Euro 2024 Tracker: Georgia stun Portugal, Czech Republic out


Euro 2024 Tracker: Georgia stun Portugal, Czech Republic out

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Welcome to Flashscore's Euro 2024 Football Tracker - we'll be here with you every day for all the action, goals, talking points and fallout from each fixture in Germany.

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23:23 BST - Thanks for joining us tonight, check back soon for more Euros action. Good night.

22:33 BST - You would have got good odds on this guy earning the Golden Boot.

Take a bow Georges Mikautadze.

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22:21 BST - Here's the last 16 draw in full:

Switzerland v Italy

Germany v Denmark

England v Slovakia

Spain v Georgia

France v Belgium

Portugal v Slovenia

Romania v Netherlands

Austria v Turkey

22:18 BST - Here's how the tournament shapes up, with a few big sides sitting on the other side to England.

22:02 BST - FULL-TIME: It's all over, and Turkey is also through at the expense of tonight's opponents, the Czech Republic.

Read the full report here.

21:56 BST - GOAL! Late drama as Turkey seal a late win. Orkun Kokcu displays great vision and sends a pass to Cenk Tosun, who shows brilliant composure inside the box to bury the ball into the bottom right corner.

21:54 BST - FULL-TIME: A massive night for Georgia, a nation of just four million people. They've beaten Portugal 2-0 comfortably.

They're in to the last 16.

Read our report here.

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21:28 BST - GOAL! Tomas Soucek was in the right place at the right time to get to the rebound and net a leveller for Czech Republic against Turkey. It's 1-1.

21:20 BST - Right now, it's England against Slovakia on Sunday if things stay the same.

21:16 BST - GOAL! Georges Mikautadze slots in the penalty and Georgia have a two-goal lead against Portugal!


Keeper Giorgi Mamardashvili makes a phenomenal save for Georgia, before there referee pulls back for a challenge that VAR had questioned moments before in the Portugal box.

21:12 BST - GOAL! Ismail Yuksek produces a sweet pass and picks out Hakan Calhanoglu  inside the box. He quickly takes a shot which goes into the bottom right corner and leaves the goalkeeper helpless. He makes it 1-0.

20:50 BST - HALF-TIME: Still goalless between the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

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20:48 BST - HALF-TIME: Georgia take their surprise lead into the break against Portugal.

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20:03 BST - GOAL! A lightning start for Georgia, who take a shock lead against Portugal inside two minutes via superstar forward Khvicha Kvaratskhelia.

Scenes in the Georgia end.

19:52 BST - Here's how Group F looks ahead of kick-off:


19:30 BST - The line-ups are in for the final group games of the Euros. 

Follow live audio commentary from the matches here.

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18:57 BST - FULL-TIME! It's also all over between Ukraine and Belgium who play out a goalless draw.

Belgium finish in second place but Ukraine exit the Euros bottom on four points. Ouch.

Read the match report here.

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18:54 BST - FULL-TIME! Romania top Group E! They play out a 1-1 draw with Slovakia, who also make it through to the last 16.

Read the report.

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18:48 BST - Romania, Belgium and Slovakia are all closing in on the last 16 as we enter added time.

Ukraine are heading home - can they find something to save their campaign?

18:24 BST - Past the hour mark now and Belgium are still level with Ukraine. Can Kevin De Bruyne inspire his team to victory?

18:05 BST - Back underway for the second half.

17:53 BST - Romania are currently topping the group ahead of Belgium, while Slovakia are on course to progress in third.

All four teams are on four points but Ukraine look to be missing out.

17:49 BST - It's all to play for between Slovakia and Romania, but both are heading through as it stands.

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17:46 BST - Ukraine and Belgium are lacking quality here, but it's the former who are edging the quality of chances so far.

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17:38 BST - GOAL! Razvan Marin draws Romania level with a thumping penalty, sending the goalkeeper the wrong way in the process. Group E twists again!


17:26 BST - GOAL! Curse of the commentator as Slovakia lead! Ondrej Duda heads in a superb cross to put his nation in front.

Slovakia are topping Group E as it stands.

17:25 BST - Quiet start to the games with Ukraine and Belgium trying to feel each other out.

