TV Guide: Where to catch your football this week
Wondering where to get your football fix this week? Look no further than Goal India's comprehensive TV guide
|Monday, 27 June
9:30 PM - 11:30 PM - Euro Cup 2016 : Round of 16 : Italy vs. Spain [LIVE on Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD]
|Tuesday, 28 June
12:30 AM - 2:30 AM - Euro Cup 2016 : Round of 16 : England vs. Iceland [LIVE on Sony ESPN and Sony ESPN HD]
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SPAIN: La Roja lacking Italy's unity
The defending champions were rocked by the defeat in their last group game and morale is not at its highest as they prepare for their last-16 meeting with Antonio Conte's men
AZZURRI: Italy have the real BBC
The star-studded Real Madrid trio have become synonymous with the acronym but the brilliant backline of Juventus and Italy have been earning rave reviews for far longer
ICELAND: Secret behind the miracle
Their qualification for the last-16 is one of sport's great underdog stories but it is the result of a collective and youth-oriented football programme put in place 15 years ago
VOTE: Is Messi better than Maradona?
Cast your vote to decide between the two finest Argentine football players of all time as Goal gears up for the 30th anniversary of Diego's World Cup win
Bale wins Battle of Brexit as Wales dump Northern Ireland
The Real Madrid winger forced the only goal of a tense and evenly disputed match to send his side through to the last eight of a major tournament for the first time since 1958