THE Euro 2020 group stage has reached squeaky bum time as the final places in the knockout stages are decided.
England have followed Wales into the last 16 without even playing after results in Group B and C went their way.
But the draw is complicated by the introduction of spots in the knockout stages for the four best third placed teams.
That means we will not know all the ties until the group stages are finished tonight.
Euro 2020 last 16 fixtures
Saturday, June 26
Wales vs Denmark (5pm) – Amsterdam
Italy vs Austria (8pm) – Wembley
Sunday, June 27
Netherlands vs 3rd place Group D/E/F (5pm) – Budapest
Belgium vs 3rd place Group A/D/E/F (8pm) – Seville
Monday, June 28
Croatia vs Spain – Copenhagen
Winner Group F vs Switzerland/Ukraine (8pm) – Bucharest
Tuesday, June 29
England vs Runner-up Group F (5pm) – Wembley
Sweden vs Finland/Ukraine/Czech Republic (8pm) – Hampden Park
Who can England play in the last 16?
England have won Group D and will be at Wembley in the last 16, where they will meet the runner-up of Group F.
That could be any one of France, Portugal, Germany and Hungary.
All four teams are still able to finish second and face England, with France facing Portugal and Germany taking on Hungary tonight.
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