After our pre-tournament favourites France crashed out of Euro 2020, the last 16 concludes with nations jockeying for position.

Belgium are now our favourites to win the trophy on July 11th at Wembley Stadium, where today England or Germany will be hoping it’s them who will take a huge step towards the final. It will be the 13th time the two nations have met at Wembley Stadium, which has proved a happy hunting ground for the Germans recently – unbeaten in their last seven there.

Hampden Park will play host to the final match of the last 16 round as Sweden take on the Ukraine for the first time since Euro 2012, when Andriy Shevchenko netted a brace in a come-from-behind victory for the nation he now manages.

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