THE last two one hundred per cent records at Euro 2020 are set to be put on the line as Belgium face Italy.
The Belgians powered through Group B as they beat Denmark, Russia and Finland, before clinging onto a 1-0 win against Portugal in the last 16.
Italy meanwhile triumphed over Turkey, Switzerland and Wales before knocking out Austria in extra time.
What time does Belgium vs Italy kick off?
- Belgium take on Italy on Friday, July 2.
- The match kicks off at 8pm – 9pm in Belgium, Italy and Germany.
- It will be played at the Allianz Arena in Munich.
- The sides last met at Euro 2016 when goals from Emmanuele Giaccherini and Graziano Pelle saw Antonio Conte’s Italy run out 2-0 winners.
What TV channel is Belgium vs Italy on and can I live stream it?
- Belgium vs Italy is live on BBC One.
- Coverage commences at 7.30pm – half an hour before kick-off.
- To stream the game live, head to the BBC iPlayer.
- RTBF and VRT are showing Euro 2020 in Belgium while RAI and Sky Italia are the Italian broadcasters.
Can I watch Belgium vs Italy for free?
- Yes. BBC is free for all UK viewers with a TV licence.
- Get your TV licence here.
Belgium are beset by injury worries with Kevin de Bruyne and Eden Hazard BOTH touch and go for this game.
Manager Roberto Martinez said: “The initial information that we have from medical staff is positive for both, they will remain with the squad and they have no structural damage,
“But we are running up against time and it is very difficult to see them fully fit. So, we have to take it day by day to try and get them fit.
“We were all a bit concerned before we got the news from the scans and it was a relief to all that we can now work on trying to get them fit again.”
But in a his pre-match press conference, Roberto Martinez said it was more likely De Bruyne would play than Hazard.
He commented: “It will be difficult for Eden to play tomorrow because of a soft issue injury and maybe a little different for Kevin who’s had a ligament problem.”
Timothy Castagne has withdrawn from the squad after a double fracture in his eye socket.
Italy’s only doubt for this match is full-back Alessandro Florenzi, who has a calf injury.
Giorgio Chiellini is set to return to the starting line-up after missing the Austria game with a thigh injury.
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