The latest UEFA Euro 2020 news, insight and analysis from Mark Chapman, Steve Crossman, Emma Saunders and the rest of the BBC Radio 5 live Football Daily team.
Wonderful Wales keep the dream alive
Wales are through to the last 16 despite a nerve-wracking 1-0 defeat to Italy which saw 10 men Wales fighting to keep their score line down to confirm their 2nd place finish.
Steve Crossman is joined by former Wales manager Mark Hughes, ex-Wales captain Ashley Williams and former Wales striker Nathan Blake to react to their hard fought, automatic qualification.
Plus, Mina Rzouki gives us the low down on group topping Italy and we get the latest from the Scotland and England camps with Lyndon Dykes and Phil Foden.
00’10 – Mark Hughes and Ashley Williams reaction to Wales going through
2’06 – Nathan Blake joins us from Rome
10’05 – Gareth Bale reaction
18’39 – Aaron Ramsey reaction
22’11 – Rob Page reaction
26’04 – Mina Rzouki on Italy
31’28 – Lyndon Dykes on Scotland's golf day, his relationship with Che Adams and national anthems
35’22 – Emma Saunders on the latest from the England camp
38’16 – Phil Foden on Harry Kane, Father's Day and Czech Republic
BONUS: All About Klinsmann
Former German international Jurgen Klinsmann joins Steve Crossman to look back on his illustrious career.
Jurgen also gives his thoughts on the national team now and Englands chances at the Euros .
Hungary frustrate France, Spain stall and a German thriller
Steve Crossman brings you reaction as Group F set the Euros alight on Saturday, with Hungary holding world champions France to a draw in front of 60,000 fans in Budapest.
We’ll be in the Hungarian capital to hear more about the raucous atmosphere inside the Puskas arena and we’ll discuss what the result means for both teams.
We’ll also be inside the Allianz Arena to dissect Germany’s stunning win over Portugal and what does Spain’s second draw in a row mean for Luis Enrique’s side?
And then it’s all things Wales with Rob Phillips and Hal Robson-Kanu dropping by ahead of their final group match against Italy. We’ll also hear from Gareth Bale and discuss Roberto Mancini’s entertaining pre-match press conference.
BONUS: Rio Ferdinand's England dissection
Former England international Rio Ferdinand joins Mark Chapman to dissect England's performance at Wembley against Scotland. The guys discuss Harry Kane's lack of impact & where it wrong tactically for Gareth Southgate.
Steely Scotland tame Three Lions
Mark Chapman is joined by Chris Waddle, Pat Nevin, Jack Wilshere and James McFadden to dissect England’s goalless draw with Scotland in Group D at Wembley.
The match didn't quite live up to the hype but there's still plenty to discuss - including Billy Gilmour’s man-of-the-match performance on his first Scotland start, Harry Kane’s struggles up front and what both sides need to do to go further in the tournament.
John Murray is pitch side and speaks to Gareth Southgate, Tyrone Mings and Declan Rice to get their thoughts on the draw.
And we’ll also hear what the Scotland camp made of their first point at a major men’s tournament since 1998, with reaction from manager Steve Clarke, captain Andy Robertson and Stephen O’Donnell.
00:23 Full-time whistle reaction with John Murray, Chris Waddle, Pat Nevin and Jack Wilshere
10:36 Gareth Southgate interview with John Murray
13:31 James McFadden analysis
16:57 Harry Kane’s performance
23:13 Andy Robertson reaction
25:12 Steve Clarke reaction
26:04 Billy Gilmour’s first Scotland start
30:04 Stephen O’Donnell interview
31:36 Tyrone Mings interview with John Murray
33:55 Declan Rice interview with John Murray
35:26 England and Scotland’s final group games
England v Scotland, the old enemies
It’s the Daily Euros you’ve been waiting for. We're bringing you all the build up you need for England v Scotland.
Steve Crossman is joined by Jack Wilshere, Rob Green and Micah Richards to take you through the England side of things.
We've got Erin Cuthbert, Alan Hutton and Eilidh Barbour to cover all things Scotland.
Plus, you’ll hear from both managers Gareth Southgate and Steve Clarke. You’ll also hear from England captain Harry Kane and Scotland’s Scott McTominay
00’50 – Micah Richards and Jack Wilshere join the pod
13’25 – John Murray with Gareth Southgate
16’30 – Scotland manager Steve Clarke
17’36 – Eilidh Barbour on the Scotland camp
22’17 – Rob Green, Alan Hutton and Erin Cuthbert join the pod
32’42 – Scotland midfielder Scott McTominay
33’52 – Tartan Army member, James Scott
38’27 – Our correspondent John Murray with England captain Harry Kane
42’40 – Jack Grealish reveals he has a WhatsApp group with John McGinn, Micah Richards and Alan Hutton!
Good insight & honest information. PS I love the Euro Show & the 72+ shows.
Epilepsy in Football
What an open and honest discussion always enjoy listening to Steve Crossman but this could not have been easy .Thanks to Jay and Leon for giving the footballers perspective .
Good analysis but why do you hate man city so much
The blatant bias against Manchester city diminishes an otherwise great podcast