England take on neighbours Wales for the first time ever at a major tournament in Stade Bollaert-Delelis. England realistically need to win the game if they want to have any chance of finishing top of their group. Following their 1-1 draw with Russia in the opening round, a draw or defeat to Wales would make their final clash with Slovakia a do or die scenario. Wales meanwhile will know that victory would be enough to guarantee them their place in the last 16. They beat Slovakia in their first ever European Championships game and would love nothing more than to beat the English next. (Kick Off: 2.00pm)

Over on TV3: Ukraine v Northern Ireland 4.30pm

Ukraine take on Northern Ireland at the Stade de Lyon. Both teams were defeated in their opening games to Germany and Poland respectively so will be keen to pick up all three points here to put them back into the reckoning for qualification to the last 16. (Kick Off: 5.00pm)


Over on RTE2: Germany v Poland 7.30pm

Germany take on Poland in the other Group C game in the Stade de France. The two sides were in the same group for the Euro 2016 qualifying stages so will have a decent understanding of how each other plays. They recorded a victory each in the their two meetings for the qualifying stages with Poland winning the opening game in Warsaw 2-0 but Germany reversing the result in the return game in Frankfurt. The winner of this fixture will likely top Group C. (Kick Off: 8.00pm)