Euro 2012 TV Schedule: Matches That Will Be Thrilling from Start to Finish

Ted LeeCorrespondent IJune 23, 2012

GDANSK, POLAND - JUNE 22:  Philipp Lahm of Germany celebrates scoring their first goal with Jerome Boateng during the UEFA EURO 2012 quarter final match between Germany and Greece at The Municipal Stadium on June 22, 2012 in Gdansk, Poland.  (Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images)
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Euro 2012 has been nothing short of spectacular, and with quarterfinals underway and semifinals coming up, the excitement adds with each game. 

There have been many exciting games, from Germany and Greece, to Sweden and France. There have been teams that you just have to watch too, being Germany, Portugal, Spain and even Sweden. The stars of countries have came to play, making the tournament even more exciting and even more of a reason to watch every game. 

With upcoming quarterfinal and after semifinal games, which will be the ones to watch?


England vs. Italy, June 24, 2:45 p.m.

England and Italy aren't two of the best teams in the tournament. They are however, evenly matched, and both teams want to make a statement. This quarterfinal game will be more exciting than the other remaining game of Spain vs. France because it will be competitive from start to finish, while Spain vs. France will just be a rout.

England and Italy have shown this Euro 2012 that they are capable of scoring. Look for this match to be back and forth for 90 minutes, with more than three goals scored.


Portugal vs. Spain/France, June 27, 2:45 p.m.

The semifinal game of Portugal and the winner of Spain and France will sure to be thrilling. Portugal has been a fun team to watch in this tournament, with star player Christiano Ronaldo producing three goals so far.

WARSAW, POLAND - JUNE 21:  Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal celebrates victory and progress to the semi-finals during the UEFA EURO 2012 quarter final match between Czech Republic and Portugal at The National Stadium on June 21, 2012 in Warsaw, Poland.  (Pho
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If Portugal is playing Spain, look for it to be thrilling from start to finish. If France plays the excitement level won't be different, with France trying to keep up and play harder than Portugal. This semifinal game will be helped by Portugal's exciting offense with Ronaldo.


Germany vs. England/Italy, June 28, 2:45 p.m.

The most exciting team in Euro 2012 so far, Germany has been the team to watch in this tournament. Their offensive firepower is put on display every game and it leaves fans that watch their games in awe. Their match against Greece was one of the highlights of this Euro 2012, scoring four goals in dominating fashion.

Regardless of the team they face, Germany is just a team you have to watch. The semifinal game will also motivate the winner of England/Italy to play better and match up against Germany. If that does, look for excitement through out all 90 minutes.

Euro 2012 has been a must-see event, with teams and players exciting the fans worldwide. These matchups will make the tournament even more exciting and will make Euro 2012 that much better.