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How to watch Euro 2016, Day 18: Time, TV schedule and streaming options

Wales take on Belgium in the second Euro 2016 quarterfinal.

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After last night's snoozefest between Portugal and Poland, let's hope for a little more entertainment as Wales take on Belgium in the second Euro 2016 quarterfinal (8 p.m. ET, 3 p.m. BST). Belgium made a shaky start to the tournament and suffered a disappointing defeat to Italy in their group stage opener, though they've recovered well and certainly head into this match as favourites. Chris Coleman's side will doubtless be banking on some Gareth Bale inspiration to see them through to the semis of their first major tournament since 1958.

Are there any United players in action?

Marouane Fellaini. Hooray!

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

Other United connections?

United have a long and fine history of Welsh talent, with highlights including Ryan Giggs, Mark Hughes and Billy Meredith. However, only one Welsh player is currently on United's books: 18-year-old Regan Poole joined the club from Newport County last year, and is yet to make a senior international appearance.

Two Belgian internationals are currently on United's books, though unlike Fellaini, Adnan Januzaj failed to make Marc Wilmots' final selection. Two other Belgians have donned a United shirt: one was Sheffield Wednesday full-back Marnick Vermijl, but who was the other? A clue: he picked up both a Premier League winner's medal and a Championship promotion in the season just gone.

How can I catch the action?

For those in the UK, the game can be found on the BBC. 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.