⚽️ UEFA Euro2020 Round of 16- Previews, Team News, Stats, Live Updates and More

The group stages of Euro 2020 are finally over!

35 matches down, 26 matches remaining.

A total of 8 Nations have been Eliminated.

The six group winners, the six group runners-up and four of the best third-place sides are now just three matches away from the final at Wembley on July 11.

EURO 2020 round of 16 games:

Wales :black_flag:󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 vs. Denmark :denmark:
Italy :it: vs. Austria :austria:
Netherlands :netherlands: vs. Czech Republic :czech_republic:
Belgium :belgium: vs. Portugal :portugal:
Croatia :croatia: vs. Spain :es:
France :fr: vs. Switzerland :switzerland:
England :black_flag:󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 vs. Germany :de:
Sweden :sweden: vs. Ukraine :ukraine:

In this thread, we shall be covering all Euro2020 Round of 16 fixtures from 26th to 29th June


Chelsea has more players in the Knockout Stages than any other team in the world :sunglasses:


Exciting 2 weeks ahead! :star_struck:

:trophy: Who do you think will win the Euro 2020?

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Round of 16 Ties

26/06: :black_flag: Wales vs :denmark: Denmark (Amsterdam)
26/06: :it: Italy vs :austria: Austria (London)

27/06: :netherlands: Netherlands vs :czech_republic: Czech Republic (Budapest)
27/06: :belgium: Belgium vs :portugal: Portugal (Seville)

28/06: :croatia: Croatia vs :es: Spain (Copenhagen)
28/06: :fr: France vs :switzerland: Switzerland (Bucharest)

29/06: :black_flag: England vs :de: Germany (London)
29/06: :sweden: Sweden vs :ukraine: Ukraine (Glasgow)


:bar_chart: Tournament Stats so far


:chart_with_upwards_trend: Team Stats until Round 16


:chart_with_upwards_trend: Player Stats until Round 16

More Interesting Team & Player Stats


:portugal: Portugal - Ronaldo :star_struck:


Germany :de: :heart_eyes: :100:% :soccer::soccer::soccer::soccer::soccer:


The round of 16 starts today! :star_struck: Who’ll go through?


Wales vs Denmark

Wales have been one of the more impressive teams on show at UEFA Euro 2020, reaching the Round of 16 after the first two matchdays. And so, [the 1-0 defeat to Italy in their final Group A tie did not matter one bit, especially with Switzerland falling behind them on goal difference, which meant the Dragons finished runners-up behind the Azzurri.

Denmark, on the other hand, had to wait till the very last matchday to get their first points on the board. After losing their opening two games to Finland and Belgium, in addition to the trauma of Christian Eriksen’s situation, the Red and White had it all to do in their final clash while still needing the stars to align perfectly.

Denmark were 2-1 victors the last time they locked horns with Wales, in the inaugural edition of the UEFA Nations League.


Wales vs Denmark Team News

Ethan Ampadu saw red against Italy and is suspended for this last-16 match, which means Rob Page could revert to a back four or bring Chris Mepham back in after the Bournemouth man was an unused substitute against the Azzurri.

Christian Eriksen remains out for Denmark, who played the same starting XI in each of their last two Group B games.


Wales and Denmark are yet to play out a draw in ten previous meetings. Denmark have the edge in the head-to-head record, with back-to-back wins in the most recent clashes making it six wins for the Red and Whites (L4).


Wales have lost all five of their previous games in the Netherlands, all against the home side, conceding 16 goals while finding the back of the net just once.


The win over Russia ended Denmark’s four-game losing run in the Euro finals and was only their third win in their last 13 Euro finals fixtures (D2 L8); the Red and Whites have still lost five of their last seven fixtures.


Italy vs Austria

Italy have been the team to beat so far in the Euros. The Azzurri started off with a comfortable 3-0 win over Turkey in Group A and followed it up with a scintillating 3-0 triumph against Switzerland to seal safe passage through to the knockouts. A much-changed side then clinched a 1-0 victory over Wales in the final group game to become the first side in European Championship history to win all three group stage matches without conceding.

Austria, meanwhile, kicked things off in Group C with a comeback 3-1 win over tournament debutants North Macedonia but were handed a 2-0 defeat by the Netherlands in the subsequent fixture. A narrow 1-0 triumph over Ukraine in the final group encounter was enough for them to finish second and set up a date with Roberto Mancini’s men on Saturday night.

This will be the first time Italy and Austria will clash in almost 13 years, following the 2-2 draw in a friendly encounter in August 2008.


Italy vs Austria Team News

Giorgio Chiellini is unlikely to feature after suffering a hamstring injury in the final group game against Wales, while Alessandro Florenzi and Lorenzo Pellegrini are also doubtful.

Konrad Laimer and Christoph Baumgartner will both face late fitness tests after coming off injured against Ukraine.


Italy are currently on a 30-game unbeaten run, with their last loss coming in the UEFA Nations League against Portugal in 2018. The Azzurrihave kept a clean sheet in each of their last 11 games.


Austria, on the other hand, have won just two of their last six fixtures, losing three of those (D1).


This will be the 35th meeting between Italy and Austria. The former have picked up 16 wins in the past 35 contests while the latter have 11 victories. However, Italy haven’t lost in any of their previous 13 encounters against the Austrians.