The roster of teams to rumble in the Round of 16 at the ongoing Euro Championships is now complete with the clash between former champions Italy and Spain arguably the pick of the bunch
Among the eye-popping Round of 16 ties will also be the British Derby; the second in this tournament.
Others are Croatia-Portugal, Germany-Slovakia and France-Republic of Ireland too.
The first knockout duel sees Switzerland take on Poland in Saint-Etienne (13.00 GMT).
Paris will be the battle ground to determine who wins the British derby between Wales and Northern Ireland, then a tasty Croatia v Portugal in Lens later that evening.
On Sunday France welcome the Republic of Ireland to the Stade de Lyon in the early kick-off.
Germany are the opponents for Marek Hamsik’s Slovakia in Lille.
Belgium who ended up as runners-up in Italy’s group are paired with Hungary who ended up as the surprise Group F winners, in Toulouse.
On Monday Italy and Spain go head-to-head at the Stade de France in Paris, a repeat of the Euro 2012 Final, at (16.00 GMT).
The final knockout round will see the Three Lions take on Iceland who are at the moment been handled by ex-Eagles Coach Lars Largerback.
The game will take place in Nice, as the Scandinavians continue their fairy tale run in what is their first major tournament.