Denmark Team at Euro 2020 photo

Johan Cruijff Stadium in Amsterdam hosts the first of the Euro 2020 last-16 ties on Saturday evening - Wales Vs Denmark.

Wales ended their group campaign second to Italy in Group A, while Denmark miraculously shocked the world to finish as runners-up to Belgium in Group B, notwithstanding, losing their first two matches.

Five years on the run to the Euro 2016 semi-finals, Wales have a future looks brighter with pleasant memories after reaching the knockouts in successive tournaments.

The Dragons lost 1-0 to Italy in their final group match, but that is a result Rob Page likely would have admitted ahead of the contest as it secured his side settled in second.

Matteo Pessina's skilled team finish before halftime proved the difference in Rome, with Wales having to play 35 minutes with ten players after Ethan Ampadu's red card.

Eventually, the 2-0 win over Turkey four days preceding sealed Wales's spot in the last 16, coming on the back of a slightly undeserved 1-1 draw with Switzerland.

However, Wales have lost their only two earlier matches in Amsterdam - against the Netherlands in 1988 and 2014 - and they will not have any followers present in the Stadium.


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