The group stage of Euro 2020 is completed and dusted however cautioned gamers should nonetheless watch out as we get set for the knockout section.
The group stage ran from Friday, June 11 to Wednesday, June 23 with the knockout matches beginning the next Saturday.
With video games coming thick and quick, gamers should be cautious when choosing up yellow playing cards as they may discover themselves suspended for the following sport in the event that they choose up too many.
The 24 certified groups will all play three group stage video games with the highest two progressing whereas the 4 greatest third positioned groups may even make it via.
Fortunately, yellow playing cards reset for the groups who do make it in the direction of the latter levels of the match – however what number of yellow playing cards end in a suspension and when do they get whipped out?
What number of yellow playing cards end in a suspension?
Based on UEFA’s Article 52, a participant is suspended for the following match after choosing up two yellow playing cards in two totally different matches.
A participant may even be suspended in the event that they choose up a fourth warning in 4 totally different matches.
A pink card leads to an automated one-match suspension at any time all through the match.
When do yellow playing cards reset?
Single cautions in Euro 2020 will reset on completion of the quarter-finals of the match.
The yellow playing cards won’t be carried ahead into the semi-finals.
All cautions and pending yellow-card suspensions in Euro 2020 will expire as soon as the match is full.
Euro 2020 fixtures
Here is who performs who within the final 16…
Wales vs Denmark (5pm, Saturday June 26, Amsterdam)
Italy vs Austria (8pm, Saturday June 26, London)
Netherlands vs Czech Republic (5pm, Sunday June 27, Budapest)
Belgium vs Portugal (8pm, Sunday June 27, Seville)
Croatia vs Spain (5pm, Monday June 28, Copenhagen)
France vs Switzerland (8pm, Monday June 28, Bucharest)
England vs Germany (5pm, Tuesday June 29, London)
Sweden vs Ukraine (8pm, Tuesday June 29, Glasgow)