Poland vs Portugal:
Portugal captain Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking to add to his 2 goals and 2 assists while his Polish counterpart Robert Lewandowski is still to get off the mark in France. Teenage midfielder Bartosz Kapustka will be back in contention for Adam Nawalka’s side, having served a 1-match suspension in the previous round.
Wales vs Belgium:
Wales head into the match on the back of a 1-0 win over UK rivals Northern Ireland. Wales managed just 1 shot on target and failed to win a second corner. West Brom’s Gareth McCauley’s second-half own goal was enough to send Wales through to the last eight.
Thomas Vermaelen will miss the match through suspension after picking up his second yellow card of the tournament against Hungary. The centre-back is likely to be replaced by Jason Denayer or Laurent Ciman. Alternatively, Marc Wilmots could opt to move Jan Vertonghen to centre-back, with Jordan Lukaku replacing him at full-back.
Germany vs Italy:
Both Manuel Neuer and Gianluigi Buffon are yet to concede a goal at Euro 2016, although the latter was rested in Italy’s 1-0 defeat to Ireland in the group stage.
Italy midfielder Thiago Motta is suspended after picking up his second yellow card of the tournament in the round of 16. A further eleven Italians are a booking away from a suspension.
With Candreva and De Rossi both injured, there will be a lot of changes in the Italy team.
France vs Iceland:
The side co-managed by Heimir Hallgrimsson and Lars Lagerback were very well organised and showed incredible determination en route to a fully-deserved victory over the Three Lions. Iceland are likely to stick with the same starting line-up that has begun all four matches at Euro 2016.
Speedster Kingsley Coman is an early injury doubt for quarter-finals. The winger, himself a half-time substitute, was taken off minutes before the final whistle. N’Golo Kante and Adil Rami are both suspended after picking up their second bookings of the tournament. The pair are likely to be replaced by Yohan Cabaye and Samuel Umtiti respectively, although Moussa Sissoko and Eliaquim Mangala are also in with a shout.
Didier Deschamps is expected to stick with the attacking trio of Griezmann, Olivier Giroud and Dimitri Payet that started the tournament. Along with Gareth Bale and Alvaro Morata (knocked out), Griezmann currently tops the scoring charts with 3 goals to his name.
All the predicted lineups at 101GreatGoals: