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The Euro Cup battles so far have left fans with many unforgettable moments. Only three of the strongest teams advanced to the quarter-finals before the tournament, when many of the teams that were guaranteed to win the title were unexpectedly beaten. Outsiders include Portugal, Germany, France and the Netherlands.

Switzerland, who beat France in the first quarter-final, will face Spain, who beat Croatia. Spain, who struggled in the first two matches but then returned to brilliant form, have scored five goals in the last two. At the same time, the confidence of overthrowing France, the strongest team in the tournament, makes Switzerland dangerous.

The next quarter-final is a battle of the giants. It is not possible to predict who will have the upper hand in the clash between Italy, who reached the last eight with an official performance in the Euro Cup, and Belgium, who defeated Portugal in the pre-quarter. The match could have been easier for Italy if Kevin de Bruyne and Eden Hazard, who were injured in the last match, had not come down.

The black horses of the tournament will be horned in the third quarter finals. Denmark, who dominate their opponents by playing with confidence, will face the Czech Republic, who defeated the Netherlands in the pre-quarter. Denmark have a slight advantage in the competition, although they are almost equal.

England will face Ukraine in the final quarter-finals after a long absence. It remains to be seen whether Ukraine will be able to overcome it when they arrive in England with a disciplined defense that has yet to concede a single goal in the tournament. Considering the current form, England are likely to advance to the semi-finals with ease.

Euro Cup Quarter Finals and Indian Time:

Switzerland vs Spain – Friday, July 2, 9.30pm

Belgium vs Italy – Friday, July 2, 12.30pm

Czech Republic vs Denmark – July 3, Saturday, 9.30pm

Ukraine vs England – July 3, Saturday, 12.30pm