Brazil vs Venezuela, Tuesday June 18th, 8:30 pm. With the Copa America slowly gaining speed and momentum after the first few games, Brazil will be looking to make another big statement following their comfortable opening game win against Bolivia, while Venezuela will be out to cause an upset.
Uruguay vs Ecuador, Sunday June 16th, 6:00 pm, Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto. Uruguay are third favourites to lift the Copa America - behind Brazil and Argentina - this summer but face a tough opening test as they take on Ecuador. Hector Gomez’s side are rank outsiders for the tournament but notoriously cause problems to loftier opponents.
Argentina vs Colombia, Saturday June 15th, 6:00 pm. The Copa America is always one of the most exciting tournaments in all of football and with Lionel Messi’s Argentina taking on James Rodriguez’s Colombia, it promises to be a thrilling game with plenty of goals and action.
Brazil vs Bolivia, Friday June 14th, 8:30 pm, Cícero Pompeu de Toledo Stadium. The Copa America commences this week with Brazil, the competition hosts and one of the favourites to lift the tournament, coming up against tournament outsiders Bolivia in Sao Paulo. It is expected to be a straightforward opening day victory for the hosts.
Portugal vs Netherlands, Sunday June 9th, 2:45 pm, Estadio Do Drago. The first ever final of the UEFA Nations League takes place in Porto on Sunday evening with hosts Portugal taking on the Netherlands in a highly-anticipated encounter which many believe may be too close to call.
Italy vs Bosnia, Tuesday 11th June, 2:45 PM, Allianz Stadium. Italy know that it is imperative to maintain the good start their Euro 2020 qualification campaign and nothing less than a win over Bosnia-Herzegovina will satisfy the fans and the media.
Belgium vs Scotland, Tuesday June 11th, 2:45 pm, Stade Roi Baudouin. Qualification for the 2020 European Championships continues this midweek as Belgium - who will be among the outright favourites for next summer’s competition - play host to Scotland, who have made a slow start to their campaign, in a game the home side will be heavily tipped to win.
Andorra vs France, Tuesday June 11th, 2:45 PM, Estadi Comunal d'Andorra la Vella. After picking up a comfortable win in their previous friendly against Bolivia, France will be looking to add another three points onto the board in this qualifier for Euro 2020.
Germany vs Estonia, Tuesday June 11th, 2:45 PM, Opel Arena. The qualification campaign for the 2020 European Championships continues this week with Germany - who will be among the outright favourites for next summer’s competition - playing host to outsiders Estonia in a game the home side will be heavily tipped to win.
Spain vs. Sweden, Monday June 10th, 2:45 pm, Santiago Bernabeu. Spain host Sweden at Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabeu in a fixture that could go a long way towards determining who takes top spot in Group F of Euro 2020 qualification.