The BBC and ITV have confirmed their broadcast selections for the last 16 stage of Euro 2020.
The BBC will show Wales’ clash with Denmark on Saturday 26th June at 5.00pm, and Germany’s visit to England on Tuesday 29th June also at 5.00pm.
ITV will show the big showdown between Belgium and Portugal from 8.00pm on Sunday 27th June, and France v Switzerland at 8pm on Monday 28th June.
|Sat 26 June||Wales v Denmark||BBC One||5.00pm|
|Sat 26 June||Italy v Austria||BBC One||8.00pm|
|Sun 27 June||Netherlands v Czech Republic||ITV||5.00pm|
|Sun 27 June||Belgium v Portugal||ITV||8.00pm|
|Mon 28 June||Spain v Croatia||ITV||5.00pm|
|Mon 28 June||France v Switzerland||ITV||8.00pm|
|Tue 29 June||England v Germany||BBC One||5.00pm|
|Tue 29 June||Ukraine v Sweden||BBC One||8.00pm|
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