Italy and Spain meet in the first Euro 2020 semi-final in what promises to be one of the most attractive games of the tournament.
It means the nations have played in four consecutive editions of the European Championship, with one draw and one victory apiece in the last three meetings.
Italy have been one of the most impressive teams in the tournament and are hoping to win the Euros for the first time since 1968.
A Spain triumph would be their third since 2008.
When is Spain vs Italy?
The game is on Tuesday July 6.
What time is kick off?
The match gets under way at 8pm BST.
What TV channel is it on?
The final schedule is still being finalised but it will be on either BBC One or ITV1. Alternatively, you can bookmark this page and return on the night to follow the action on our dedicated live blog.
Latest Spain and Italy team news
Italy will be without left-back and key attacking outlet Leonardo Spinazzola who suffered a serious injury against Belgium and left the field in tears on a stretcher. Giorgio Chiellini returned from injury against Belgium and will continue alongside Leonardo Bonucci at the back. Italy have no suspension concerns. Lorenzo Pellegrini and Stefano Sensi were ruled out before the start of the tournament.
Spain’s only long-term injury absentee is Ansu Fati. They will need to cover from two periods of extra time in the knockout stages, though.