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Sky Sports will have every angle of Friday's draw for the European Championship covered from 4.30pm.
Jon Holmes believes the unifying spirit of Euro 2008 - epitomised by the classy team football of champions Spain - will live long in the memory.
With a memorable Euro 2008 done and dusted, we inspect your final Hot or Not ratings.
Jon Holmes sticks up for Russia despite their Euro 2008 semi-final defeat, before picking out some of his best moments of the tournament.
The time arrives for Skysports.com to round-up the best and the worst of the action from Euro 2008.
Jon Holmes pays tribute to Turkey following the unique televisual experience that was their Euro 2008 semi-final against Germany.
Lewis Rutledge does not feel Germany can go on to lift the trophy after an unconvincing win over Turkey.
With the quarter-finals of Euro 2008 now complete, we inspect your Hot or Not ratings.
Jon Holmes heads to the Austrian capital, where Euro 2008 has taken over the heart of the imperial city - much to the delight of the fans.
Ben Collins is confident Luka Modric will set the Premier League alight.
With the final round of Euro 2008 group games now complete, we inspect your Hot or Not ratings.
Dave Tickner reflects on another astonishing Turkey comeback and Petr Cech's moment to forget.
With the second round of Euro 2008 group games done and dusted, we inspect your Hot or Not ratings.
It's time to finalise the group standings in our video-game version of Euro 2008. First up, there's relief all round in Basel...
Jon Holmes watches Chelsea-bound Big Phil Scolari stalk the touchline for Portugal, while the prospect of penalties to decide Group A also appeals.
Stephen Joyce sees Turkey spoil the Swiss party in a Basel downpour.
With the first round of Euro 2008 group games done and dusted, we inspect your Hot or Not ratings.
We're into the second round of group matches in our video-game version of Euro 2008. And the Portuguese are getting their act together...
Jon Holmes reflects on events from the opening day at Euro 2008 which included big colourful boxes, Swiss tears and a roast beef dinner.
Gareth Friel watched Cristiano Ronaldo live up to the pre-tournament hype in Portugal's opening win.