Euro 2020: Wembley given extra last-16 tie – which could involve England

Wembley will host both semi-finals, and the final on 11 JulyWembley has been offered an extra Euro 2020 last-16 tie – which could involve England – after Dublin lost its four games because of Covid-19 issues.Bilbaos four games have been relocated to fellow Spanish city Seville, while Munich will keep the fixtures it is down to host.Dublins 3 group video games have gone to St Petersburg and its last-16 knockout match will be at Wembley.The last-16 tie will feature the winner of Group D, that includes England.Englands group also features Scotland, Croatia and the Czech Republic, and whoever completes top will play the second-placed Group F team on 29 June.More to follow.