Euro 2016: Semi-Finals schedule with kick off times and TV Coverage

Take a look at the games that will make up the Semi finals of Euro 2016 as the tournament moves towards its climax , complete with kick off times and TV Coverage.

Euro 2016's Semi-final stage gets underway on Wednesday after Four matches whittle the running down to just four teams. This is how the remaining squads line up as they battle for a place in the final.

Portugal continued their shaky run through the tournament, and are still yet to win a game in 90 minutes. Three draws in the group stage, plus a 117th-minute winner against Croatia set them up to play Poland in the Quarter-finals, whom they saw off only through penalties after a 1-1 draw.

Meanwhile, Wales surpassed all expectations with an emphatic 3-1 victory over highly-tipped Belgium, with goals from Hal Robson-Kanu, Ashley Williams and Sam Vokes, thus setting up a mouth-watering duel between Real Madrid team mates Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo.

Germany faced Euro 2012 runners-up Italy in their Quarter-final match. Mesut Ozil put the World Champions ahead, but it was cancelled out when Leandro Bonucci converted a penalty caused by Kevin-Prince Boateng's handball. Eventually, it went to penalties, and both teams missed three each. Crucially, the ninth penalty was converted by the Germans and not the Italians, giving Deutschland their first ever tournament win over Italy.

Host nation France put four goals past Iceland in the first half of their Quarter final match, and a fifth in the second half. Though the stubborn Islanders grabbed two goals back, Olivier Giroud's brace, and goals from Antoine Greizmann, Paul Pogba and Dimitri Payet were just too much of a mountain to climb.

Euro 2016 Quarter Finals match schedule with TV Coverage

Wednesday 6 July

20:00 Portugal v Wales

Misfiring Portugal will face underdogs Wales who punched well above their weight to knock Belgium out in the last round. The match will be live on ITV 1, ITV HD, the ITV Hub online, and S4C and S4C HD in Wales. Coverage begins at 19:15, with kick off at 20:00.

Thursday 7 July

20:00 Germany v France

Germany narrowly edged Italy on penalties to set up Host nation France face Iceland in the final Quarter final match, and will face hosts France, shown live on BBC1, BBC HD, and BBC iPlayer online. Kick off is at 20:00, with coverage starting slightly earlier at 19:30.

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