The 2020 EURO has gained momentum. Eight teams will be be heading into the quarterfinals in search of their tickets to the semifinals which will be hosted at Wembley Stadium, London on Tuesday July 6 and Wednesday July 7.
The competition has come with a lot of surprises. Giant teams such as France and the defending champions Portugal failed to secure their places in the quarterfinals. They were knocked out in the round of 16.
The last 8 fixtures;
An appetizing affair, Belgium will come to grips with Italy in Munich on Friday to battle for the semifinal spot. Both powerhouses are unbeaten in the competition. The triumphant side will face either Spain or Switzerland.
A national team with a fruitful firepower, England will lock horns with Ukraine after inflicting defeat to Germany. The winner of this encounter will face either Denmark or Czech Republic.
Gareth Southgate's side have proved their thirst for the title. They are also unbeaten (W3,D1) and they are the only side that has not conceded yet. The Englishmen have high chances of reaching the EURO final.
The red devils are the only side that have won all their 4 matches in the competition without proceeding to extra time. They have a promising attacking combination for the likes of Thorgan Hazard, Kevin de Bryune and Romelu Lukaku. Belgium have the likelihood of finding their way to the final.
It all ends at Wembley Stadium with the highly anticipated title decider match, which will take place on Sunday July 11, 2021.