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Matchday 2

Finland – Russia (June 16, 3 p.m.)

In the game against Denmark that almost was cancelled altogether , Finland won 0-1. Now big neighbour Russia is up next. Russia was no match for Belgium: can they bounce back against Finland?

Turkey – Wales (June 16, 6 p.m.)

Turkey has the unfortunate honour to have marked the first own goal of the tournament, leading to a 0-3 against Italy. Wales couldn’t get past Switzerland, so both have a lot to make up for in this duel.

Italy – Switzerland (June 16, 9 p.m.)

Italy convinced in the inaugural game against Turkey, while Switzerland drew 1-1 against Wales. If it wants to play the knockout rounds, Switzerland will have to bring their best game against Italy.

Ukraine – North-Macedonia (June 17, 3 p.m.)

Ukraine ultimately lost its entertaining first game 3-2. Feisty first-timer North Macedonia couldn’t stunt against Austria, but Goran Pandev did write history by scoring, though. Can he do it once more?

Denmark – Belgium (June 17, 6 p.m.)

Denmark is relieved by the recovery that Christian Eriksen has made after his dramatic exit, enough so to take on Belgium as planned. It displays the emotional bravery of the Danes, but victory is unlikely…

Netherlands – Austria (June 17, 9 p.m.)

A late goal by Denzel Dumfries meant victory for the Netherlands, while Austria won its first game 3-1. Can the Netherlands continue their comeback form with a victory against the Austrians?

Sweden – Slovakia (June 18, 3 p.m.)

Sweden pulled off the first stunt of the tournament by fending off wave after wave of Spanish attacks to finish 0-0. Slovakia impressed in its victory against Poland. This could be high-level excitement!

Croatia – Czechia (June 18, 6 p.m.)

Croatia missed its start, losing its first game. A second chance comes when it faces the Czechs, who’ve won 0-2. Croatia can’t afford to lose here, while Czechia can play with more confidence now.

England – Scotland (June 18, 9 p.m.)

A historically charged meeting, this one! Scotland will need a small miracle to leave Wembley with a victory. On the other hand, England won its first game only by the smallest margin...

Hungary – France (June 19, 3 p.m.)

Hungary is the weakest team in its group, but it had legitimate claim to at least a 0-0 draw in its first game. France won its first game without dominating. The French will surely try to do so here!

Portugal – Germany (June 19, 6 p.m.)

Portugal was, as expected, all about Cristiano Ronaldo, who scored twice so far. Germany, for its part, didn’t wholly convince, losing to France with an unfortunate own goal. This could be a true spectacle!

Spain – Poland (June 19, 9 p.m.)

Spain broke its teeth on the tough Swedes, leading to the first 0-0 draw of the tournament. Can the Spanish show their might against the Poles, who disappointed against Slovakia?

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Matchday 1

Turkey – Italy (June 11, 9 p.m.)

The opening game is always a tricky endeavour for the favorite – in this case, that’s Italy. The two met twice in 2006, and both games ended 1-1. Chance are that it happens again.

Wales – Switzerland (June 12, 3 p.m.)

Can Wales do as good as it did in 2016, when it reached the quarterfinals? The Swiss are the slight favorite here, with no defeats in 7 games. Can they add to their winning streak?

Denmark – Finland (June 12, 6 p.m.)

Scandinavian derby in the first game of group B between future adversaries of Belgium. Denmark is pegged to win this one. Finland lost its 3 preparatory games. The Danish, from their side, drew against Germany.

Belgium – Russia (June 12, 9 p.m.)

This is what all of Belgium has been waiting for. Belgium isn’t yet complete for this first game: no KDB, for example. Belgium has a good track record against Russia: it won both qualifying games: 3-1 and 4-1.

England – Croatia (June 13, 3 p.m.)

Croatia is vice-world champion. Can England take revenge against the team that blocked their route to the final back in 2018? Croatia won that game with 2-1…

Austria – North Macedonia (June 13, 6 p.m.)

Austria has won 2 encounters with North Macedonia in the qualifiers: 2-1 and 1-4. North Macedonia earned its qualification by beating Germany, of all teams. Surprise win for the underdog?

Netherlands – Ukraine (June 13, 9 p.m.)

The Netherlands returns after missing appointments in 2016 and 2018. How will it perform this time? The answer lies in this first encounter with Ukraine, which lost all 3 group phase games in 2016.

Scotland – Czech Republic (June 14, 3 p.m.)

Scotland was last to qualify for the tournament, but the Scottish squad has the teeth to make an impression. It may not be against the Czech Republic, which hasn’t lost against the Scots.

Poland – Slovakia (June 14, 6 p.m.)

In this duel between neighbours, both nations won 1 game each in recent times. Poland, with the inevitable Robert Lewandowski, scored 6 times, whereas Slovakia only made 4 goals.

Spain – Sweden (June 14, 9 p.m.)

Spain is the better team on paper, sure, but its selection is plagued with covid worries. Also, Sweden has won its last 5 games. Can the Swedes create an upset even without Zlatan Ibrahimović?

Hungary – Portugal (June 15, 6 p.m.)

Portugal won the championship the last time around, and its selection looks good enough for a strong run. On the other hand, Hungary managed to pull off 1 draw in 3 encounters between the two…

France – Germany (June 15, 9 p.m.)

Looking through history, this seems like it could’ve been a final all by itself! France is a solid favourite for the title, while Germany has more to prove after disappointing defeats lately.

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