It's a similar scene in the other game, with Slovakia slightly edging the play against Romania.

17:01 BST - We're ready to go in these final Group E games!

Stick with us for all the updates as they happen.

16:35 BST - Romania's fans are out in force in Stuttgart to support their team against Slovakia this evening!

Romania fans in Frankfurt
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16:20 BST - We're getting set for the tense final matches in Group E!

Check out the line-ups below before we bring you the key updates from both games.

Slovakia v Romania


Ukraine v Belgium


16:01 BST - And finally, already-qualified Portugal play Georgia, who will be looking to beat the odds by pulling off a historic first Euros victory.

Match preview

15:54 BST - Meanwhile in Group F, the Czech Republic face second-placed Turkey looking to squeeze into the knockouts.

The Czechs have one point so far after drawing with Georgia.

Match preview

15:44 BST - Our second preview sees Ukraine play Belgium with both teams restoring their chances of progression after picking up wins last time out.

Match preview

15:25 BST - Here's our preview of Slovakia v Romania.

Third-placed Slovakia were beaten by Ukraine last time out while Romania - still top of the group - lost 2-0 to Belgium.

Match preview

13:10 BST - Group F also concludes tonight but with fewer complexities.

Portugal are already through and play Georgia, who need to win to progress.

The Czech Republic also need a victory against Turkey with the latter likely needing a point to secure their place.

Group F standings
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13:54 BST - Starting in Group E, here's how things shape up before kick-off this evening.

The group is wide open with all four teams level on three points and in with a chance of progressing to the last 16.

There is the potential for things to get very confusing if two draws occur so to put things simply, it's win and you're in.

Group E standings
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13:30 BST - Good afternoon and welcome back to our Football Tracker as the Euro 2024 group stage comes to an end!

Four more games are scheduled today and we'll have you fully covered as the final standings of Groups E and F are decided.

Here's the schedule today:

Slovakia v Romania - 17:00

Ukraine v Belgium - 17:00

Czech Republic v Turkey - 20:00

Georgia v Portugal - 20:00

Tuesday, June 25th

22:56 BST - That's a wrap for tonight - we'll leave you with the only actual highlight from England's match this evening:

An England fan sleeps in his seat ahead of the match against Slovenia
An England fan sleeps in his seat ahead of the match against SloveniaAFP

22:54 BST - Harry Kane looked a lot busier against Slovenia but still didn't seem up to his usual standards:

Kane stats
Kane statsAFP / Opta by Stats Perform

22:48 BST - A flat image of a flat performance.

England's average positions against Slovenia:

Average positions
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22:35 BST - John Stones told ITV he felt England's performance had improved but that there was still room to improve:

"The objective was to top the group and we have done that - it is not always going to be an easy road. It is not going to be easy when we have a target on our back to beat us.

"I thought there was a lot of improvement from the other two games, we found people in the pockets and created more chances - another step in the right direction.

22:28 BST - Gareth Southgate's side will face the third-placed team from Group D, E, or F—potentially the Netherlands—in Gelsenkirchen on Sunday.

The Dutch finished third in Group D.

Group E is still on a knife edge with Romania, Belgium, Slovakia and Ukraine all on three points each, while it's a shootout between Turkey, Czech Republic and Georgia for third in Group F.

22:15 BST - England captain Harry Kane told ITV the aim was to win the group first and foremost.

"Come top of the group and control our destiny," Kane said.

"I thought we played a lot better than the other games. We couldn't just find that finish but we look forward to the next one."

Read more here.

Harry Kane
Harry KaneAFP

21:54 BST - It's all over between Denmark and Serbia who also finish 0-0, meaning England are through as Group C winners.

Group C
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21:52 BST - FULL-TIME! An uninspiring 0-0 draw by the Slovenians are going crazy as third should be enough for them to go through.

Read our full report here.

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21:38 BST - We're into the final 10 minutes. Can England muster anything from what has been yet another poor display?

They could do with a goal to sure up first place.

21:28 BST - Cole Palmer is on for Bukayo Saka.

21:20 BST - England's xG is on the rise but they're yet to create anything clear-cut.


21:16 BST - Still no goals in either game as we reach 60 minutes on the clock.

