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Euro 2020: The matches to watch this weekend

UEFA Euro 2020 started on 11th June and it has already delivered great action. The best thing is that it will get better and better until 11th July. This will not only happen because of the many exciting games that we are looking forward to, but also the great prizes that StarTimes has lined up for you in the Euro 2020 promotion that was launched two weeks ago. Remember, we all have a chance to win.

New subscribers can buy a decoder and existing customers pay a monthly subscription for Basic, Classic, Smart or Super and enter the draw automatically to win UGX 10m Cash, Boda Boda, LED TV, smartphones and many more exciting prizes.  Our first draw will be held on 19th June 2021 at 9 pm on Sanyuka TV before the game between Spain and Poland.

This weekend will be packed with exciting fixtures as matchday 2 ends on Saturday and matchday 3 begins on Sunday.

That means a total of eight matches from Friday to Sunday, all broadcast live and in HD on the StarTimes World Football channel as well as on streaming app StarTimes ON.


Group D will see England face Scotland in Wembley Stadium at 10 pm. England and Scotland have the oldest rivalry in football history. Favourites of the tournament, England are on a high after an impressive victory over Croatia but a defeat against their neighbours would rob them of much of the momentum they are looking to build. The loss against Czech Republic 2-0 leaves Scotland likely needing a win here to escape the group stages.

Also in Group D, Croatia will battle against the Czech Republic at 7 pm, while in Group E Sweden vs Slovakia will take place at 4 pm.


On Saturday, the Group of Death, Group F, will provide an exciting match with Portugal facing Germany at 7 pm on ST World Football.

Portugal beat Hungary 3-0 in their opening game, with Raphael Guerreiro opening the scoring before Ronaldo scored twice to take his European Championship haul to an all-time record of 11 goals. Germany lost their opening game against world champions France 1-0 but with nine players having won the UEFA Champions League over the last nine months (Neuer, Müller, Gnabry, Goretzka, Joshua Kimmich, and Niklas Süle with Bayern; Havertz, Werner and Antonio Rüdiger, with Chelsea), they remain a serious threat for Portugal.

On the same day, France will try to take the Group F lead against Hungary at 4 pm while Spain vs Poland match will kick off at 10 pm.


Italy became the first side to book their place in the last 16 of Euro 2020 after a 3-0 win against Switzerland. Wales took a significant step towards qualifying for the knock-out stages after prevailing 2-0 against Turkey. They will seek a win against Italy to secure the second qualifying spot in Group A, after drawing 1-1 with the Swiss in their opening game. Italy and Wales will clash on Sunday at 7 pm and Switzerland will take on Turkey at 10 pm.

Football fans also have a chance to win lots of prizes too when they download our StarTimes ON app and predict winners on each level. The more levels you predict, the more points you earn and the closer you are to the grand prediction prize for Euro 2020.

Remember all the Euro 2020 games are live and in HD on StarTimes ON app with commentary in English, Luo, Luganda, Runyankole, Runyoro and Swahili.

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