UEFA EURO CUP (2020)2021 – schedule

Below, we run you through the tournament calendar, including all 51 fixtures due to take place at Euro 2020. Remember, there is no third-place play-off between the losing semi-finalists at the European Championships (all times MYT).

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EURO 2021: Group
Group A (Rome/Baku): Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland
Group B (Copenhagen/St Petersburg): Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia
Group C (Amsterdam/Bucharest): Netherlands , Ukraine, Austria, North Macedonia
Group D (London/Glasgow): England, Croatia, Scotland, Czech Republic
Group E (Seville/St Petersburg): Spain, Sweden, Poland, Slovakia
Group F (Munich/Budapest): Hungary, Portugal, France, Germany

Group A fixtures
Date Game Time (Malaysia)
Jun 12 Turkey vs Italy 03:00
Jun 12 Wales vs Switzerland 21:00
Jun 17 Turkey vs Wales 00:00
Jun 17 Italy vs Switzerland 03:00
Jun 21 Switzerland vs Turkey 00:00
Jun 21 Italy vs Wales 00:00

Group B fixtures
Date Game Time (Malaysia)
Jun 13 Denmark vs Finland 00:00
Jun 13 Belgium vs Russia 03:00
Jun 16 Finland vs Russia 21:00
Jun 18 Denmark vs Belgium 00:00
Jun 22 Russia vs Denmark 03:00
Jun 22 Finland vs Belgium 03:00

Group C fixtures
Date Game Time (Malaysia)
Jun 14 Austria vs North Macedonia 00:00
Jun 14 Netherlands vs Ukraine 03:00
Jun 17 Ukraine vs North Macedonia 21:00
Jun 18 Netherlands vs Austria 03:00
Jun 22 North Macedonia vs Netherlands 00:00
Jun 22 Ukraine vs Austria 00:00

Group D fixtures
Date Game Time (Malaysia)
Jun 13 England vs Croatia 21:00
Jun 14 Scotland vs Czech Republic 21:00
Jun 19 Croatia vs Czech Republic 00:00
Jun 19 England vs Scotland 03:00
Jun 23 Croatia vs Scotland 03:00
Jun 23 Czech Republic vs England 03:00

Group E fixtures
Date Game Time (Malaysia)
Jun 15 Poland vs Slovakia 00:00
Jun 15 Spain vs Sweden 03:00
Jun 18 Sweden vs Slovakia 00:00
Jun 20 Spain vs Poland 21:00
Jun 24 Slovakia vs Spain 03:00
Jun 24 Sweden vs Poland 00:00

Group F fixtures
Date Game Time (Malaysia)
Jun 16 Hungary vs Portugal 00:00
Jun 16 France vs Germany 03:00
Jun 19 Hungary vs France 21:00
Jun 20 Portugal vs Germany 00:00
Jun 24 Portugal vs France 03:00
Jun 24 Germany vs Hungary 03:00

The top two in each group plus four best third-placed teams go through.

Sunday 27 June 2021

Watch Pirlo’s EURO 2012 Panenka penalty against England
1: 2A vs 2B (00:00, Amsterdam)
2: 1A vs 2C (03:00, London)

Monday 28 June 2021

3: 1C vs 3D/E/F (00:00, Budapest)
4: 1B vs 3A/D/E/F (03:00, Seville)

Tuesday 29 June 2021

5: 2D vs 2E (00:00, Copenhagen)
6: 1F vs 3A/B/C (03:00, Bucharest)

Wednesday 30 June 2021

7: 1D vs 2F (00:00, London)
8: 1E vs 3A/B/C/D (03:00, Glasgow)

Saturday 3 July 2021

QF1: Winner 6 vs Winner 5 (00:00, St Petersburg)
QF2: Winner 4 vs Winner 2 (03:00, Munich)

Sunday 4 July 2021

QF3: Winner 3 vs Winner 1 (00:00, Baku)
QF4: Winner 8 vs Winner 7 (03:00, Rome)

Wednesday 7 July 2021

SF1: Winner QF2 vs Winner QF1 (03:00, London)

Thursday 8 July 2021

SF2: Winner QF4 vs Winner QF3 (03:00, London)

Monday 12 July 2021

Winner SF1 vs Winner SF2 (03:00, London)

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE – Manchester United vs Arsenal

Today’s Hot Fixture

08:00PM Aston Villa vs Southampton
10:00PM Newcastle United vs Everton
12:30AM Manchester United vs Arsenal
03:15AM Tottenham vs Brighton & Hove Albion

07:30PM Udinese vs AC Milan
10:00PM Spezia vs Juventus
10:00PM Torino vs Lazio
01:00AM AS Roma vs Fiorentina
01:00AM Napoli vs Sassuolo
03:45AM Sampdoria vs Genoa

09:00PM Real Betis vs Elche
11:00PM Celta Vigo vs Real Sociedad
01:30AM Granada CF vs Levante UD
04:00AM Valencia CF vs Getafe CF

10:30PM SC Freiburg vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen
01:00AM Hertha Berlin vs VfL Wolfsburg

08:00PM AS Saint Etienne vs Montpellier
10:00PM Angers vs OGC Nice
10:00PM Dijon vs Lorient
10:00PM Nimes vs Metz
10:00PM Reims vs RC Strasbourg
12:00AM AS Monaco vs Girondins de Bordeaux
04:00AM Lille OSC vs Olympique Lyonnais

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【ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE】Liverpool vs Sheffield United

04:00 AM – Liverpool vs Sheffield United

GW28 lessons: Keep faith in M.Salah

Much was expected of Mohamed Salah in Gameweek 28 of the Fantasy Premier League.

