Italy v Spain, BBC, Tuesday 6 July, 8pm BST
Italy and Spain play each other in the semi-final of Euro 2020 at Wembley on Tuesday at 8pm BST, with a place in the final the prize.
Spain booked their place in the final by beating Switzerland on penalties in St Petersburg, after the two sides played out a 1-1 draw. Switzerland, who aren’t dab handed at penalties after knocking out France in the previous round in a shootout, equalised in normal time, before Remo Freuler got sent off.
Meanwhile, Italy secured their spot in the final four with a close-fought encounter against a strong Belgium side. They took the lead through a wonderful bit of close control by Nicolo Barella in the Beglian box, before Lorenzo Insigne doubled the Italian’s lead with a sumptuous curler into the top corner.
A Romelu Lukaku penalty got Belgium back into the game, but Leonardo Bonucci and Giorgio Chiellini defended their penalty area expertly - something they have mastered over the years. The Azzurri showed two sides to their game against Belgium to reach the semi-finals of this competition for the first time since 2012. Italy beat Germany in the last four that year, before losing to Spain in the final.
The only negative in that victory over Belgium was an injury to Leonardo Spinazzola. The right-footed left-back has been one of the stars of the tournament, and Italy will miss his thrust and drive down the flank. Emerson Palmieri, who barely played for Chelsea last term, has big boots to fill.
Luis Enrique will need Spain to cut out the sloppy mistakes at the back to have a chance against Italy, who will no doubt create chances of their own. Indeed, there are question marks over Spain in both boxes, but a strong midfield gives them a chance against Italy. Tuesday's semi-final promises to be well worth watching.
Kick-off is at 8pm BST and the game is being shown on BBC One/BBC iPlayer. See below for watching details where you are.
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How to watch a Euro 2020 live stream for UK subscribers
Euro 2020 matches will be broadcast live by the BBC and ITV.
The BBC is showing two of Wales' group games and the huge England vs Scotland clash, with ITV set to show two each of England and Scotland's group games.
How to watch a Euro 2020 live stream for US subscribers
Cord-cutters are in luck, too, as you can get both channels without having an expensive cable package. Of the many options, the best for soccer fans wanting to watch a Euro 2020 live stream is fuboTV.
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How to watch a Euro 2020 live stream for Canadian subscribers
Soccer fans with a cable subscription can watch a Euro 2020 live stream on TSN and French-language channel TVA Sports.
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How to watch a Euro 2020 live stream for Australian subscribers
In Australia, there's only one place to tune into Euro 2020, with Optus Sport set to show all 51 matches of the tournament.
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How to watch a Euro 2020 live stream for New Zealand subscribers
The official broadcaster for Euro 2020 in New Zealand is Sky Sport, which is available as part of a range of pay TV packages.
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