We have four representatives at this summer's Under-21 European Championship, which is being played in Poland.

Here's who is involved and when they are in action: 

Calum Chambers and Rob Holding

Sweden 0-0 England
Calum Chambers helped England Under-21s keep a clean sheet in their group-stage opener against Sweden. The defender started in Aidy Boothroyd’s back line, who were indebted to Jordan Pickford after the goalkeeper saved Linus Wahlqvist's 81st-minute penalty to secure a point. Rob Holding was an unused substitute. 

Slovakia 1-2 England
Calum Chambers played the entire game as England came from behind to win 2-1 against Slovakia. Martin Chrien’s first-half strike sent the Young Lions in trailing at the break, but Alfie Mawson and Nathan Redmond both scored in the second half to secure all three points. Rob Holding was an unused substitute.

England v Poland
Thursday. June 22 – 7.45pm

Calum Chambers and Rob Holding
Calum Chambers and Rob Holding


HECTOR BELLERIN

Spain 5-0 Macedonia
Hector Bellerin played the full 90 minutes of Spain Under-21s’ rout against Macedonia. Saul gave the Spaniards an early lead, with Marco Asensio’s strike and Gerard Deulofeu’s penalty increasing their advantage before half-time. Asensio then struck twice after the break to complete his hat-trick, while some solid defending by Bellerin saw Spain earn their first three points with a clean sheet.

Portugal v Spain
Tuesday, June 20 - 7.45pm

Serbia v Spain
Friday, June 23 - 7.45pm

Hector Bellerin
Hector Bellerin

KRYSTIAN BIELIK

Poland 1-2 Slovakia
Krystian Bielik was an unused substitute in Poland’s group-stage opener against Slovakia. Patryk Lipski put the tournament hosts ahead after just 57 seconds, but Martin Valijent and Pavol Safranko turned the game on its head after half-time.

Poland 2-2 Sweden
Krystian Bielik was an unused substitute in Poland's draw against Sweden. Lukasz Moneta gave the hosts a sixth-minute lead but Carlos Strandberg and Jacob Une-Larsson turned the game on its head. Sweden looked to be heading to victory, but Dawid Kownacki's injury-time penalty secured a valuable point for Poland.

England v Poland
Thursday. June 22 - 7.45pm

Krystian Bielik
Krystian Bielik

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20 Jun 2017