Portugal will look for their second appearance in a Euro Final when they face Wales in Lyon on Wednesday. The first came twelve years ago at Euro 2004 when they lost to Greece. For Wales, the match is the biggest in the history of their country.
All of the focus will be on young Renato Sanches. Bayern Munich's new 18 year old signing has won Man of the Match awards in both of Portugal's knockout games having a direct hand in both non-penalty goals the nation scored.
However, the question remains as to whether Fernando Santos will start Sanches against Wales or whether he'll return to William Carvalho and Adrien Silva in the middle of the park. For the majority of the tournament, Sanches has been a supersub. Will he continue in that role?
Wales will be without Aaron Ramsey as the Arsenal defender is suspended for the match due to yellow card accumulation. With the Welsh missing their best midfielder, how will they respond to a potential Sanches attack? Will Gareth Bale regain his group stage form?
Heading into the match, the scariest thing for Wales has to be the fact that Cristiano Ronaldo has yet to get going in Euro 2016. Will he finally put together that explosive performance that everyone has been expecting?
Portugal vs. Wales
Location: Stade de Lyon, Lyon, France
Time: 9:00 PM local, 3:00 PM ET
TV/Streaming: USA (ESPN, ESPN Deportes Radio, ESPN Radio, WatchESPN), UK (TalkSport Radio UK, BBC Radio 5 Live, ITV 1 UK, S4C, The ITV Hub), Canada (TSN Radio 1040 | 1410 Vancouver, TSN4, TSN1, RDS, TSN3, TSN5), Germany (Sport1.FM, ORF TV Live Streaming, SRF zwei, ARD Das Erste, ORF 1)
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