Everything You Need To Know About The Euro 2022 Quarter-Finals

We've got you covered as Euro 2022 begins to really heat up
12:05, 19 Jul 2022

The Euro 2022 quarter-finalists have been confirmed and, like the weather, things are really starting to heat up, with four sizzling last-eight fixtures to look forward to this week. Here’s everything you need to know… 

England vs Spain

When: Wednesday 20th July 

Where: Amex Stadium, Brighton

The Lionesses were in scintillating form in the group stages, firing in a record 14 goals without reply. However, pre-tournament favorites Spain are without a doubt their biggest test yet and they have lost just one of their last 26 outings. England left back Demi Stokes could be fit to return for this game, after missing the Northern Ireland match with a knee injury. Manager Sarina Wiegman could also return to the sideline having missed the final group stage tie due to Covid-19.

Last Meeting: England 0-0 Spain (20/02/22)

Match Stat: England won 100% of their group stage games for the second consecutive UEFA Women’s Euros 

England to win & both teams to score is 16/5 with Betfred*

Germany vs Austria

When: Thursday 21st July 

Where: Brentford Community Stadium, Brentford 

Germany will be looking to maintain their 100% Euro 2022 record when they take on Austria on Thursday, having breezed through the group stages. 2017 semi-finalists Austria will be huge underdogs against Die Nationalelf, but there’s quality within the side that can cause Germany problems - particularly striker Nicole Billa who notched her 44th international goal against Norway.

Last Meeting: Germany 3-1 Austria (06/10/18)

Match Stat: Germany won each of their three group stage matches without conceding a single goal

Germany to win to nil is EVS with Betfred*

Sweden vs Belgium

When: Friday 22nd July 

Where: Leigh Sports Village, Leigh

Group C table-toppers Sweden are in familiar territory in the Euros quarter-finals, having reached the last eight stage in all 13 previous iterations of the tournaments. In stark contrast, opponents Belgium are in the knockout stages for the first time.

Last Meeting: Belgium 1-4 Sweden (28/10/09)

Match Stat: Kosovare Asllani has registered six assists in 12 appearances over the last three UEFA Women’s Euros tournaments, twice as many as any other player.

France vs Netherlands

When: Saturday 23rd July 

Where: New York Stadium, Rotherham 

These two giants have history in the last eight, having met at this stage in 2009 which the Netherlands triumphed in via penalties after a goalless draw in Finland. Neither side has been beaten yet this time around, although they haven’t kept a clean sheet either. This one has potential for fireworks. 

Last Meeting: France 3-1 Netherlands (22/02/22)

Match Stat: France finished the group phase of the Euros undefeated for the third time in a row

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