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Euro 2016 Fixture List – The key dates & fixtures you need to know for Euro 2016

Leigh Copson 4 Jul 2016
Euro 2016 runs from June 10 to July 10 (credit:Credit by bettingpro)

Just four teams remain in the race to win Euro 2016, and by the end of play on Thursday night we will know the two sides set to go head-to-head in the final in Paris this Sunday.

The semi-final action gets underway at 20:00 BST on Wednesday, July 6 when Wales take on Portugal in a clash very few people – if any – would have predicted prior to the tournament.

Aside from Iceland’s sensational win over England and their run to the quarter-finals, Wales have been headline-grabbers at the Euros this summer. Making their first appearance at a European Championship, they are now just one win away from an appearance in the final after recording an impressive 3-1 win over a Belgium side that had been considered genuine contenders to go all the way.

Standing in Wales’ way are a Portugal side that have reached the last four despite producing a string of underwhelming performances. Having drawn all three games in a group they were expected to win, Cristiano Ronaldo & Co. needed extra-time to beat Croatia and then required a penalty shootout to get the better of Poland. Can they produce an improved showing against Wales?

The winner of Wednesday’s clash will face the winner of Thursday’s mouth-watering semi-final clash, which also gets underway at 20:00 BST. Host nation France are closing in on another major tournament success on home soil after they stormed to a win over England’s conqueror’s, Iceland, at the weekend. Les Bleus showed the Three Lions how it is done by storming to a four-goal lead before half-time, wrapping up a 5-2 win after the break.

Looking to prevent a French party on Sunday are world champions Germany, who battled past Italy in the quarter-finals. Germany had never beaten Italy in a major international tournament and their hopes of doing it in 90 minutes were dashed when Leonardo Bonucci’s penalty cancelled out Mesut Ozil’s opener. However, Manuel Neuer saved Matteo Darmian’s penalty during a shoot-out and the hoodoo was lifted. Can they now add the European crown to their world title?

But who will lift the silverware on Sunday night. Germany are now 13/8 favourites at BetVictor, with hosts France just behind at 7/4 following that rout of Iceland. Portugal may have struggled to inspire so far but they are 7/2 third favourites ahead of 6/1 outsiders Wales.

Complete Euro 2016 Fixtures List (all kick-off times BST):

Knockout Stage

Wednesday, July 6


Thursday, July 7

20:00 Germany v France

Sunday, July 10

20:00 Final


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Euro 2016 Fixture List – The key dates & fixtures you need to know for Euro 2016

Just four teams remain in the race to win Euro 2016, and by the end of play on Thursday night we will know the two sides set to go head-to-head in the final in Paris this Sunday.

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