Euro 2020 is entering the business end of the tournament as the group stages come to a close.
A total of 24 teams competed for the right to progress from the groups into the first knockout round of 16, meaning eight teams face elimination from the process.
The top two teams from each of the six groups have qualified automatically, while the four best third-place teams find themselves in the next round too, but who will those teams face and when will the games happen?
All the fixtures have now been confirmed after Wednesday night’s thrilling conclusion to Group F as a late goal in Munich saw Germany go through, while Portugal qualified as one of the best third-placed teams thanks to their draw with France.
Who will England play in the next round?
England managed to secure qualification before their third group game was even played after results in Group A, B and C went in their favour. And after securing top spot by beating the Czech Republic on Tuesday night, Gareth Southgate’s side will now meet the runners-up in Group F, old rivals Germany.
The tie will take place at Wembley on Tuesday June 29 with kick-off scheduled for 5pm.
What about Wales?
Getting out of the group stage was a big achievement for Wales after they claimed second spot behind unbeaten Italy, after edging out Switzerland on goal difference.
Now they’ve been rewarded with a tough but winnable last 16 tie against Denmark.
The neutral fans are very much on the opponents’ side this time round, in a somewhat different experience to the Welsh have had previously.
Christian Eriksen’s ordeal have many hoping the Danes make it through to the latter rounds, though Gareth Bale and co will fancy their chances of reaching the quarter-finals.
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Who has been eliminated?
Well the big news, at least on UK shores, is that Scotland have been sent packing, after picking up their only point in the goalless draw with England.
That was still one more than Turkey collected, though, who exit the tournament with the joint-lowest tally, along with minnows North Macedonia.
Here is every fixture for the first knockout round of Euro 2020 :
Euro 2020 last 16 fixtures
Saturday, June 26
Wales vs Denmark (5pm) – Amsterdam
Italy vs Austria (8pm) – Wembley
Sunday, June 27
Netherlands vs Czech Republic (5pm) – Budapest
Belgium vs Portugal (8pm) – Seville
Monday, June 28
Croatia vs Spain (5pm) – Copenhagen
France vs Switzerland (8pm) – Bucharest
Tuesday, June 29
England vs Germany (5pm) – Wembley
Sweden vs Ukraine (8pm) – Hampden Park