Wednesday 16 June
Turkey v Wales (17:00 BST)

Just the one game involving the United contingent as James and Levitt’s Wales remain in Baku for a clash against Turkey, who will have kicked things off against Italy. It promises to be a crucial tie in helping decide who qualifies from Group A. 

Friday 18 June
Sweden v Slovakia (14:00 BST)
England v Scotland (20:00 BST)

Lindelof’s Sweden face Slovakia in St Petersburg, aiming to take a big step towards qualification, but there is a huge battle of Britain in the evening at Wembley. England face the Auld Enemy Scotland, which means the United quartet coming up against McTominay in one of the most eagerly anticipated matches of the group stages. Who remembers Paul Scholes scoring twice against the Scots in a Euro 2000 play-off?

Saturday 19 June
Hungary v France (14:00 BST)
Portugal v Germany (17:00 BST)
Spain v Poland (20:00 BST)

Group F really hots up with Pogba’s France in Budapest to meet Hungary and Portugal locking horns with Germany in another mouthwatering encounter in Munich. If that is not enough, Spain take on Poland in Seville in the night fixture, with De Gea hoping to claim the gloves.

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