Spain vs Portugal (1945 GMT)
It’s the famous Iberian battle tonight, as Spain lock horns with Portugal in the first semi-final of Euro 2012. Spain are looking to be the first nation in history to win three major trophies in a row.
Malouda, Meireles, Essien, Benayoun, Lampard. This attacking quintet are all 29 or older now, and it is time to think about replacing them and build on the next promising, and hopefully title-challenging squad.
The first semi-final of the Euro 2012 pitches the defending champions Spain and their Iberian neighbours Portugal in what promises to be a classic encounter.
Speculation was rife that Chelsea had reached an agreement with Porto of around £38m for the attacker, but in the last few days, talk of the move has cooled, and the moneybags in France, PSG, have come out and put their hand in, saying that they could well be willing to pay up to £45m for the hitman.
Greece vs Germany (1945 GMT)
After 45 minutes of that Greece vs Poland game, it’s hard to believe that this fixture is taking place. They rallied together and Karagounis and co. somehow overcame the odds and knocked out Russia, beating them 1-0 and sending them flying through.
Czech Republic vs Portugal (1945 GMT)
So, after a days rest, we start the quarter-final stages of Euro 2012. This fixture will be a shock to many, as both Netherlands and Russia were most people picks for this clash, but have both been knocked out of the group stages.
England vs Ukraine (1945 GMT)
It is the final piece of the quarter-final jigsaw today, as Group D battle it out. France and England both know that a draw will put them through, whilst Ukraine need to beat England in front of their own fans to put themselves in the last eight.
It’s do or die time for England as they bid to book their place in the quarter-finals against the co-hosts.
Italy vs Rep. of Ireland (1945 GMT)
The Irish are already going home. But they play a big role in deciding how far Italy go in the competition. Should Croatia and Spain play out a draw, then Italy would need to win by 3 clear goals to guarantee a place, unless Croatia and Spain draw 2-2, which is the one result that would guarantee they both qualify.
Denmark vs Germany (1945 GMT)
After a crazy night in Group A, we are looking at Group B tonight, and pre-tournament favourites Germany are flying with two wins from two, but defeat against Denmark tonight, could still put them out of the Group stages.
Czech Republic vs Poland (1945 GMT)
It is all to play for in Group A. With no team qualified so far, although with first place Russia playing 4th place Greece, this does seem like the battle of 2nd place.
England look a cracking price at 2.15 with Paddy Power to win this and edge a step closer to qualifying for the quarter-finals, and John Terry looks worth a small wager at massive odds to fire them to victory.