Euro 2020 begins on Friday when Turkey take on Italy in the tournament’s opening fixture.
Manchester United’s players begin their involvement the following day, and ahead of the tournament we have compiled a handy guide of every group stage fixture you need to know.
Saturday June 12: Group A, Wales v Switzerland, 2pm (Baku)
Dan James’ Wales will look to get their tournament off to a winning start. Dylan Levitt could also be involved.
Sunday June 13: Group D, England v Croatia, 2pm (Wembley)
Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw are in contention to start for England. Harry Maguire is unlikely to be back from injury, while Dean Henderson will be on the bench.
Monday June 14: Two matches featuring United players.
Group D, Scotland v Czech Republic, 2pm (Hampden)
Scott McTominay will be a starter for Scotland in their first major tournament game since 1998.
Group E, Spain v Sweden, 8pm (Seville)
The first intra-Manchester United game. David de Gea’s Spain will take on Victor Lindelof’s Sweden. Ex-United star Zlatan will lead the line.
Tuesday June 15: Two matches featuring United players.
Group F: Hungary v Portugal, 6pm (Budapest)
Bruno Fernandes will look to make a mark at the tournament in Portugal’s opener. Hungary have home advantage for the game which adds extra spice to it.
Group F, France v Germany, 8pm (Munich)
Paul Pogba’s France face Germany away from home in a huge match worthy of being a final.
Wednesday June 16: Group A, Turkey v Wales, 5pm (Baku)
Dan James’ Wales play their second game of the group stages as they look to recapture their success from 2016.
Friday June 19: Two matches featuring United players.
Group E, Sweden v Slovakia, 2pm (St Petersburg).
Victor Lindelof’s Sweden will be favourites to win this game and may need a win if they are defeated by Spain in the opener.
Group D: England v Scotland, 8pm (Wembley).
This is the first major tournament game between England and Scotland since 1996, and it will see Manchester United players go head to head.
Scott McTominay will face his United teammates, and Harry Maguire will be desperate to be back from injury for this fixture.
Saturday June 19: Three matches featuring United players.
Group F: Hungary v France, 2pm (Budapest)
Paul Pogba’s France will be expected to win this game but Hungary’s home advantage means it may not be smooth sailing.
Group F: Portugal v Germany, 5pm (Munich)
Bruno Fernandes can show he is a real big game player by leading Portugal to a win away at Germany. It’s easier said than done, and this should be a great game.
Group E: Spain v Poland, 8pm (Seville)
If selected in goal, David de Gea will have to try and shut out Robert Lewandowski.
Sunday June 20: Group A: Italy v Wales, 5pm, (Rome)
The toughest tie for Wales and Dan James comes last when they head to Italy to try and spring a famous upset.
Tuesday June 22: Two matches featuring United players.
Group D: England v Czech Republic, 5pm, (Wembley)
England will want to sign off the group stages with a win and book a place in the knockout rounds. Marcus Rashford should play a role in attack, as could transfer target Jadon Sancho.
Group D: Scotland v Croatia, 5pm, (Hampden)
Scotland will be underdogs but home advantage will work in their favour. Scott McTominay will go up against Luka Modric.
Wednesday June 23: Three matches featuring United players.
Group E: Spain v Slovakia, 5pm, (Seville)
The final group match for David de Gea’s Spain will see them sign off and try to keep a clean sheet.
Group E: Sweden v Poland, 5pm, (St Peterburg)
Victor Lindelof will try to keep Robert Lewandowski quiet. That won’t be easy and the winner should qualify for the knockout stages.
Group F: France v Portugal, 8pm (Budapest)
Save the best until last. It is Bruno Fernandes v Paul Pogba on neutral turf in a rematch of the Euro 2016 final.
Hopefully there will still be something riding on this game and the two teams put out strong sides.
Knockout stages begin on Saturday June 26.
Manchester United players at Euro 2020
- Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Dean Henderson
- Scott McTominay
- Bruno Fernandes, Diogo Dalot
- Paul Pogba
- David de Gea
- Dan James, Dylan Levitt
- Victor Lindelof
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