on which channel to watch Wales-Denmark
First round of 16 of the Euro, the meeting between Wales and Denmark will be played this Saturday at 6 p.m. in the Johan Cruyff Arena Amsterdam.
The knockout stages of the Euro start crescendo this Saturday with a Wales-Denmark (6 p.m.) which will precede an Italy-Austria (9 p.m.). But this confrontation promises to be open, even if Christian Eriksen’s teammates start as favorites, a few days after a resounding 4-1 victory over Russia to definitively validate their qualification.
Bale: ‘We are still the underdogs’
Third in group B, the Danes became on this occasion the first to cross the first round of a Euro after losing their first two games (0-1 against Finland, 1-2 against Belgium) . Opposite, the Welsh finished second in group A with 4 points, behind Italy and ahead of Switzerland, the next opponent of the Blues.
« We are still the outsiders, recalls Dragons captain Gareth Bale at a press conference. It makes no difference to us. (…) I hope we can achieve an excellent performance and do the job ». The Real Madrid striker remains on a fairly sluggish start to the competition, despite two assists.
For this meeting, Wales will be deprived of Ampadu, excluded against Italy and suspended. For its part, Denmark will once again have to deal without their playmaker Eriksen, who is recovering from his terrible cardiac arrest in the first match. « After three very emotional matches at Parken [Stadium]we expect a lot from this meeting », concedes coach Kasper Hjumland in pre-match.
The Netherlands or the Czech Republic in quarters
The match will be held this Saturday in the Johan Cruyff Arena in Amsterdam and will be refereed by the German Daniel Siebert. In France, it will be broadcast on beIN Sports 1 from 6 p.m., but also on our antenna, on RMC, the only radio to comment on all Euro matches. You can also follow the match live with commentary on the RMC website and app.
The winner of this first round of 16 will play a quarter-final in Baku with a full week of preparation. It will be Saturday July 3, also at 6 p.m., against the winner of the duel between the Netherlands and the Czech Republic which will be held this Sunday (6 p.m., in Budapest).