The final two quarter-final spots at Euro 2020 are up for grabs at Wembley and Hampden Park tonight.
All eyes will be on England's clash with Germany before attention switches to Sweden's meeting with Ukraine later in the evening.
We have match previews and your regular double dose of transfer rumours to get stuck into, plus there is all the latest news from day two at Wimbledon.
Exclusive Euro 2020 column
Ahead of the huge clash at Wembley, Joleon Lescott gives his verdict on the showdown between the Three Lions and Die Mannschaft.
LiveScore’s Euro 2020 expert talks about the change in mentality needed among the players now it is time for knockout football.
And the former England defender also picks out the German ace Gareth Southate's men should fear the most in another must-read column.
Last-16 match previews
The country will come to a halt at 5pm as England face Germany in a mouth-watering knockout tie at the national stadium.
While the Three Lions navigated the group stage undefeated without conceding a goal to qualify top of their group, it was a different story for the Germans.
Leon Goretzka’s 84th-minute equaliser against Hungary ensured they reached the last 16 by finishing second in Group F.
The final game of the last 16 sees the unfancied duo of Sweden and Ukraine meet in Glasgow.
The Swedes topped Group E ahead of Spain thanks to two wins and a draw, while Ukraine scraped through with three points as one of the best third-placed teams.
There was only one game we could pick for today’s Euro Flashback.
It is 25 years since Three Lions by Baddiel, Skinner and the Lightning Seeds was released and we all believed football really was coming home.
So for your daily dose of tournament nostalgia, we look back at the famous Euro 1996 semi-final between England and Germany.
Away from the international action, we have also got you covered with the latest transfer gossip from the domestic game.
Every weekday throughout the summer window, our daily Transfer Talk column will bring you rumours and updates on the biggest names.
On top of that, our Euro 2020 Transfer Talk bulletin puts the futures of those in action each day under the microscope.
After a short delay due to rain, Wimbledon swung back into action yesterday for the first time in two years.
The next two weeks will be filled with thrilling rallies in SW19 and we have got all the top matches covered.
Check out our daily guide containing the full schedule to ensure you do not miss a single point.