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Who plays today in European Championship? Thursday 17 June: games, times, TV, schedule...

Previews of today's group-stage games at Euro 2020, plus all the information you need to know on how and where to watch.

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Who plays today in European Championship? Thursday 17 June: games, times, TV, schedule...
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It’s Thursday 17 June. It's Day 7 of Euro 2020. Let's check out all the Group B and Group C action that awaits us.

Ukraine vs North Macedonia | 9 am ET

Preview

Ukraine and North Macedonia will both be looking to kickstart their Euro 2020 campaigns before it's too late as they face each other in Group C.

Defeat for either side could mean the end today. Both teams suffered defeats in their opening fixtures. Ukraine lost to the Netherlands, and North Macedonia to Austria. Goran Pandev scored North Macedonia’s historic first European Championship goal on their tournament debut, but it wasn't enough as Austria went on to secure a 3-1 victory.

Ukraine boss Andriy Shevchenko spoke ahead of the game. "North Macedonia deserve respect. They have character, they have outstanding leaders and a well-established playing system. They almost always play 5-3-2 and like to counterattack. They are good scrappers. We don't expect any gifts."

AS English prediction: Ukraine 1-1 North Macedonia

Venue: National Arena, Bucharest, Romania

Kick-off time: 9am ET, 6am PT, 3pm CEST

Find out what time Ukraine vs North Macedonia kicks off where you are in the world.

How to watch: No matter where you are on the planet, you can see what channel the Ukraine vs North Macedonia match is available on here.

For those in the United States: SiriusXM FC, PrendeTV, ESPN, TUDN Radio.

Denmark vs Belgium | 12 noon ET

Preview

Denmark and Belgium go head-to-head today at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen in the second game of an exciting day at Euro 2020.

Denmark have had a week full of emotion after the collapse of Christian Eriksen on the pitch against Finland. Eriksen's life was saved and he remains in hospital as he continues to recover from suffering a cardiac arrest. The Danish players returned to the pitch in Copenhagen less than two hours after Eriksen fell to the ground on Saturday, eventually losing 1-0 to Finland. It remains to been how Denmark will recover from the events last weekend, but face tough opposition in Belgium, the world’s top-ranked nation.

Belgium can secure their spot in the knockout stage with another win, having taken Russia apart in the first round. Both Kevin De Bruyne and Axel Witsel could return to the starting XI for Roberto Martínez.

AS English prediction: Denmark 1-2 Belgium

Venue: Parken Stadium, Copenhagen, Denmark

Kick-off time: 12 noon ET, 9am PT, 6pm CEST

Find out what time Denmark vs Belgium kicks off where you are in the world.

How to watch: No matter where you are on the planet, you can see what channel the Denmark vs Belgium match is available on here.

For those in the United States: ESPN, SiriusXM FC, TUDN Radio, PrendeTV.

Netherlands vs Austria | 3pm ET

Preview

After a 3-2 win against Ukraine in their Group C opener, the Netherlands face Austria at the Johan Cruijff ArenA.

The Netherlands left it late but eventually beat Ukraine 3-2 and will be looking to follow the first result up with another three points to secure their place in the last 16. Oranje were 2-0 up at one point but eventually scored an 85th-minute winner after being pegged back to 2-2.

Austria opened up their campaign with a solid 3-1 win over North Macedonia on Sunday, however they have lost each of their last six meetings with the Netherlands.

AS English prediction: Netherlands 2-0 Austria

Venue: Johan Cruijff ArenA, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Kick-off time: 3pm ET, 12 noon PT, 9pm CEST

Find out what time Netherlands vs Austria kicks off where you are in the world.

How to watch: No matter where you are on the planet, you can see what channel the Netherlands vs Austria match is available on here.

For those in the United States: SiriusXM FC, PrendeTV, ESPN, TUDN Radio.