Euro 2020 starts on Friday when Turkey takes on Italy in the opening game of the tournament.

Manchester United players begin their engagement the next day, and before the tournament, we’ve put together a handy guide to every group stage game you need to know.

Saturday June 12th: Group A, Wales v Switzerland, 2pm (Baku)

Dan James’ Wales will be looking to get their tournament off to a successful start. Dylan Levitt could also be involved.

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Sunday June 13th: Group D, England v Croatia, 2pm (Wembley)

Marcus Rashford and Luke Shaw are in the running for England. Harry Maguire is unlikely to be back from injury while Dean Henderson will be on the bench.

Monday June 14th: Two games with United players.

Group D, Scotland v Czech Republic, 2pm (Hampden)

Scott McTominay will be a starter for Scotland in his first major tournament game since 1998.

Group E, Spain v Sweden, 8pm (Seville)

The first intra-Manchester United game. David de Gea’s Spain meets Victor Lindelof’s Sweden. Ex-United star Zlatan will lead the line.

Tuesday June 15th: Two games with United players.

Group F: Hungary v Portugal, 6pm (Budapest)

Bruno Fernandes will try to set an example at the tournament in Portugal’s opening game. Hungary have a home advantage for the game which gives them extra flavor.

Group F, France v Germany, 8pm (Munich)

Paul Pogba’s French score away in a huge game against Germany that is worth a final.

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Wednesday June 16: Group A, Turkey v Wales, 5pm (Baku)

Dan James’ Wales will play his second group stage game to build on the success of 2016.

Friday June 19th: Two games with United players.

Group E, Sweden v Slovakia, 2pm (St. Petersburg).

Victor Lindelof’s Swedes are favorites to win this game and may need a win if they are defeated in the opener against Spain.

Group D: England v Scotland, 8pm (Wembley).

This is the first major tournament match between England and Scotland since 1996 in which Manchester United players face each other.

Scott McTominay will face his United teammates and Harry Maguire will be desperate to come back from injury for this game.

Saturday June 19th: Three games with United players.

Group F: Hungary v France, 2pm (Budapest)

France is expected to win this game from Paul Pogba, but Hungary’s home advantage means it may not go smoothly.

Group F: Portugal v Germany, 5pm (Munich)

Bruno Fernandes can show that he is a real big player by leading Portugal to an away win in Germany. It’s easier said than done, and this should be a great game.

Group E: Spain v Poland, 8pm (Seville)

If he is selected in goal, David de Gea will have to try to expel Robert Lewandowski.

Bruno Fernandes can show that he is a real big player by leading Portugal to an away win in Germany. (Photo by Hugo Amaral / SOPA Images / LightRocket via Getty Images)

Sunday June 20th: Group A: Italy v Wales, 5pm, (Rome)

The toughest duel between Wales and Dan James comes last when they travel to Italy to make a famous surprise.

Tuesday, June 22nd: Two games with United players.

Group D: England v Czech Republic, 5pm, (Wembley)

England want to end the group stage with a win and secure a place in the knockout round. Marcus Rashford should play a role in attack, as should transfer target Jadon Sancho.

Group D: Scotland v Croatia, 5pm, (Hampden)

Scotland will lose out but home advantage will work in their favor. Scott McTominay will face Luka Modric.

Scotland will lose out but home advantage will work in their favor.  Scott McTominay will face Luka Modric.(Photo by Mario Hommes / DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Wednesday June 23rd: Three games with United players.

Group E: Spain v Slovakia, 5pm (Sevilla)

In the last group game for David de Geas Spain they will sign off and try to keep a clean sheet.

Group E: Sweden v Poland, 5pm, (St. Petersburg)

Victor Lindelof will try to keep Robert Lewandowski calm. It won’t be easy and the winner should qualify for the knockout round.

Group F: France v Portugal, 8pm (Budapest)

Save the best until last. It’s Bruno Fernandes against Paul Pogba on neutral pitch in a rematch of the 2016 European Championship final.

Hopefully something will be borne out of this game and the two teams show strong points.

The knockout phases begin on Saturday, June 26th.

Manchester United players at Euro 2020

  1. Marcus Rashford, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, Dean Henderson

    England

  2. Scott McTominay

    Scotland

  3. Bruno Fernandes

    Portugal

  4. Paul Pogba

    France

  5. David De Gea

    Spain

  6. Dan James, Dylan Levit

    Wales

  7. Victor Lindelof

    Sweden

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