The countdown is on to the Euro 2016 semi-finals, with Wales to take on Portugal and Germany then facing host nation France for a place in this year's decider. All the news and views in the build-up to these huge clashes is right here...
The semi-finals are nearly upon us, with European heavyweights Germany and France set to clash on one side of the draw, while Welsh and Portuguese line-ups that weren't garnering much attention pre-tournament are still alive on the other.
Bale and Ronaldo are now the talk of the town, seemingly the key to progression for their respective nations.
- Ronaldo v Bale: The best stats as Real Madrid team-mates do battle at Euro 2016
- Bale tempers Ronaldo rivalry talk
- Gomes: Portugal not focused on Bale but Wales' weaknesses
- Match preview: Portugal v Wales: Bale bemoans UEFA yellow card rule
European Titans Meet
The other semi-final match-up would be worthy of a final in any major tournament and in just about any era.
The two sides seem intent on heaping praise towards their opponents, but you can bet both are quietly confident of making another decider.
- Giroud seeks to end France's Germany hoodoo
- No Germany complex for France, says Low
- Giroud not trying to prove himself against Benzema
- Sigurdsson backing France and Lloris for Euro 2016 triumph
- Pogba has 'everything' - Giggs
- Deschamps hails Germany as world's best
- Germany midfielder Khedira ruled out of France semi-final
Euro News Elsewhere:
- Renato Sanches will only get better - Gomes
- Del Bosque resignation from Spain confirmed, set to stay on at RFEF
- Zaza: Penalty miss will stay with me forever
- Hallgrimsson: Iceland players don't understand what they have achieved
Wales v Portugal, 3am Thursday, SG time
Germany v Iceland, 3am Friday, SG time
FourFourTwo have also teamed up with Singapore Pools to produce an exclusive daily video reviewing and previewing every day of the tournament.
Keep checking back to our Euro 2016 Daily Bulletin every day, where you will find match previews, all the latest news and results from overnights, plus plenty of great feature stories.
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