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The Round of 16 matches for Euro 2020 have been finalised following the conclusion of the group stages on Wednesday night.
England have been paired with Germany in the first round of knockout games, while Wales will aim to reach the quarter finals as they take on Denmark.
Rob Page’s side’s game against the Danes in Amsterdam will kickstart the knockout matches on Saturday, followed up by Italy taking on Austria at Wembley.
There are a number of other hugely exciting matches at this stage, including Belgium taking on Portugal, world champions France playing Switzerland and Spain being paired against Croatia.
Wales fans will be watching their side take on Denmark on Saturday on the BBC
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The TV scheduling for the games has now been confirmed across the UK, with the games divided equally between the BBC and ITV.
All of Saturday’s and Tuesday’s matches will be broadcast by the BBC, with the ITV showing all four matches to be staged across the Sunday and Monday.
That means that England’s game against Germany will be broadcast on BBC One and iPlayer, with the game kicking off at 5pm on Tuesday 29 May.
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The BBC broadcast Gareth Southgate’s side’s tournament opener against Croatia, while ITV broadcast the draw against Scotland and win over Czech Republic.
BBC also has the rights to show the clash between Wales and Denmark at the Amsterdam ArenA on Saturday at 5pm.
The BBC will also show Saturday night’s clash between Italy – who are being widely tipped to go all the way in the tournament – while they will also show the match between Sweden and Ukraine, which will be staged following on from England’s clash against Germany on Tuesday.
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While the ITV will not be broadcasting either of the two matches involving the home nations, they do have several enticing games showing many of the tournament’s favourites.
On Sunday, ITV will be showing the encounter between the Netherlands and Czech Republic at 5pm in Budapest.
That will be followed by what for many onlookers could be the tie of the round, with FIFA’s number one ranked nation Belgium going head-to-head against European champions and competition holders Portugal in Seville.
Roberto Martinez’s side won all three group stage matches to top Group B while Portugal qualified courtesy of Wednesday night’s draw against France, which followed a win in Hungary and defeat to Germany.
ITV will also be showing the matches across Monday, which features several side who will look to go deep into the tournament.
Perhaps the most intriguing encounter will see Spain – who beat Slovakia 5-0 on Wednesday after two opening draws – take on Croatia, whose qualification was sealed following their 3-1 victory over Scotland on Monday.
That encounter will be staged in Copenhagen.
ITV will also show the Monday night encounter between world champions France and Switzerland, who qualified as one of the tournament’s four strongest third-placed sides.
The broadcasters of the quarter final matches will only be determined after the Round of 16 stage is complete, with the two rival channels selecting their matches.