’ men huffed and puffed at Thibaut Courtois’ goal but Belgium were solid in their defensive duties and despite losing both Kevin De Bruyne to injury, they deservingly booked their spot in the quarter final.

    They’ll now face Roberto Mancini’s stylish Italy side in a blockbuster quarter final clash in Munich, with two of the tournament’s most impressive teams so far going head to head for a spot in the final four.

    SunSport users on average predicted a 2-1 win to Portugal, which you could be forgiven for given Cristiano Ronaldo’s red-hot goalscoring form, which was ultimately stifled on the night by an experienced Belgium defence.

    Some of you did correctly predict the score, so if that was you, great work – you’ll be entered into our £100 prize draw! Good luck.

  • George Moore


    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!

  • Warren Chrismas


    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…

    Remember – you’ve got to be in it to win it, so don’t forget to predict the full-time score of every game to be in with a chance of winning plenty of other cash prizes!

  • Warren Chrismas


    Here are the other six Round of 16 matches coming up over the next few days.

    Make your predictions now – there’s some serious cash up for grabs….

    Saturday 26 June

    Sunday 27 June

    Monday 28 June

    Tuesday 29 June

  • George Moore


    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…

  • George Moore


    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.

  • George Moore


    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.

  • George Moore


    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.

  • George Moore


    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.

    Gareth Southgate will be encouraged by England’s defensive display, claiming their third clean-sheet of the tournament – in part thanks to an impressive display from Harry Maguire, who finally returned to the fold after a spell on the sidelines.

    Although they didn’t dazzle in attack, England showed more intensity and urgency in their build-up play thanks to the directness of Jack Grealish and Bukayo Saka, who both staked good claims to start in the round of 16.

    The Three Lions will face the runners-up in Group F, which could still feasibly be any of France, Germany, Portugal or Hungary – presenting a much tougher challenge than they’ve been faced with so far.

    SunSport users predicted an aggregated score of 2-1 to England, but a fair few of you got it bang on with 1-0 – so well done if you did! You’ll enter our £250 prize draw, so keep an eye on your inbox…

  • George Moore


    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.

    Having needed a win to give themselves a chance of qualification, Scotland’s fate was sealed by an Ivan Perisic goal, ending their dream of making the knockouts at a major tournament for the first time ever.

    The win means Croatia finish as runners-up in Group D and will face the runners-up of Group E, which could still be any of Sweden, Slovakia, Spain or Poland.

    SunSport users on average predicted a 1-1 draw, but a few of the more pessimistic among you correctly predicted 3-1 to Croatia – nicely done. If that was you, you’ll be entered into our £250 prize draw, so good luck!

  • George Moore


    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.

    By securing qualification to the round of 16, Denmark have set up an exciting knockout clash with Wales at the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam on Saturday.

    SunSport users on average predicted a 1-1 draw, with just ONE clever so-and-so correctly predicting 4-1 to Denmark. If that was you… HOW? Congratulations – you’ll have £50 cash coming your way.

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