It’s the penultimate day of the Round of 16, and there aren’t many games left in the Euros. A few teams have already booked their spots in the quarters, but there’s still no clear favorite for the tournament.
Spain and France were both fancied for the title by commentators and pundits, but both teams have had a lackluster campaign so far this summer. The Ro16 could be a make-or-break moment for them, because their opponents are no pushovers. Will we see some upsets tonight?
Croatia vs Spain
Location: Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark
Time: 18:00 CEST
France vs Switzerland
Location: National Arena, Bucharest, Romania
Time: 21:00 CEST
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