Probably one of the biggest clashes of round of 16 at Euro 2020 has to be England against Germany.
Gareth Southgate’s men secured top spot in Group D on Tuesday night by earning their second 1-0 win of the tournament against the Czech Republic at Wembley.
Their status as group winners is supposed to have handed them a favourable draw in the first knockout round, though it’s now been confirmed they’ll play Germany on Tuesday 29 June.
Joachim Low’s side were held to a 2-2 draw by Hungary and were twice forced to come from behind to earn a point in their final Group F outing.
Having fallen behind to a Adam Szalai goal, Kai Havertz’s second-half strike pulled them level, though Hungary immediately hit back through Andras Schafer. Low’s side was looking to be heading out of the competition, but Leon Goretzka’s 84th-minute strike ensured it would be them heading to Wembley to face England on Tuesday.
(June 26 – 29)
Italy v Austria
Wales v Denmark
Netherlands v Czech
Belgium v Portugal
Croatia v Spain
France v Switzerland
England v Germany
Sweden v Ukraine
additional reporting by Tiyani wa ka Mabasa