England have been pressing the issue a lot more though, at least. Kobbie Mainoo has come on for Gallagher and looks up for it.

21:02 BST - We're back underway.

20:50 BST - Not much to mention in the other game either!

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20:46 BST - HALF-TIME: As it stands, England will still win the group. But it's been a drab first 45 again.

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20:30 BST - Still goalless in Munich between Denmark and Serbia, with the Danes looking the more likely to bite first.


20:21 BST - A nice bit of play results in a goal from Bukayo Saka, but it's correctly ruled out for an offside in the build-up.

20:11 BST - Honestly, any England fans looking for an immediate response will be disappointed.

It's been a relatively nervy, disjointed start from the Three Lions, with Slovenia already threatening.

20:00 BST - We're underway in the final Group C games!

19:54 BST - Here we go then, the teams are on their way out for the anthems.

19:48 BST - Victory would crown England as group winners, placing them on the opposite side of the draw from the likes of France, Germany, Portugal, and Spain – a dream scenario for the Three Lions as the tournament progresses. 

Conversely, a second-place finish would pit them against Germany in the next round. Less ideal, that.

19:14 BST - The line-ups are in for tonight's Group C games, including England, who make one change with Conor Gallagher replacing Trent Alexander-Arnold in midfield.

Follow live audio commentary for England versus Slovenia here.

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19:00 BST - Here's how Group D looks after that chaotic ending!

Group D final standings
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18:55 BST - FULL-TIME! Austria pull off a huge victory against the Netherlands, winning 3-2 on their way to the top of Group D! They win the entire group while the Netherlands end up third.

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18:55 BST - FULL-TIME! France can only manage a 1-1 draw against Poland after Lewandowski's late penalty - meaning they finish second in the group.

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18:38 BST - GOAL AUSTRIA! What an incredible series of events in Group D. Marcel Sabitzer restores their lead for the third time today and they currently sit top of the group!

18:38 BST - GOAL POLAND! The referee has ordered a retake after an infringement and this time Lewandowski makes no mistake!

18:37 BST - PENALTY MISSED BY POLAND! Mike Maignan pulls off a wonderful save to deny Robert Lewandowski from the spot!

18:35 BST - GOAL NETHERLANDS! It's all happening now in Group D - the Netherlands equalise against Austria through Memphis Depay after a lengthy VAR check.


18:17 BST - GOAL! Austria retake the lead against the Netherlands through Romano Schmid! His header deflects in off of a Dutch defender - his first goal for Austria.

18:15 BST - GOAL FRANCE! Mbappe converts from the spot to give them the lead against Poland - now they top the group!


18:04 BST - GOAL! Cody Gakpo levels for the Netherlands right at the start of the second half - they move back to the top of Group D.

17:49 BST - Half-time in both games. Just the one goal so far as Malen puts one into his own net to give Austria the lead against the Netherlands.

Goalless between France and Poland. As it stands, Austria are going through as group winners!

17:35 BST - Little to report since Austria's early goal as both matches head towards half-time.

France have had a little more of the ball than Poland but nothing to show for it so far.

17:08 BST - GOAL! Austria have a surprise lead over the Netherlands - Donyell Malen turns the ball into his own net and top spot is slipping away.

17:00 BST - We're underway in the final two games of Group D!

16:50 BST - We'll have kick-off in both games in around 10 minutes; stick with us for all the key updates.

16:00 BST - Kylian Mbappe is back in the starting team for France as they look to win Group D - it's expected he will wear a protective mask.

15:58 BST - The line-ups are in for the final two matches in Group D! We'll be bringing you all the key updates from both fixtures.

France v Poland - follow live.


Netherlands v Austria - follow live.


15:05 BST - Lastly for the video previews, here's one for England's match with Slovenia. The Three Lions are already through and a win will confirm them as group winners.

Match preview

14:10 BST - Denmark and Serbia face each other in Group C tonight, both without a win but still in with a chance of making the last-16. Three points for either side will likely see them advance, while a draw would still be good enough for the Danes as long as Slovenia don't beat England.

Check out our preview here:

Match preview

12:41 BST - We've also got a video preview for France's clash with Poland. The French are already through and Poland are already out, but it should still be an entertaining affair regardless!

