Saturday at the U21 Euros: England set to learn final four
Last Updated: 23/06/17 9:18pm
Germany take on Italy while Czech Republic face Denmark in the U21 European Championship, live on Sky Sports.
Group C leaders Germany will finish top of the pile and qualify for the semi finals if they avoid defeat to Italy, who could yet usurp the young Die Mannschaft with a victory based on head-to-head results.
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Czech Republic can still claim the best runner-up place in the final four if they beat Denmark in the other game, which completes the group stage ahead of the knockout rounds.
Italy v Germany - Live on Sky Sports 1 HD at 7.45pm
Italy must beat Germany to have any chance of qualification to the final four of the tournament, with both sides representing possible opposition for England in the semi-finals.
England will play the winners of Group C if Slovakia (of Group A) maintain their current ranking as the best runner-up from the group stage.
Germany have looked stern opposition so far though, yet to concede a goal in the competition and with Schalke's Max Meyer pulling the strings from midfield.
Goals from Davie Selke, Marc-Oliver Kemp and Nadiem Amiri sealed a comfortable 3-0 win over Denmark, with Germany yet to alter their impressive starting XI.
Italy, meanwhile, were surprised by a tough Czech Republic side last time out, though Sassuolo midfielder Lorenzo Pellegrini's form on the right-hand side could yet cause problems for Germany.
Key players: Max Meyer (Germany), Davie Selke (Germany), Lorenzo Pellegrini (Italy)
Czech Republic v Denmark - Live on Sky Sports 2 HD at 7:45pm
Denmark will be playing for pride after defeats against Italy and Germany in their opening games, but will face a Czech Republic side still hopeful of a possible semi-final place.
Michael Luftner's long-range stunner helped Czech Republic to a 3-1 upset against Italy, and they will need another high-scoring win to better the goal difference of current best runner-up Slovakia (+3).
If Germany beat Italy, that would make Czech Republic the opponents facing England in the final four.
Key players: Marek Travnik (Czech Rep), Jakub Jankto (Czech Rep), Mikkel Duelund (Denmark)