Euro 2020: From Xhaka to Foden; check all players who will/likely to miss Euro 2020 Quarterfinal and Semifinal due to card suspensions

Euro 2020: All players who will miss Euro 2020 Quarterfinal and Semifinal
Euro 2020: All players who will miss Euro 2020 Quarterfinal and Semifinal

Euro 2020: From Xhaka to Foden; check all players who will/likely to miss Quarterfinal and Semifinal due to card suspensions- Euro 2020 has already exceeded expectations as the standards have reached new benchmarks. Heavyweight countries have seen them crashing out of the tournament despite having a number of star players in their ranks.

The latest edition of the European Championship has been a big blessing for the football lovers who are set to witness few big-ticket clashes in the quarterfinals.

However, some of the big names will be or is likely to miss out on the Euro 2020 Quarterfinal and the semifinal owing to card suspension they picked up so far in the tournament.

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What are the rules on yellow cards at UEFA EURO 2020?

According to Article 52.02 (b) of the official UEFA EURO 2020 regulations, in the final tournament, a player is suspended for the next competition match after two cautions in two different matches, as well as after the fourth caution.

When are yellow cards wiped IN EURO 2020?

According to Article 52.05, single cautions from matches in the final tournament expire on completion of the quarter-finals. They are not carried forward to the semi-finals.

Does this mean a player cannot be banned for the final as a result of two yellow cards picked up during the course of the final tournament?

Correct. The slate is wiped clean after the quarter-finals, meaning a player can only be suspended for the final if they receive a red card in the semi-finals.

Who is suspended for quarter-finals?

Switzerland: Xhaka

Who is a booking away from missing the semi-finals?

Belgium: Alderweireld, Thorgan Hazard, Vermaelen
Czech Republic: Coufal, Hložek, Masopust
Denmark: Damsgaard, Delaney, Jensen, Wass
England: Foden, Maguire, Phillips, Rice
Italy
: Barella, Di Lorenzo, Pessina
Spain: Jordi Alba, Busquets, Rodri, Pau Torres
Switzerland: Akanji, