Sixteen teams entered, only eight remain: we’re on to the Euro 2022 quarter-finals. After a series of twists and turns in the group stages – as well as a couple of teams flying through in fine form – who will make it to the tournament’s final four?

England vs Spain, Wednesday 20th July, 20:00 kick-off

England boast a 100% record, are the tournament’s top-scorers by a wide margin and are yet to concede. Yet, Spain represent a stiff challenge and will do their best to keep the ball away from the Lionesses’ deadly midfield and attack. Even without their injured stars Jenni Hermoso and Alexia Putellas, this should be England’s toughest game yet. We have the Lionesses at 5/6 to win this quarter-final – check out our in-depth match preview here.

Germany vs Austria, Thursday 21st July, 20:00 kick-off

The talk around Germany heading into Euro 2022 was that this was a team in transition, and that expectations should be lowered. So much for that: Germany were the only side apart from England to win all three of their group games and are currently joint-favourites to win the whole thing.

However, Austria’s counter-attacking style will keep Germany on their toes. So too their experiences of reaching the semi-finals at Euro 2017, and the knowledge that Germany have been knocked out in the quarters of their last two major tournaments.

That said, Germany have greater quality on and off the ball, even without Lea Schuller who may still be out by the time this game kicks off. Austria are currently 10/1 to win in 90 minutes, and will have to contain Alexandra Popp to do so. Popp scored in every group game and is 4/1 to score first with our Top Price Guarantee.

Sweden vs Belgium, Friday 22nd July, 20:00 kick-off

Sweden finished ahead of Netherlands in a tough Group C, and enter the quarter-finals in electric form after a 5-0 hammering of Portugal in the previous game. Stina Blackstenius got her first goal of the tournament in that game and will be key to Sweden’s chances in the quarter-final, although much of her country’s success has come from their strength in depth. Hanna Bennison has impressed off the bench, while Kosovare Asllani is a constant threat on the ball.

Belgium, on the other hand, won just a single game in their group: beating Italy 1-0 in their final fixture. The Red Flames are undoubtedly on the up after making their tournament debut at Euro 2017, but are 9/2 to get past Sweden and into the semis. We have Sweden as the favourites to progress, and 9/2 to go on and win the Euros for the first time since 1984.

France vs Netherlands, Saturday 23rd July, 20:00 kick-off

The Euro 2022 quarter-finals may have saved the best for last in France vs Netherlands. It’s a match-up between recent pedigree – Netherlands were the Euro 2017 champions – and breath-taking potential, as France have perhaps the most explosive attack in the whole of Europe.

The Dutch struggled with injury and form during the group stages, but still went unbeaten and expect to have star attacker Vivianne Miedema back in the squad for the France game. Netherlands are 9/4 to progress from what’s sure to be an end-to-end encounter. The return of Miedema will give them a huge boost, and the Arsenal forward is 13/2 to open the scoring.

France were rocked by the injury to one of their key players, Marie-Antoinette Katoto, but her team-mates have flashed their quality too. Onema Grace Geyoro bagged a hat-trick in their thrashing of Italy and is 13/5 to score anytime, while Delphine Cascarino smashed in arguably the goal of the tournament in that game and is 13/2 to get the first against Netherlands.