Who will Wales play in Euro 2020 knockout stage? Date, venue, kick-off time and opposition

Wales secured qualification for the knockout stage despite losing 1-0 against Italy

A battling 1-0 defeat against Italy ensured Wales progressed to the knockout stage of Euro 2020.

Wales went down to a 1-0 defeat to Italy in Rome on Sunday but finished second in Group A, above Switzerland on goal difference.

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Ethan Ampadu was shown a straight red card in the second half and Wales played the final 35 minutes at the Stadio Olimpico with 10 men.

Wales' coach Robert Page celebrates with forward Gareth Baleafter the Italy game in which they secured qualification from Group A.

They were able to keep the Italians at bay, however, to progress to the next stage.

Who will Wales play in the knockout stages?

Wales, who reached the semi-finals of the last European Championship in France five years ago, will now play the runners-up of Group B – probably Denmark, Finland or Russia.

Russia play Denmark and Belgium take on Finland on Monday, both at 8pm.

Belgium top Group B with six points, with Russia and Finland both on three points. Denmark have yet to pick up a point. However, if they beat Russia, and Belgium beat Finland, it will go down to goal difference and head to head results.

Where will the game be held?

The match will take place in Amsterdam on Saturday, with a 5pm kick-off.

Will Ethan Ampadu be able to play? Will Wales appeal?

Ampadu was shown a straight red card for his late challenge on Federico Bernardeschi on Sunday.

Chelsea defender Ampadu will be suspended for the round of 16 tie and interim Wales boss Robert Page felt the red card was “harsh”.

Page said: “Of course Ethan is disappointed. He’s a young lad and he wants to be part of this major tournament. This will hamper that.

“I haven’t seen it back but I thought it was a harsh decision at the time. I thought it might have been a yellow.”

The red card was reviewed by VAR at the time meaning any appeal is unlikely to be accepted.