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Here's a rundown of today's fixtures at Euro 2024 and which broadcaster you can watch on.

France v Poland

5pm, BBC

Group D draws to its conclusion as France and Poland meet in Dortmund, with places in the knockout stage still to play for. Steve Bower provides the commentary.

The World Cup finalists are aiming to win their first European Championship title since 2000. France will hope superstar Kylian Mbappé can emulate his Qatar 2022 form, when he scored a staggering eight goals to win the tournament’s golden boot.

Poland, meanwhile, are looking to qualify from the group stage of the Euros for just a second time and will be keen to improve on their poor showing in 2021 when they collected just one point from their three matches.

Netherlands v Austria

5pm, BBC

Live coverage of an intriguing match between the Netherlands and Austria in Berlin as Group D reaches its conclusion. Commentary comes from Jonathan Pearce.

The Dutch – whose orange-clad supporters light up every major tournament – are returning to the country where they won their sole European Championship in 1988, and under manager Ronald Koeman, who was part of that victorious team, are hoping to create more memories this time around.

These two sides were drawn in the same group at Euro 2020, with the Netherlands emerging 2-0 winners in Amsterdam thanks to goals in each half from Memphis Depay and Denzel Dumfries. Despite defeat, Austria went on to finish second in the group behind the Dutch to qualify for the knockout stage of the Euros for the first time in their history.

Denmark v Serbia

8pm, ITV

England v Slovenia

8pm, ITV

Mark Pougatch is joined by Roy Keane, Gary Neville, Ange Postecoglou and Ian Wright for live coverage of England's final Group C game of UEFA Euro 2024, as Gareth Southgate's side take on Slovenia. Further analysis and insight is from Laura Woods and Karen Carney inside the Cologne Stadium, with commentary from Sam Matterface and Lee Dixon, and interviews from reporter Gabriel Clarke. 


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