The Republic of Ireland take on Belgium in their second group match from Euro 2016 in Bordeaux. Following their 1-1 draw in the opening match with Sweden, Martin O'Neill's men know that a victory in one of their remaining games should guarantee them a place in the last 16. First up is Belgium who are no longer the frightening proposition we previously expected. An underwhelming performance from Eden Hazard and co against Italy saw them slump to a 2-0 defeat and suddenly it feels like Ireland have a real chance of taking all three points against them. We'll have to be wary of a backlash though as there's no denying the quality in the Belgium attack with the likes of Romelu Lukaku, Eden Hazard and Kevin de Bruyne all possible goal threats. (Kick Off: 2.00pm)

Over on TV3: Iceland v Hungary 4.30pm

Iceland take on Hungary at Stade Velodrome. Iceland will be flying high after they came away with a point against Cristiano Ronaldo's Portugal in their first ever game at a major tournament. They'll face another challenge against Hungary who surprised everyone with their 2-0 victory over pre tournament dark horses Austria. Tommy Martin presents live coverage with Graeme Souness, Keith Andrews and Emma Byrne providing analysis. (Kick Off: 5.00pm)

Over on RTE2: Portugal v Austria 7.30pm

Portugal face Austria in the other game from Group F. Both sides suffered surprisingly disappointing starts to the tournament despite being favourites to finish in the top two spots in their group. Portugal will be looking to Cristiano Ronaldo to make the difference. The Real Madrid man was ineffective against Iceland but will need to raise his game if Portugal are to have any chance of coming away with victory. (Kick Off: 8.00pm)