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Slovakia v Romania: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

With every team in Group E earning one win from their opening two games ,it's very much all to play for when Slovakia and Romania meet in Frankfurt on Wednesday.

Both teams know victory would send them into the knockouts, while a draw might be enough for progression as well, as long as Belgium and Ukraine don't also play out a stalemate.

It is game on at the Waldstadion, with Slovakia 11/5 to win and Romania priced at 11/4. The stalemate is trading as low as 11/10 given the nature of the Group E table.

Slovakia v Romania

How to watch Slovakia v Romania and TV channel

Slovakia v Romania is available to watch on BBC2, BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

Slovakia v Romania kick-off time, date and venue

Slovakia v Romania is set to kick off at 17:00 BST on Wednesday 26th June at the Waldstadion, Frankfurt, in the German state of Hesse.

Slovakia v Romania stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

Euro 2024 has seen both nations win once and lose once so far, leaving them with every chance of progression from a very close Group E.

Slovakia stunned Belgium in their opening game, scoring early through Ivan Schranz and holding on to that lead. The same player gave them an advantage against Ukraine, but they were eventually turned over in a 2-1 reverse.

After a convincing 3-0 success against Ukraine in Munich, Romania were outclassed by Belgium in Cologne on Saturday, losing 2-0.

These two nations have met eight times before and three of their four meetings this century have ended in draws, although the most recent of those was back in 2013.

Slovakia v Romania head-to-head record (H2H)

Slovakia wins




Romania wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions

Slovakia v Romania team news

Slovakia team news

Manager Francesco Calzona has named the same starting XI for both of Slovakia's games in the tournament and, with no injury concerns reported, is unlikely to deviate far from those names.

Newcastle keeper Martin Dubravka has impressed so far, while Slavia Prague forward Schranz will aim to score for the third game running.

Romania team news

Valentin Mihaila earned a start for Romania against Belgium, taking the place of Florinel Coman in midfield.

Rangers midfielder Ianis Hagi has appeared off the bench in both games so far and may have a part to play again, with no major injury worries reported from the Romanian camp.

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