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Who could England play in the Euro 2020 final?

We've got all the dates for your diaries as England continue their cross-continental adventure at Euro 2020.

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Published: Tuesday, 6th July 2021 at 2:54 pm

England have waltzed through their Euro 2020 fixtures without conceding a goal in the tournament so far, but their route to the final is about to take a tricky turn.

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The Three Lions have defeated Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany and Ukraine on their road through the stages of Euro 2020 and stand just 180 minutes away from sporting immortality.

Harry Kane is well and truly off the mark for England in this tournament after adding two goals against Ukraine to his strike against Germany, while Raheem Sterling remains one of the prickliest attackers left in the competition.

Fans were delighted to see a forward-thinking display in Rome, while Gareth Southgate's men also managed to keep yet another clean sheet at the back.

All signs are positive for England going into the final four, and we've rounded up who they face in the semi-finals as well as their potential opposition if they reach the final itself.

So what dates do you need to keep an eye on as we approach the climax of the tournament? Here are all the key times and details you need to know, including who England may end up playing on the route to the final.

Who could England play in the Euro 2020 knockouts?

England qualified from Group D as winners and defeated Germany in the Round of 16 to advance to the final eight.

They beat Ukraine in the quarter-finals to reach the final four.

England will play Denmark in the semi-finals.

If England win the semi-finals, they will face the winner of Italy v Spain in the final of the tournament.

What dates could the England knockout games be?

We know who they could play but what about when they could play? Here are the dates to make sure you're, just in case England end up playing all the way up to the final.

  • 8pm, Wednesday 7th July (Semi-finals)
  • 8pm, Sunday 11th July (Final)

If England do go all the way to the showpiece game, you simply won't want to miss the once-in-a-generation encounter.

For the full breakdown of what games are coming up check out our Euro 2020 fixtures on TV guide.

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