Following on from perhaps the greatest night in the history of Irish football, the Republic of Ireland football team has the opportunity to avenge their World Cup Qualifier defeat at the hands of France back in 2009. Football fans have notoriously long memories and there won't be an Irishman in Lyon that won't be keen to avenge Thierry Henry's handball that gifted France the win on that occasion. Martin O'Neill will have a selection headache following the superb performance from the Irish team on Wednesday night and compounded even further with the news that Jonathan Walters is back in training. France have a lot of quality in their team but should Ireland be able to replicate the performance they produced against Italy they should have a fighting chance of making the Quarter Finals of the Euros for the first time in our history. (Kick Off: 2.00pm)

Followed by Germany v Slovakia RTE2: 4.30 pm

World Champions Germany take on Slovakia in the Last 16 of the Euros. Germany have been strong thus far in the tournament and have justified their favourites tag by finishing top of their group. Slovakia meanwhile finished third in their group with four points behind Wales and England. This is the Slovaks first ever appearance in the competition and despite a disappointing opening game defeat to Wales, they've gone on to beat Russia and hold England scoreless. (Kick Off: 5.00pm)