Match preview

12:00 BST - Take a look at the first of four video previews for today's games - first up is Netherlands v Austria. The Dutch are already through but could still top the group, while Austria need a point to likely secure their spot in the knockouts. 

Match preview

10:45 BST - Here's a look at how each group shapes up heading into the final matches later today:

Group C:

Group C standings
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Group D:

Group D standings
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09:27 BST - Good morning and welcome back to our Football Tracker! We'll be bringing you plenty of Euro 2024 coverage today as both Group C and Group D conclude - including England's final match against Slovenia.

The Three Lions are already through to the last-16 but will still want to pick up three points and top their group.

Our schedule today looks like this:

France v Poland - 17:00

Netherlands v Austria - 17:00

Denmark v Serbia - 20:00

England v Slovenia - 20:00

Monday, June 24th

23:01 BST - Thanks for joining us tonight, we'll be back tomorrow for another classic England "pretend we're rubbish" masterclass. Good night!

22:57 BST - Luka Modric said Italy's last-gasp equaliser was a "cruel" way for Croatia to be pushed to the brink of elimination from Euro 2024.

"We kept battling right until the end but unfortunately football was merciless with us tonight," said Modric.

Read more here.

Modric against Italy
Modric against ItalyAFP / Opta by Stats Perform

22:45 BST - Alessandro Bastoni had an excellent game at the back for Italy tonight.

Alessandro Bastoni
Alessandro BastoniAFP / Opta by Stats Perform

22:34 BST - Another workman-like display from Luka Modric in what may be his swan song in a Croatia shirt.

Modric heat map
Modric heat mapAFP / Opta by Stats Perform

22:11 BST - Those results also mean England are now definitely into the last 16 as they would be one of the best third-place finishers, regardless of tomorrow's game.

France and the Netherlands have also gone through.

Read more here.

Group B
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22:09 BST - Croatia are heading out unless England beat Slovenia by three or more goals in their match tomorrow. 

Meanwhile, Italy will play Switzerland on Saturday in the last 16.

21:59 BST - FULL-TIME: It's all over, what a finish!

Italy finish second in the group while Croatia are left clinging on to hopes of third being enough.

Read our full report.

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21:56 BST - GOAL! A massive finish as Italy find a late equaliser!

Mattia Zaccagni shows off his superb ability as he volleys the ball from inside the box into the right side of the target. It's 1-1!

21:54 BST - FULL-TIME: Spain keep up their 100 per cent record with a routine 1-0 win over Albania.

Read our full report here.

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21:39 BST - Luka Modric is substituted to a standing ovation from the stadium.

He's now the oldest goalscorer ever in the Euros at the ripe old age of 38 years and 289 days. Legend.

21:38 BST - Spain are still a goal up and not looking in any trouble against Albania, who are definitely heading out right now.

It's been all Italy since they've conceded against Croatia.


21:17 BST - Croatia now leapfrog Italy into second in the group, as it stands...

21:13 BST - GOAL! Croatia keep up the pressure and force Donnarumma into another brilliant point-blank save, before Modric picks up on the rebound to hammer his side ahead.

21:12 BST - PENALTY SAVED! Modric fluffs his lines but it's a fantastic save from Gianluigi Donnarumma.

21:11 BST - PENALTY GIVEN! It's harsh but the ball definitely hits an arm, so captain Modric steps up to take a huge penalty for Croatia...

21:10 BST - PENALTY SHOUT: VAR is checking a handball against Italy...

The referee is heading to the monitor...

21:03 BST - We're back for the final 45 minutes in Group B.

20:50 BST - As it stands, Italy will finish second and Croatia third in the group.

20:46 BST - It's half-time in both games, with the only goal coming in the Albania v Spain match:

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20:27 BST - It's a competitive start between Italy and Croatia, but no goals yet.

Italy are looking the most likely so far, especially with set-piece opportunities.


20:14 BST - GOAL! Spain are looking hot once more and they take an early lead against Albania through Ferran Torres.

It gives Croatia a bit of space in third in the group as it stands.

19:57 BST - Here we go then! Group B comes to a head tonight; follow all the action with our live audio commentary, or simply stick with us here in the Tracker.

