The last eighth finals of the European Championship are scheduled for Tuesday.

At 6 p.m., the cracker between England and Germany is scheduled for Wembley.

Three hours later, the kick-off is at Sweden-Ukraine.

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6 p.m., Wembley in London: England-Germany

The red carpet was all but explained for England and Germany in the group stage.

After two minimal victories against Croatia and the Czech Republic and a draw against Scotland, the English only secured group victory on the last day of competition.

The Germans' participation in the eighth finals hung by a thread in the group stage.

The Germans were virtually in last place on the last day of competition, but thanks to a late equalizer against Hungary, Germany can still hope for the fourth European title.

The squatter between England and Germany is a match with a Dutch twist, because the match is led by Danny Makkelie.

Fact about the match:

The mutual balance between England and Germany is exactly balanced.

Both countries have won thirteen times in their previous 32 encounters.

Six matches ended in a draw.

Player to watch:

Raheem Sterling

is the man of form for the English.

He scored England's only two goals at this European Championship and was involved in 15 of 37 goals in European Championship qualifiers.

Raheem Sterling became the match winner against Croatia and the Czech Republic.

Raheem Sterling became the match winner against Croatia and the Czech Republic.

Photo: Getty Images

9pm, Hampden Park in Glasgow: Sweden-Ukraine

Sweden became the surprise winner of Group E over Spain, Slovakia and Poland and therefore has an easier opponent on paper with Ukraine in the eighth final.

Ukraine was a lot less convincing in the group stage.

The team of national coach Andriy Shevchenko placed in the group of the Netherlands with three points as one of the best numbers three for the knockout phase.

A first, because the Ukrainians never got further than the group stage at a final tournament.

Fact about the match:

Ukraine played its first ever final match against Sweden at the European Championship in 2012.

In Kiev, Ukraine won 2-1 thanks to two goals from Shevchenko, the current national coach of the Ukrainians.

Player to watch:

The Ukrainians should pay particular attention to

Emil Forsberg

in the opening phase

.

He scored the second fastest goal in European Championship history in the group stage against Poland.

Forsberg has scored four goals in his last four international appearances, including two before the twentieth minute.

See also: View the schedule and results at the European Championship

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