You can admit it, we all were at a loss the past couple of days as the action at Euro 2020 took another break ahead of the quarter-finals.
But now the games are back, we can’t wait to see what will happen over the next two days. And it all begins in Munich where Switzerland will be hoping to topple our latest tournament favourites Spain, just like they did our pre-tournament favourites France in the last round. Trouble is – they have only beaten Spain once in their history although that did come the last time the two nations met in a major tournament back at the 2010 World Cup.
Saint Petersburg plays host to an intriguing match-up after that with our second and fourth favourites for the crown going head-to-head. Belgium and Italy find themselves both on great runs of form which has provided a split between the outcome of our fan poll and the win probability model.
Head over to our Twitter account later today to take part in the polls ahead of tomorrow’s matches, whilst you can get the latest stats, insights and predictions from Euro 2020 by visiting our Euros Hub.