19:42 BST - Luka Modric earns his 178th cap for Croatia tonight - his first coming back in 2006.

19:37 BST - Bit of a luxury for the Spain camp tonight.

They're already through to the last 16 and have made 10 changes to their starting XI against Albania tonight.

19:17 BST - Spain have already secured first place in Group B and a spot in the knockout stages. 

Italy just need a draw against Croatia to join them, but a loss combined with an Albanian win over Spain knocks them out.

Albania can snatch second if they upset Spain and Croatia beat Italy, though a big margin of victory for Croatia over Italy could see them leapfrog Albania even with an Albanian win.

Croatia can also grab the runner-up spot with a win over Italy as long as Albania don't pull off a surprise against Spain. 

Third will likely be enough to progress but it won't be clear for another couple of days.

18:58 BST - Line-ups are in for both of tonight's fixtures:

Croatia v Italy - follow live.


Albania v Spain - follow live.


17:16 BST - Spain manager Luis de la Fuente has insisted his side are a long way from the legendary teams of 2008, 2010 and 2012 - despite their fast start at Euro 2024.

"We know we have a lot of room for improvement, even if we feel we are doing something right.

"We are a long way from reaching the level of the Spain teams that were champions, but we are optimistic and confident."

Read more here.

15:10 BST - A reminder of how Group B looks heading into this evening's matches.

Group B standings
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13:35 BST - Italy's Gianluigi Donnarumma and Croatia's Dominik Livakovic have excelled between the sticks so far at Euro 2024 - both will need to be at their best in tonight's game:

11:50 BST - We've got a couple of video previews for you to enjoy ahead of tonight's fixtures:

Croatia v Italy

Match preview

Albania v Spain

Match preview

10:50 BST - The Hungarian Football Federation have offered an update on the health of Barnabas Varga, who suffered a nasty head injury against Scotland last night.

"Multiple bones in Barnabas Varga were broken during the collision and he also suffered a concussion," the Hungarian Football Federation (MLSZ) wrote on X in the early hours of Monday.

"He will most likely undergo surgery."

Read more here.

Kevin Csoboth celebrates as he holds up the shirt of Barnabas Varga
Kevin Csoboth celebrates as he holds up the shirt of Barnabas VargaAFP

10:14 BST - Our friends at Opta Data Insights have helped us to take a look at Italy's crunch clash against Croatia, with the winner taking second place in Group B and securing a spot in the last 16.

We've looked at how the nations have fared in front of goal so far, Italy's solid defence and Croatia's attacking threat from the left-hand side.

Read more here.

09:13 BST - Good morning and welcome back to our Football Tracker!

Scotland crashed out of Group A last night, but today the attention turns to the final fixtures in Group B as the group winners Spain face Albania while Italy and Croatia go head-to-head for a second-place finish.

Both matches kick off at 20:00 and we'll bring you all the key updates.

Sunday, June 23rd

22:43 BST - We'll leave you with an update on the health of Varga - who was stretchered off after a nasty collision with Gunn - and the final standings of Group A.

The Hungarian Football Federation have confirmed that Varga is in a stable condition and has been taken to a hospital in Stuttgart; excellent news after a worrying injury.

Elsewhere, Germany's draw with Switzerland means they top the group while the Swiss come second, Hungary take third place and Scotland crash out in fourth.

Thank you for joining us this evening and we'll be back again tomorrow!

Group A final standings
Group A final standingsFlashscore

22:30 BST - A dejected Andrew Robertson speaks to BBC Sport after Scotland's late defeat:

Robertson quote
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22:20 BST - A classic counter-attack from Hungary sealed Scotland's fate - Csoboth nets after the ball ends up with him from a Scottish corner.

Csoboth v Scotland
Csoboth v ScotlandOpta by StatsPerform / AFP

22:15 BST - Away from Scotland's exit, Germany netted a late goal of their own through Fullkrug to confirm their spot at the top of Group A:

Fullkrug v Switzerland
Fullkrug v SwitzerlandOpta by StatsPerform / AFP

22:12 BST - Take a look at our full match reports from both games:

Switzerland 1-1 Germany

Scotland 0-1 Hungary

21:58 BST - FULL-TIME! Hungary win with virtually the last kick of the game and Scotland are out of Euro 2024. Stay tuned for all the reaction.