The Liverpool midfielder was the top captain pick for the sixth successive Gameweek for his home match with Watford.

Over 1.6m managers handed the armband to Salah, who produced four goals and an assist in a 5-0 win in the corresponding fixture last season.

Salah disappointment:
Liverpool repeated the same scoreline on Wednesday evening but Salah’s 48.8% FPL owners were left sorely disappointed.

He failed to play a part in any of the Reds’ goals and has only one goal with no assists, in the last five Gameweeks.

That was compounded by the success of his team-mate Sadio Mane against the Hornets.

Mane move:
Moved into a central role, the Senegal international scored twice to record 13 FPL points, his biggest haul since Gameweek 10.

Mane now has six goals in the last six Gameweeks, finding the net on five of those occasions.

Salah is already the most-sold midfielder for Gameweek 29, moved on by over 40,000 for his trip to Everton.

Salah revival?
But Liverpool’s upcoming fixtures suggest he can return to form.

Crucially, the Reds are one of only eight teams guaranteed to play in both Gameweeks 31 and 33, due to FA Cup postponements.

Their opponents on those occasions are Fulham and Southampton, who both sit in the bottom four.

Holding on to Salah, and buying the in-form Mane, may be the safest way to navigate the short-term schedule.

Schar & Longstaff lift Newcastle above Burnley

Fabian Schar and Sean Longstaff’s first-half goals earned a 2-0 victory for Newcastle United against Burnley at St James’ Park.

After Miguel Almiron shot a wide early on, Schar unleashed an unstoppable strike which flew in off a post after 24 minutes.

7 minutes before half-time, Matt Ritchie’s cross was half-cleared by Ben Mee and Academy graduate Longstaff lashed in his first Premier League goal.

Salomon Rondon and Almiron both had chances to make the match safe for Newcastle before a late header by substitute Peter Crouch was hoisted to safety by Jamaal Lascelles.

Newcastle climbs to 13th place, on 31 points, leapfrogging Burnley, whose eight-match unbeaten streak ends with them dropping to 15th place on 30 points.

Tottenham vs Dortmund

【UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE】Tottenham Hotspur vs Borussia Dortmund

Today’s Hot Fixture-

04:00AM – Tottenham Hotspur vs Borussia Dortmund
04:00AM – Ajax vs Real Madrid

Alexis Sanchez


Alexis Sanchez had a busy first day in Manchester as he completed his move to United and MUTV were with him every step of the way.

After landing in the city, our new signing arrived at the Aon Training Complex to meet club staff and have his medical.

He then headed to Old Trafford for a photo shoot and filming with MUTV as he got a closer look at his new home.

Watch our behind-the-scenes video in the media player above and go to MUTV.com to see our exclusive Alexis interview on demand.

Valencia vs Real Madrid

LaLiga Santander – Valencia vs Real Madrid – Match Schedule

Today’s Hot Fixture

FA Cup
20:30 Peterborough United vs Leicester City
23:00 Huddersfield Town vs Birmingham City
23:00 Hull City vs Nottingham Forest
23:00 Middlesbrough vs Brighton & Hove Albion
23:00 Millwall vs Rochdale
23:00 Milton Keynes Dons vs Coventry City
23:00 Notts County vs Swansea City
23:00 Sheffield United vs Preston North End
23:00 Southampton vs Watford
23:00 Wigan Athletic vs West Ham United

Spanish La Liga
20:00 Deportivo La Coruna vs Levante
23:15 Valencia vs Real Madrid

Germany – Bundesliga
22:30 Bayern Munich vs Hoffenheim
22:30 Borussia Dortmund vs Freiburg
22:30 FC Cologne vs Augsburg
22:30 RasenBallsport Leipzig vs Hamburger SV
22:30 VfB Stuttgart vs Schalke 04

Thomas Müller

The World Cup 2018 Player Review

Thomas Müller (Germany)
Thomas Müller
Thomas Müller scored his 99th and 100th Bundesliga goals for FC Bayern München in the Bavarians’ win 4-2 against Werder Bremen.

Nabil Fekir (france)
Nabil Fekir
Nabil Fekir scored a free kick to give Olympique Lyonnais – OL a second-minute lead against PSG in a match his side went on to win 2-1.

Shinji Kagawa (Japan)
Shinji Kagawa
Shinji Kagawa scored to salvage a draw for Borussia Dortmund against Hertha BSC.

Dries Mertens (Germany)
Dries Mertens
There was an important win for SSC Napoli in Bergamo and Dries Mertens scored the game’s only goal.

Luis Suarez (Uruguay) & Lionel Messi (Argentina)
Luis Suarez&Lionel Messi
Two goals for Luis Suarez, two for Lionel Messi and one for Ivan Rakitic resulted in a 5-0 win for FC Barcelona against Real Betis.

Nacho Fernández Iglesias (Spain)
Nacho Fernández Iglesias
Nacho Fernández Iglesias scored twice in Real Madrid C.F.’s 7-1 win over Deportivo de La Coruña.

Sergio Agüero (Argentina)
Sergio Agüero
There was another hat-trick for Sergio Aguero as
Manchester City won 3-1 against Newcastle United.

Eden Hazard (Belgium)
Eden Hazard
Eden Hazard scored twice to help Chelsea Football Club beat Brighton 4-1.