Euro 2020 21/6/2021

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Euro 2020 21/6/2021. Four games in Euro 2020 today. At 17:00, on ITV, is North Macedonia v Netherlands. At 17:00, on ITV 4, is Ukraine v Austria. At 20:00, on BBC One, is Finland v Belgium. At 20:00 on BBC TWO is Russia v Denmark.

Euro 2020 21/6/2021 - North Macedonia v Netherlands
North Macedonia v Netherlands
Euro 2020 21/6/2021 - North Macedonia v Netherlands
North Macedonia v Netherlands

Euro 2020 21/6/2021 – North Macedonia v Netherlands

  • North Macedonia are already out with a game to spare in the groups so could really make multiple changes to give players experience of playing at a major tournament.
  • Already through to the knockout stage, Frank de Boer may use this opportunity to shuffle his pack.
  • Daley Blind, Patrick van Aanholt and Wout Weghorst are two that could drop to the bench on Monday.
  • Luuk de Jong and Donyell Malen will hope to start in attack, while the likes of Davy Klaassen and Owen Wijndal will push for minutes.

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 Euro 2020 21/6/2021 - Ukraine v Austria
Ukraine v Austria
Euro 2020 21/6/2021 - Ukraine v Austria
Ukraine v Austria

Euro 2020 21/6/2021 – Ukraine v Austria

  • Ukraine may feel inclined to go with the same side that defeated North Macedonia last time out.
  • Oleksandr Zubkov remains a doubt after missing the win at the back end of last week so Atalanta’s Ruslan Malinovskiy could continue in attack as a result.
  • Austria were extremely poor in defeat to the Netherlands last week and manager Franco Foda will surely move David Alaba out of the centre of defence to get him involved in the game more.
  • Sasa Kalajdzic will push for a recall, while Austria also have Marko Arnautovic back available for selection against Ukraine on Monday. The latter scored two goals in the last meeting between the two back in 2012.

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Euro 2020 21/6/2021 - Finland v Belgium
Finland v Belgium
Euro 2020 21/6/2021 - Finland v Belgium
Finland v Belgium

Euro 2020 21/6/2021 – Finland v Belgium

  • Joona Toivio proved his fitness in time to start in Finland’s 1-0 defeat to Russia last time out, while Nikolai Alho made the bench.
  • Experienced midfielder Tim Sparv will likely be recalled to face Belgium after he was an unused substitute against Russia.
  • Kevin De Bruyne bailed Belgium out against Denmark with a match-winning cameo off the bench last week, his first appearance at Euro 2020 after injury.
  • Roberto Martinez also recovered Axel Witsel for that game and has all but confirmed he will make wholesale changes to keep everyone fresh.
  • It wouldn’t be a surprise to see Michy Batshuayi start in place of Romelu Lukaku on Monday. Eden Hazard could also make his first start this summer.
  • Thorgan Hazard will miss their first knock-out game if he is booked against Finland so he is unlikely to be risked here.

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Euro 2020 21/6/2021 - Russia v Denmark
Russia v Denmark
Euro 2020 21/6/2021 - Russia v Denmark
Russia v Denmark

Euro 2020 21/6/2021 – Russia v Denmark

  • Mario Fernandes was taken to hospital with a suspected spine injury after their win over Finland but has been cleared. Nevertheless, it would be a surprise if he featured in their final group game.
  • Denmark reverted to a back three for the first time since November 2020 against Belgium last week and may stick with that here after an encouraging display.
  • Mikkel Damsgaard looked especially bright for Denmark after coming into the side and he should keep his place on Monday.

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