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21:57 BST - GOAL! Hungary score in the 100th minute to send Scotland crashing out of Euro 2024! Unbelievable from the Hungarians right at the death!

Kevin Csoboth nets right at the end of the match to crush Scotland's Euro 2024 campaign.

21:53 BST - FULL-TIME! Germany's late equaliser means they go through as the winners of Group A. Fullkrug rescues them in a 1-1 draw against Switzerland.

Match stats
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21:49 BST - GOAL! Germany equalise right at the death through Niclas Fullkrug to send them back to the top of Group A!

21:47 BST - That earlier stoppage means 10 minutes have been added on at the end - can Scotland find a winner?

Elsewhere, Switzerland still lead Germany.

21:30 BST - Huge applause around the stadium as Varga is stretchered away - we hope it isn't as serious as it looks. TV cameras were directed away from the scene and the player has been shielded from the view of fans as he leaves the pitch. 

VAR also confirms no penalty for the Hungarians and the game is back underway.

Varga receives treatment
Varga receives treatmentAFP

21:29 BST - There has been a huge collision in the Scotland game involving goalkeeper Angus Gunn - the stretcher is on and Hungary are surrounding the injured Barnabas Varga to keep the issue out of view. A big concern growing in the stadium.

VAR are also checking for a potential penalty for Hungary.

21:03 BST - We're back underway in both games - Scotland have 45 minutes remaining to give themselves the best possible chance of a third-place qualification.

20:47 BST - Half-time in both Group A games - as it stands the Swiss top the group while Hungary are going out, with the Germans second and Scotland third.

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20:28 BST - GOAL! Things could get interesting now... Switzerland lead 1-0 against Germany! Dan Ndoye converts to send the Swiss to the top of the group.

Scotland are still level against Hungary - although they would have needed a huge goal swing in their favour to reach the top two. As it stands, their hopes of moving on to the last 16 rest on being one of the best third-placed sides. They currently have just two points but a win would put them in a very promising position.

20:18 BST - NO GOAL! Andrich's strike is ruled out by VAR for offside.

20:17 BST - GOAL! Germany take an early lead through Robert Andrich. They're going through as group winners as things stand.

20:02 BST - We're underway in the final two games in Group A!

19:46 BST - Both of tonight's games will get underway in just under 15 minutes - stick with us for the key updates from both.

18:57 BST - The line-ups are in for both of this evening's games!

Scotland v Hungary - follow live.


Switzerland v Germany - follow live.


18:25 BST - Security has been upped at Euro 2024 after a series of pitch invasions during Portugal's game against Turkey - with several fans trying to get close to legendary footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.

Read more here.

17:07 BST - Germany manager Julien Nagelsmann has ruled out making lots of changes to his side tonight despite already confirming their spot in the last 16 - stating that topping the group is their main aim.

"I do think it is important to have as many players from the starting 11 on the pitch so that we stay in the rhythm," he said.

"Do not expect to have seven changes to the team. I can rule that out now."

Read more here.

16:35 BST - Scotland midfielder John McGinn has been completely clear on what tonight's game means to him:

"Hopefully one of us will be a hero," said McGinn. "Don't really care if it's an own goal or deflection or anything, we'll take whatever comes.

"It would mean everything really (to get through)."

Read more here.

McGinn quote
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16:05 BST - Here's a video for Germany's match against Switzerland:

Match preview

14:18 BST - Take a look at our video preview for Scotland's huge clash with Hungary:

Match preview

13:17 BST - Good afternoon and welcome to our Football Tracker! We'll be bringing you all the key updates from the final round of group stage fixtures this week, starting with the conclusion of Group A tonight.

Scotland face Hungary, while hosts Germany - who are already through - go against Switzerland who have likely sealed at least second place barring a huge swing in goal difference.

The Scots can still make it into the knockout rounds as one of the best third-placed teams with either a win or a draw, but a win would put them in a far better position. They could also reach second but would need a six-goal swing in their favour.

Both games kick off at 20:00.

Group A standings
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