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Euro 2020 Open Watch Thread: Day 17

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Just like that, it’s the final day of the round of 16.

Sweden v Poland - UEFA Euro 2020: Group E Photo by Gonzalo Arroyo - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images

It’s the final day of the Euro 2020 Round of 16. And we just so happen to be coming off one of the craziest days a single day of knockout round football has given us in a good amount of time, if ever in a European Championship tournament.

Good luck, everybody!

Today’s schedule:

  • England vs. Germany
  • Dejan Kulusevski and Sweden vs. Ukraine

You’ve got the countries with big names and lengthy histories going up against one another in Germany and England. And you’ve got the final Juventus player to take the field in the round of 16 in Kulusevski, who is coming off a two-assist performance in Sweden’s final group stage game a week ago.

We’ll see if Kulusevski can replicate the kind of individual success he had the last time he took the field. And if he does, we could very well see Sweden, the oldest team in the Euro 2020 field, advance to the quarterfinals. When Kulu’s cookin’, he just adds a different kind of dimension that nobody else on Sweden’s roster can match.

And judging by what we saw Monday, there’s still plenty of time for drama to take place. Maybe not to that level because Monday’s set of games were about as crazy as we’ll ever see, but there’s always the chance for a roller coaster ride of a 90 minutes to happen.

That’s just what this tournament is producing more often than not.

England vs. Germany

MATCH INFO

When: 6 p.m. across Europe; 5 p.m. local time in England and in the United Kingdom; 12 p.m. on the East Coast; 9 a.m. on the West Coast

Where: Wembley Stadium, London, England

HOW TO WATCH

Television: ESPN (United States); TSN1, TSN4, TVA Sports (Canada); BBC One (United Kingdom)

Online/mobile: WatchESPN, fuboTV (United States); TSN.ca, TSN app (Canada); BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Web (United Kingdom)

Sweden vs. Ukraine

MATCH INFO

When: 9 p.m. across Europe; 8 p.m. local time in England and in the United Kingdom; 3 p.m. on the East Coast; 12 p.m. on the West Coast

Where: Hampden Park, Glasgow, Scotland

HOW TO WATCH

Television: ESPN, TUDN USA, Univision (United States); TSN1, TSN4, TVA Sports (Canada); BBC One (United Kingdom)

Online/mobile: WatchESPN, fuboTV, TUDN app, TUDN.com, Univision NOW (United States); TSN.ca, TSN app (Canada); BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport Web (United Kingdom)

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