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- Match of the Day Live: Euro 2012: MOTD: Germany v Portugal
Germany v Portugal (Kick-off 7.45pm). Gary Lineker presents coverage of the Group B clash at the Arena Lviv in Ukraine, where the respective runners-up from 2008 and 2004 begin their quests for glory. This is the third time in the last four European Championships that the Germans and the Portuguese have faced each other, having been paired in the group stage of Euro 2000 and in the knockout stage four years ago. That clash in Basel, Switzerland, was the highlight of the quarter-finals, as Germany took a 2-0 lead midway through the first-half, only to be pegged back to 2-1 shortly before the interval. Their two-goal advantage was restored on the hour mark, but when Portugal scored a second goal of their own three minutes from time, the Germans had to hang on nervously until the final whistle. That encounter was in contrast to the meeting at Euro 2000, when a 3-0 victory for Portugal in the final group match saw Germany crash out of the tournament with just one point from three games, as they finished bottom of a group that also contained Romania and England. With analysis from Alan Hansen, Lee Dixon and Clarence Seedorf. Plus, highlights of the earlier match between Netherlands and Denmark
- Match of the Day Live: Euro 2012: MOTD: Italy v Croatia
Italy v Croatia (Kick-off 5.00pm). Gary Lineker presents coverage of this evening's Group C encounter at the Municipal Stadium Poznan in Poland. Both teams got off to good starts, with the Italians drawing with pre-tournament favourites Spain and Slaven Bilic's men winning 3-1 against the Republic of Ireland. This is the second major tournament in which Italy and Croatia have been drawn against each other in the group stage, having previously faced each other in Group G of the 2002 World Cup. When the nations clashed on that occasion, Croatia created a stir by fighting back from a goal down to record a 2-1 win in Ibaraki, Japan, which proved to be their only victory of the tournament, as they were eliminated without progressing to the knockout stage, while Italy would finish in second place and move on to the last 16. As with that encounter in 2002, Italy will go into this clash as favourites to triumph, mainly due to their impressive record in the qualification process for this tournament. The Azzurri, coached by former Fiorentina boss Cesare Prandelli, topped Group C with a record of eight wins and two draws from their 10 matches, which saw them score 17 and concede just twice in the nine completed games, with a home match against Serbia being abandoned due to rioting. Croatia finished as runners-up in Group F, but overcame Turkey in a two-legged play-off to appear at a third consecutive European Championship. With analysis by Lee Dixon, Clarence Seedorf and Niall Quinn
- Match of the Day Live: Euro 2012: MOTD: Netherlands v Denmark
Netherlands v Denmark (Kick-off 5.00pm). Gary Lineker introduces coverage of this afternoon's Group B clash at the Metalist Stadium in Kharkiv, Ukraine, where the teams play their opening match. This is the second major tournament in succession where the Dutch and the Danes have been drawn against each other in the group stage, having also met at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. That encounter at the Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg saw the Netherlands open their campaign with a 2-0 victory, as they embarked on a winning streak that would take them all the way to the final and finish as runners-up to Spain. Bert van Marwijk's men have been in imperious form since then, winning nine of their 10 games in the qualifying stage as they topped Group E, and they are among the favourites to go all the way at this tournament. However, Denmark also performed admirably in qualifying automatically for Euro 2012, and will be determined to make up for the disappointment of their performances two years ago in South Africa, when they lost two of their three group matches and returned home early. With analysis by Alan Hansen, Phil Neville and Clarence Seedorf
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