Football fans will be rubbing their hands together ahead of Euro 2020’s quarter-finals — and we have already got one eye on the action.
Along with our guide to the four matches, there is also the latest transfer news, some Euros nostalgia and our daily Wimbledon round-up on the menu.
Euro 2020 guide
Exactly three weeks since the opening game at the European Championship, the quarter-final stage kicks off tomorrow.
Switzerland, who stunned favourites France in the last 16, will get the party started against Spain before Belgium and Italy meet in a mouth-watering contest.
Attention then switches to the opposite half of the draw on Saturday, with Denmark and the Czech Republic doing battle in a meeting of dark horses before England’s big moment arrives against Ukraine in Rome.
Want to get fully up to speed on all four clashes? Our ultimate guide is packed with everything you need to know.
The good times keep on rolling for tennis fans with Wimbledon set to play host to another packed day of action.
Roger Federer is the main attraction in SW19 as the eight-time champion faces Frenchman Richard Gasquet, while women’s world No1 Ash Barty is also eyeing a place in the third round against Anna Blinkova.
Meanwhile, after Andy Murray’s dramatic late win last night, Cam Norrie will fly the flag for the Brits when he takes on Australia’s Alex Bolt.
We have looked ahead to those three clashes and plenty more in our daily round-up.
We always have our finger on the pulse with the latest transfer news.
With Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund agreeing a fee for England winger Jadon Sancho, we turn the spotlight on the impact the 21-year-old could make at Old Trafford.
Our daily Transfer Talk column rounds up the most eye-catching gossip and rumours from around Europe’s top leagues as the window starts to heat up.
And if you are more interested in which Euro 2020 stars could be on the move, we have a column dedicated to the tournament’s in-demand stars.
And there’s more
Be sure to enjoy your daily dose of Euros nostalgia as we look back on classic matches from tournaments gone by.
Today’s featured clash heads back nine years to Euro 2012 for the last tournament meeting between England and Ukraine — when the Three Lions grabbed a controversial 1-0 victory.
Horse racing fans are also spoilt for choice.
Our daily round-up covers some of the biggest news while the latest five to follow come from the card at Haydock Park.