Euro 2020: Standings, fixtures and opponents – all you need to know


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With Euro 2020 in full swing across the continent and countries battling for a place in the last 16, here is everything you need to know for each group.

Scroll down to see the latest standings, results and upcoming fixtures, possible knockout stage opponents and how to follow each match.

First of all, which TV channel are today’s matches on?

Sunday, 20 June:

Italy v Wales (17:00 BST) – ITV & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

Switzerland v Turkey (17:00) – ITV4 & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

Full listings here.

Group A

Group A

See the latest standings here

Results:

Turkey 0-3 Italy

Wales 1-1 Switzerland

Turkey 0-2 Wales

Italy 3-0 Switzerland

Fixtures:

Sunday, 20 June

Italy v Wales (17:00) – ITV & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

Switzerland v Turkey (17:00) – ITV & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

What has already been decided?

Italy are through to the last 16.

Who needs what?

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Italy are through and will top the group if they avoid defeat against Wales, who will be confirmed in the top two with a draw or if Switzerland do not beat Turkey.

Switzerland can still finish in the top two if they win and Wales lose – the teams will then be separated on goal difference – but will be out if they lose.

Turkey cannot finish in the top two and must beat Switzerland to claim third in the group and a shot at qualification.

Who might they play in the last 16?

The group winner will face the runners-up in Group C (Austria, Ukraine, the Netherlands or North Macedonia) in the last 16. That game will be played at Wembley on Saturday, 26 June (20:00).

The runners-up will face the runners-up from Group B (Belgium, Russia, Finland or Denmark). That game will be played in Amsterdam on the Saturday at 17:00.

Third place could also be enough to reach the last 16. This will depend on which teams are the best third-placed finishers, but what we do know is that a tie awaits against the winners of Group F in Bucharest on the Monday at 20:00, the winners of Group E in Glasgow on the Tuesday at 20:00 or the winners of Group B in Seville on the Sunday at 20:00.

Group B

Group B

See the latest standings here

Results:

Denmark 0-1 Finland

Belgium 3-0 Russia

Finland 0-1 Russia

Denmark 1-2 Belgium

Fixtures:

Monday, 21 June

Finland v Belgium (20:00) – BBC & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

Russia v Denmark (20:00) – BBC & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

What has already been decided?

Belgium are through to the last 16.

Who needs what?

Belgium will top the group with at least a draw against Finland, who will qualify with a win, or a draw if Russia lose to Denmark.

A win send Russia through, but a draw will be enough if Finland fail to beat Belgium.

Denmark can finish second if they beat Russia and Finland lose against Belgium, but it will come down to goals scored in these two matches.

If Belgium, Russia and Finland all finish on six points, they will be split on goal difference from matches between the three teams though all will advance as at least a best third-placed team.

If Denmark, Russia and Finland all finish on three points (behind Belgium) they will be split on goal difference from matches between the three teams.

The second-placed team behind Belgium would be through and the third-placed team could still advance depending on the final record of third-placed teams in other groups.

Who might they face in the last 16?

The group winners will play one of the third-placed finishers from either Group A, D, E or F in Seville at 20:00 on Sunday, 27 June.

The runners-up will face the runners-up from Group A (Italy, Wales, Switzerland or Turkey) in Amsterdam on the Saturday at 17:00.

Should the third-placed side in Group B earn enough points to progress, they will face either the winners of Group F in Bucharest at 20:00 on the Monday or the winners of Group E on the Tuesday in Glasgow (20:00).

Group C

Group C

See the latest standings here

Results:

Austria 3-1 North Macedonia

Netherlands 3-2 Ukraine

Ukraine 2-1 North Macedonia

Netherlands 2-0 Austria

Fixtures:

Monday, 21 June

North Macedonia v Netherlands (17:00) – ITV & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

Ukraine v Austria (17:00) – ITV & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

What has already been decided?

The Netherlands are through to the last 16 as group winners.

North Macedonia are out – they were the first team to be eliminated.

Who needs what?

This one is much more simple.

Ukraine will finish second with a win or draw, while Austria must beat Ukraine to finish second.

Who might they face in the last 16?

The winners of Group C will face the third-placed finisher from Group D, E or F in Budapest on Sunday, 27 June at 17:00.

The runners-up have a last-16 meeting with the winner of Group A (Italy, Wales, Switzerland or Turkey) at Wembley on the Saturday (20:00).

If the third-placed nation does enough to go through, they will come up against either the winner of Group F in Bucharest on the Monday (20:00) or the winner of Group E on the Tuesday in Glasgow (20:00).

