Wales v Denmark live stream, BBC One/S4C, Saturday 26 June, 5pm BST
Welsh fans could be forgiven for having a glance at the knockout stage draw and wondering: “Could we do it again?!”
Wales' run to the semi-finals at Euro 2016 was an astonishing achievement, and few expected a repeat this time around, but finishing second in Group A has placed Robert Page’s side neatly on the kinder side of the draw.
The winner of Saturday’s tie in Amsterdam will face either the Netherlands or the Czech Republic in a Baku quarter-final.
But before Welsh supporters get carried away, it’s worth underlining that Denmark will be anything but an easy opponent.
The Danes were tipped by many as dark horses leading into the tournament, but Christian Eriksen’s cardiac arrest on the pitch in their opening game against Finland changed everything.
After back-to-back defeats to the Finns and Belgium, Denmark roared into the last 16 with a 4-1 smashing of Russia in their final game amid moving and emotional scenes in Copenhagen.
They’ve now become many fans’ second team as they aim to do something special for Eriksen.
They have an experienced, talented spine to the team; goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, defenders Simon Kjaer and Andreas Christensen, midfielder Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg and Yussuf Poulsen up top give them great balance.
Wales’ 1-0 loss to Italy in Rome was described as one of the greatest defeats in their history, as it proved to be enough to send them through in second place, ahead of Switzerland on goal difference.
Page’s men put up a good fight against an irresistible-looking Azzurri side, particularly after Ethan Ampadu earned a straight red card early in the second half, but they had already got the job done when it counted most before their trip to Rome.
They had to work hard for a 1-1 opening day draw with Switzerland before coming up big in Baku with a 2-0 victory over Turkey.
“We’re all ambitious,” Page said after making it through.
“I am as a coach, they are as players. We want to go as far as we can. We know that on our day we can give anybody a good game. We know that on our day we can hurt teams.”
Kick-off is at 5pm BST and the game is being shown on BBC One/S4C. See below for watching details where you are.
Use a VPN to watch a Wales v Denmark live stream from outside your country
If you’re out of the country for any Euro 2020 fixtures, then annoyingly your domestic on-demand services won’t work – the broadcaster knows where you are because of your IP address (boo!). You'll be blocked from watching it, which is not ideal if you still want to catch Harry Kane's in-swinging corners without resorting to illegal feeds you’ve found on Reddit.
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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
ESPN and ABC are the Euro 2020 rights holders. If you have them as part of a cable package, you'll be able to stream games directly through the ESPN website (opens in new tab) and the ABC website (opens in new tab).
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 (opens in new tab).
It's a complete end-to-end cable replacement service, which offers ESPN, ABC and over 120 other channels on plans starting from $64.99 a month - and you can take up a FREE FuboTV trial offer (opens in new tab).
Another great option is Sling TV, whose Sling Orange package (opens in new tab) features ESPN channels for just $35 a month - check out Sling and make a saving on your first month (opens in new tab). New or existing subscribers to US streaming services can still access the platform of their choice from abroad, too - all you need is the help of a good VPN.
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.
Better still, these channels will let you watch matches online, too - either by registering with details of your pay TV provider, or by signing up for a standalone streaming package.
The TSN Direct (opens in new tab) streaming service can be had from just $7.99 a day or (much better value) $19.99 a month and can be purchased by anyone.
Similarly, the TVA Sports Direct (opens in new tab) service is also perfect for cord-cutting fans in Canada, costing just $19.99 a month.
And don't forget that a VPN is the way to get a Euro 2020 live stream if you're away from Canada during the tournament.
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 (opens in new tab) set to show all 51 matches of the tournament.
Optus coverage can be streamed via mobile and tablet with the channel's app, while cord-cutters can also access the service on Fetch TV, Chromecast or Apple TV.
And if you leave Oz at any point during the tournament, simply use a VPN to tune in as normal - scroll up for more information.
How to watch a Euro 2020 live stream for New Zealand subscribers
The official broadcaster for Euro 2020 in New Zealand is Sky Sport (opens in new tab), which is available as part of a range of pay TV packages.
Subscribers can watch online using the country's Sky Go service, while cord-cutters and anyone else can try the Sky Sport Now streaming-only platform - where a weekly pass costs just $19.99.
Anyone in New Zealand from abroad or vice-versa can use a VPN as outlined above.
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