Bracket, how to watch, schedule, predictions, odds


EURO 2020 has already been a heck of a show this summer, with games held in cities across Europe to celebrate the tournament’s 60th anniversary.

And we are now deep into the knockout rounds. Let’s go!

[ MORE: EURO 2020 scenarios, permutations for group stage ]

With the tournament delayed by a year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the situation has changed quite a bit for some of these teams.

The likes of France, Spain, Belgium, Germany and England are still among the favorites, while the likes of the Netherlands and Portugal have dropped off a little in recent months but have shown how dangerous they can be.

[ LIVE: Full EURO 2020 scores, tables ]

Dark horses galore include Italy, Denmark and Wales, while first-timers Finland and North Macedonia were fun to have around in the group stage, so too were Hungary and Scotland. But now, 24 have been reduced to 16.

From Kylian Mbappe to Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Kane to Robert Lewandowski and Gareth Bale to Kevin de Bruyne, stars will shine across Europe this summer.

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11 stadiums across 11 difference European countries will host games, with Wembley Stadium also hosting the semifinals and finals, plus games played in Glasgow, Seville, Budapest, Munich, Copenhagen, Baku, St Petersburg, Amsterdam, Bucharest and Rome.

Below is the full schedule, plus betting odds, stream links, TV schedule and everything else you need for the European Championships.


How to watch, stream

When: June 11 to July 11
TV Channel/Stream: ESPN and ESPN+
Live updates, stats: Online via NBCSports.com


Betting odds for each game – full odds provided by our partner, PointsBet

Outright winners

England: +200
Spain +300
Italy: +400
Belgium: +700
Denmark: +900
Switzerland: +2500
Czech Republic: +2500
Ukraine: +3300

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EURO 2020 – Knockout round schedule (all kick off times ET)

Round of 16

Saturday, June 26

Italy 2-1 (AET) Austria (London) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Wales 0-4 Denmark (Amsterdam) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Sunday, June 27

Belgium 1-0 Portugal (Seville) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Netherlands 0-2 Czech Republic (Budapest) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Monday, June 28

France 3-3 (4-5 PKs) Switzerland (Bucharest) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Croatia 3-5 (AET) Spain (Copenhagen) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Tuesday, June 29

Match 43: Sweden 1-2 (AET) Ukraine (Glasgow) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Match 44: England 2-0 Germany (London) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS


Quarterfinals

Friday, July 2

Match 45: Switzerland v Spain – 12pm ET (St. Petersburg)
Match 46: Belgium v Italy – 3pm ET (Munich)

Saturday, July 3

Match 47: Czech Republic v Denmark – 12pm ET (Baku)
Match 48: Winner match 43 v England – 3pm ET (Rome)


Semifinals

Tuesday, July 6

Match 49: Winner match 46 v Winner match 45 – 3pm ET (London)

Wednesday, July 7

Match 50: Winner match 48 v Winner match 47 – 3pm ET (London)


Final

Sunday, July 11

Match 51: Winner match 49 v Winner match 50 – 3pm ET (London)


EURO 2020 predictions – JPW’s knockout round predictions

Round of 16

Denmark beat Wales – CORRECT
Italy beat Austria – CORRECT
Belgium beat Portugal – CORRECT
Netherlands beat Czech Republic – WRONG
France beat Switzerland – WRONG
Spain beat Croatia – CORRECT
England beat Germany – CORRECT
Sweden beat Ukraine – WRONG

Quarterfinals

Belgium beat Italy
Spain beat Switzerland
England beat Ukraine
Denmark beat Czech Republic

Semifinals

Belgium beat Spain
England beat Denmark

Final

Belgium beat England


Group stage results, analysis

Friday, June 11

Turkey 0-3 Italy (Rome) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Saturday, June 12

Wales 1-1 Switzerland (Baku) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Finland 1-0 Denmark (Copenhagen) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Belgium 3-0 Russia (St. Petersburg) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Sunday, June 13

England 1-0 Croatia (London) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Austria 3-1 North Macedonia (Bucharest) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Netherlands 3-2 Ukraine (Amsterdam) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Monday, June 14

Scotland 0-2 Czech Republic (Glasgow) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Poland 1-2 Slovakia (St. Petersburg) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Spain 0-0 Sweden (Seville) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Tuesday, June 15

Hungary 0-3 Portugal (Budapest) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
France 1-0 Germany (Munich) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Wednesday, June 16

Finland 0-1 Russia (St. Petersburg) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Turkey 0-2 Wales (Baku) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Italy 3-0 Switzerland (Rome) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Thursday, June 17

Ukraine 2-1 North Macedonia (Bucharest) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Denmark 1-2 Belgium (Copenhagen) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Netherlands 2-0 Austria (Amsterdam) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Friday, June 18

Sweden 1-0 Slovakia (St. Petersburg) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Croatia 1-1 Czech Republic (Glasgow) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
England 0-0 Scotland (London) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Saturday, June 19

Hungary 1-1 France (Budapest) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Portugal 2-4 Germany (Munich) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Spain 1-1 Poland (Seville) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Sunday, June 20

Italy 1-0 Wales (Rome) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Switzerland 3-1 Turkey (Baku) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Monday, June 21

North Macedonia 0-3 Netherlands (Amsterdam) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Ukraine 0-1 Austria (Bucharest) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Finland 0-2 Belgium (St. Petersburg) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Russia 1-4 Denmark (Copenhagen) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Tuesday, June 22

Croatia 3-1 Scotland (Glasgow) –RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Czech Republic 0-1 England  (London) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Wednesday, June 23

Slovakia 0-5 Spain (Seville) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Sweden 3-2 Poland (St. Petersburg) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS

Germany 2-2 Hungary (Munich) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS
Portugal 2-2 France (Budapest) – RECAP, HIGHLIGHTS


EURO 2020 predictions – JPW’s group stage predictions

Group A

1. Italy
2. Switzerland
3. Wales
4. Turkey

Group B

1. Belgium
2. Denmark
3. Finland
4. Russia

Group C

1. Netherlands
2. Austria
3. Ukraine
4. North Macedonia

Group D

1. England
2. Czech Republic
3. Croatia
4. Scotland

Group E

1. Spain
2. Poland
3. Sweden
4. Slovakia

Group F

1. France
2. Portugal
3. Germany
4. Hungary





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