Group D

Group D

See the latest standings here

Results:

England 1-0 Croatia

Scotland 0-2 Czech Rep

Croatia 1-1 Czech Republic

England 0-0 Scotland

Fixtures:

Tuesday, 22 June

Croatia v Scotland (20:00) – ITV & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

Czech Republic v England (20:00) – ITV & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

What has already been decided?

Nothing yet.

Who needs what?

The Czech Republic will win the group if they avoid defeat against England, but will finish second if they lose and Scotland beat Croatia.

They will only finish third if they lose and Croatia win by enough to overtake them on overall goal difference.

England will go through if they draw or if Scotland do not win, and will finish top if they beat the Czech Republic. They will only finish third if they lose and Scotland win by enough to overtake them on overall goal difference.

Croatia have to win to be in with a shout of at least finishing third, though they can still overtake the Czechs for second place on overall goal difference.

Scotland must win to finish at least third, and can still overtake England for second place on overall goal difference.

Who might they face in the last 16?

The group winners face a potentially tough last-16 clash with the runners-up in Group F (France, Portugal, Germany or Hungary) at Wembley on Tuesday, 29 June (17:00).

The runners-up will meet the runners-up in Group E (Spain, Sweden, Poland or Slovakia) in Copenhagen on the Monday (17:00).

Should the third-placed side progress from Group D, they will take on either the Group C winners in Budapest on the Sunday (17:00), the Group B winners later the same day in Seville at 20:00 or the Group E winners in Glasgow on the Tuesday (20:00).

Group E

Group E

See the latest standings here

Results:

Poland 1-2 Slovakia

Spain 0-0 Sweden

Sweden 1-0 Slovakia

Spain 1-1 Poland

Fixtures:

Wednesday, 23 June

Slovakia v Spain (17:00) – ITV & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

Sweden v Poland (17:00) – ITV & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

What has already been decided?

Nothing yet – but Sweden are likely to make it through to the last 16 as, at worst, one of the best third-placed teams.

Who needs what?

Sweden will go through if they do not lose to Poland. If they do get beaten and the other game is a draw, then Sweden, Slovakia and Poland will be split for first to third place on results between the three teams. If Sweden lose they finish third.

Slovakia will qualify if they beat Spain, or if they draw and Sweden avoid defeat.

Spain will go through if they beat Slovakia. If they draw they will finish third unless Poland win.

Poland will go through in second place if they win and the other game is not drawn.

If Slovakia, Sweden and Poland all finish on four points (ahead of Spain on three), they will be split on goal difference from matches between the three teams (the first two teams would be through, the third-placed team could also advance depending on the record of third-placed teams in other groups).

Who might they face in the last 16?

The group winners will take on either the third-placed side from Group A, B, C or D in Glasgow on Tuesday, 29 June at 20:00.

The runners-up face the runners-up in Group D (England, Scotland, Croatia or the Czech Republic) in Copenhagen on the Monday at 17:00.

And if the third-placed team goes through, they will face either the Group C winners in Budapest on the Sunday (17:00) or the Group B winners in Seville at 20:00 the same day.

Group F

Group F

See the latest standings here

Results:

Hungary 0-3 Portugal

France 1-0 Germany

Hungary 1-1 France

Portugal 2-4 Germany

Fixtures:

Wednesday, 23 June

Germany v Hungary (20:00) – BBC & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

Portugal v France (20:00) – BBC & listen on BBC Radio 5 Live

What has already been decided?

Nothing yet.

Who needs what?

France will qualify if they do not lose to Portugal or if the other game is drawn. They will finish first if they win, or if they draw and Germany do not beat Hungary. If France lose and Hungary win, second place will be decided on overall goal difference.

Germany will go through if they win, or if they draw and France do not lose. Germany will finish first if they win and France do not. Germany will finish third if they draw and France lose, or if both Germany and Portugal lose.

Portugal qualify if they win, or if they draw and Germany lose. Portugal will finish first if they win and Germany do not. Portugal will finish fourth if they lose and Germany also lose.

Hungary will go through in second place if they win and Portugal lose. If they win and France lose, second place will be decided on overall goal difference. Hungary will finish third if they win and the other game is drawn.

Who might they face in the last 16?

The group winners will face whoever finishes third in either Group A, B or C in Bucharest at 20:00 on Monday, 28 June.

The runners-up face the winner of Group D (England, Scotland, Croatia or the Czech Republic) at Wembley on the Tuesday (17:00).

Should the third-placed nation make it into the last 16, awaiting them will be a tie with either the Group C winners in Budapest on the Sunday (17:00) or the Group B winners in Seville at 20:00 the same day.



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