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How to watch Euro 2016, Day 17: Time, TV schedule and streaming options

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Four days, four Euro 2016 quarterfinals. It all kicks off with Portugal taking on Poland on Thursday.

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The Euro 2016 quarterfinals kick off on Thursday, with Portugal taking on Poland (8 p.m. BST, 3 p.m. ET). If the games we've seen so far are anything to go by, it's a battle between a collection of superior individuals against a superior team -- needless to say, Cristiano Ronaldo captains the former. It remains to be seen which will win out when they go head-to-head at Marseille's spectacular Stade Vélodrome.

Are there any United players in action?

Nope.

For a full list of United players at the Euros, click here.

Other United connections?

Only three Portuguese players have ever played for United, and two of them -- Cristiano Ronaldo and Nani -- are included in the Portugal squad. Unfortunately, the third was left at home. Can anyone guess who it is? (Clue: you'd probably rather not.)

The only Polish player to ever play for United is goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak, who is still playing his domestic football at Championship club Birmingham City. However, he's no longer playing international football: the 34-year-old retired in 2012, having surprisingly picked up only 11 caps.

How can I catch the action?

For those in the UK, the game can be found on ITV. For those in the States, you can, as ever, catch all of the action on ESPN. These options both come with their respective online services. For all other locations check out this handy page from Live Soccer TV.