The Euro 2016 first knockout round reaches a climax on Monday, in what is also your final opportunity of the tournament to enjoy more than one match in a single day. However, this 'omnibus' phase of the championship certainly goes out with a bang, with two magnificent games back-to-back. The first sees reigning champions Spain go head-to-head with 2012's runners-up, Italy (5 p.m. BST, 12 p.m. ET). Antonio Conte has brought a very ordinary selection to France, though so far Italy's defensive tactics have masked their talent deficit. Could they finally be shown up against arguably the world's best international side?
As spectacular as the day's first match promises to be, for those in England it is but a mere apéritif. That's because Roy Hodgson's Brave Boys return to action against the tournament revelations Iceland in the last of the round of 16 fixtures, looking to record their first knockout stage victory of any major tournament in almost a decade (8 p.m. BST, 3 p.m. ET). Not since 2006, when they eliminated Ecuador from the World Cup in Germany, have England won a match beyond the group stages. They really ought to do so here, though Iceland's excellent defensive organisation should ensure a cagey affair.
Are there any United players in action?
A whopping five: David De Gea (Spain), Matteo Darmian (Italy), Wayne Rooney, Chris Smalling and Marcus Rashford (England).
What about potential transfer targets?
Probably not. There were a few Leonardo Bonucci (Italy) rumours flying around last week, but they seem highly unlikely. Looks like we'll just have to be content with Henrikh Mkhitaryan for the time being.
How can I catch the action?
For those in the UK, the early game is on the BBC, and the later one over on ITV. For those in the States, you can, as ever, veg out in front of ESPN all day. All of these options come with their respective online services. For all other locations check out this handy page from Live Soccer TV.