Three of our players will be in Euro 2020 last-16 action in the next few days. Here's who's playing and when:
First up is Granit Xhaka, whose Switzerland side face France in Bucharest on Monday, June 28. The Swiss reached the knockout phase of the competition after a third-placed finish in Group A, thanks to their 3-1 win over Turkey and 1-1 draw with Wales.
They'll go head to head against world champions France, who secured their last-16 spot by topping Group F, having beaten Germany, and drawn against Portugal and Hungary. The game will kick-off in Romania at 8pm (UK time).
Then we'll be focusing on two Gunners the following day, with Bukayo Saka's England hosting Bernd Leno's Germany at Wembley on Tuesday, June 29. Saka was named Star of the Match for his performance in the Three Lions' final group-stage game against the Czech Republic, and will be looking for more minutes after helping his country top Group D.
Leno, meanwhile, is yet to feature for a Germany side who booked their spot in the last-16 by finishing second in Group F, following a dramatic clash with Hungary on Wednesday night. The game will kick-off in London at 5pm (UK time).
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