UEFA have confirmed the round of 16 fixtures for Euro 2020 after an entertaining group stage.
Perhaps, the last 16 looks even more intriguing with some eye-catching fixtures and here is the complete list.
Wales vs Denmark
Wales ended up second in Group A behind Italy, but their real test begins when they face fan-favourites Denmark, who have been outstanding in the campaign thus far. The Danish side, who picked up a 4-1 in their final game in the group stage against Russia, are currently brimming with confidence.
Italy vs Austria
Unstoppable Italy have been drawn to face a much favourable opponent Austria after topping Group A. Roberto Mancini’s side would look to extend their winning run against Austria, who have been fluctuating this campaign.
Netherland vs the Czech Republic
Although Netherlands came out of Group C as the toppers, their defence looked vulnerable on occasions, and the opponents were able to cause a lot of problems. The Czech Republic, who have been impressive so far, would look to exploit the flaws of the Dutch team.
Belgium vs Portugal
Here comes the first heavyweight fixture of the last 16 as both the team comprises high-profile names. Portugal could have avoided this tie had they finished inside the first two of Group F. Surely; it’s an uphill task for Cristiano Ronaldo and company to stop the Belgium side, who are in excellent form.
Croatia vs Spain
Spain might have secured an emphatic win against Slovakia on the final matchday but still ended up second behind Sweden in Group E., And as a result, they have been drawn against Croatia – a tricky tie for Luis Enrique’s men. Croatia, despite not being in their best form, knows how to scrape results as they did against Scotland in their final group stage game.
France vs Switzerland
France sees themselves as favourites against the Switzerland side after coming out of Group F as the best side.
England vs Germany
Possibly the best tie of the entire round of 16 games. England will lock horns with Germany, who managed to secure their qualification after a thrilling draw against Hungary. Both the teams are equally equipped and well-balanced, and inconsistent in terms of their results.
Sweden vs Ukraine
Ukraine would be pleased to earn a spot in the knockouts despite finishing third in their group with three points. Andriy Shevchenko’s side are an exciting prospect but will struggle against the well-drilled Sweden side, who ended up as the winners of Group E.
Round of 16 ties
1: Wales vs Denmark (18:00, Saturday 26 June, Amsterdam)
2: Italy vs Austria (21:00, Saturday 26 June, London)
3: the Netherlands vs Czech Republic (18:00, Sunday 27 June, Budapest)
4: Belgium vs Portugal (21:00, Sunday 27 June, Seville)
5: Croatia vs Spain (18:00, Monday 28 June, Copenhagen)
6: France vs Switzerland (21:00, Monday 28 June, Bucharest)
7: England vs Germany ( 18:00, Tuesday 29 June, London)
8: Sweden vs Ukraine (21:00, Tuesday 29 June, Glasgow)