On the fourth day of the European Championship, three more matches are scheduled.

Spain and Sweden, who both had corona cases in the selection, will start the tournament on Monday in a duel.

Poland goes with Robert Lewandowski for three points against Slovakia and Scotland plays against the Czech Republic in Glasgow.

3 pm, Hampden Park in Glasgow: Scotland-Czech Republic


The Scots have had to wait 23 years for it, but they are finally active again in a final tournament.

That the Scottish team is now there is a small miracle.

The Scots reached the European Championship via the play-offs by beating both Israel and Serbia on penalties.

With players such as Kieran Tierney (Arsenal), Andy Robertson (Liverpool) and Scott McTominay (Manchester United), Scotland has a squad to be reckoned with.

In a group with Croatia and England, both Scotland and the Czech Republic will immediately have the best chance of taking three points on Monday.

Fact about the match:

The Czech Republic's defense should have been led by Ondrej Kúdela.

However, the 34-year-old defender of Slavia Prague was banned for ten games, because he was alleged to have racially treated midfielder Glen Kamara in a Europa League match with Rangers FC in March.

Player to watch: Just

18-year-old

Adam Hlozek

is seen in the Czech Republic as the greatest talent the country has had in years.

The young attacker of Sparta Prague has been of great value to his club for two seasons and scored no fewer than fifteen times in the competition last football season.

Partly for this reason, he is coveted by many European top clubs.

The Scots practiced against the Orange in the run-up to the European Championship.

The Scots practiced against the Orange in the run-up to the European Championship.

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6 p.m., Gazprom Arena in St. Petersburg: Poland-Slovakia


In Poland, in the run-up to the European Championship, it was mainly about the question of who should be placed in the striker next to superstar Lewandowski.

Due to the disappearance of Krzysztof Piatek and former Ajax player Arek Milik, national coach Paulo Sousa, who believes that his team can win the European Championship, was saddled with a problem.

Dawid Kownacki, striker of Fortuna Düsseldorf, can probably now count on playing time.

In Slovakia, the team still revolves around Marek Hamsik, although the 33-year-old midfielder seems to have had his best years.

The Napoli club icon has played for the Swedish Gothenburg for the past three months and will continue his career with Trabzonspor after the summer.

Fact about the match:

The Portuguese Sousa is only the second foreign national coach to go to a final tournament with Poland.

Leo Beenhakker preceded him at the 2008 European Championship.

Player to watch: Robert Lewandowski

is Poland's absolute superstar at this European Championship.

The world footballer of the year has scored 53 goals in 47 games in all competitions this season.

Captain Robert Lewandowski in the shirt of Poland.

Captain Robert Lewandowski in the shirt of Poland.

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9 pm, Estadio La Cartuja de Sevilla in Seville: Spain-Sweden


Both Spain and Sweden had a tumultuous preparation for the European Championship.

A positive corona test for Sergio Busquets caused panic among Spanish national coach Luis Enrique, who put together a parallel bubble of players.

Fearing further infections, Spain even played the last exhibition game against Lithuania with the entire under-21 team, so that Enrique's team only starts the tournament with one exhibition game.

The parallel bubble turned out not to be necessary: ​​apart from a false positive test by Diego Llorente, no more infections were added.

The national team of Sweden was also affected by the corona virus.

Juventus striker Dejan Kulusevski and Mattias Svanberg were tested positive for the team of national coach Janne Andersson.

As a precaution, AZ attacker Jesper Karlsson, among others, is staying in a separate bubble and he can hope for European Championship minutes.

Fact about the match:

Sweden's team should have been all about the 39-year-old Ibrahimovic, but a knee injury put an end to his tournament a month before the start of the European Championship.

Player to watch:

27-year-old centre-back

Aymeric Laporte

only made his debut in the Spanish shirt a few weeks ago.

Nevertheless, partly due to the absence of Sergio Ramos, after his strong season at Manchester City, he immediately seems to be an important link in the defense of national coach Enrique.

Aymeric Laporte made his debut for the Spanish national team on June 4.

Aymeric Laporte made his debut for the Spanish national team on June 4.

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