Wales will face Denmark in the Round of 16 at Euro 2020 after finishing as runners-up in Group A.

Even before their defeat against Italy on Sunday, Wales had qualified for the Round of 16. The Dragons picked up four points from their first two games to progress to the knockout stage before their final game in Group A. Even though they were beaten by Italy, Rob Page will be pleased with the resolve his side showed. They had to play the final half an hour a man down after the sending off of Ethan Ampadu, but still only conceded a single goal.

Connor Roberts celebrates scoring against Turkey for Wales.

Who do Wales play next at Euro 2020?

And their reward is a meeting with Denmark after they progressed in dramatic style by hitting four past Russia in Group B on Monday. The Danes simply had too much for Russia at the Parken Stadium, just nine days after teammate Christian Eriksen collapsed on the same pitch in their opening game against Finland.

Players of Denmark celebrate in front of their fans. 

How are Wales through to the knockout stages at Euro 2020?

Saturday, June 12: Wales 1-1 Switzerland
Wednesday, June 16: Turkey 0-2 Wales
Sunday, June 20: Italy 1-0 Wales

How can I watch Wales vs Denmark at Euro 2020?

The Euro 2020 Round of 16 will be broadcast in the UK between BBC and ITV. In this case, Wales against Denmark will be broadcast on the BBC.

Wales v Denmark (5pm, Johan Cruyff Arena) BBC One / S4C / BBC iPlayer

Aaron Ramsey of Wales scores against Turkey.

Can Welsh fans travel to Amsterdam?

The Netherlands currently bars non-essential visitors from the UK, making it impossible for fans of Wales to attend on Saturday. In contrast, if you’re a fan arriving from Denmark, you can stay in the country for less than twelve hours as part of an exemption to the entry rules for residents of the European Union and Schengen Area.

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Article by Sam Straw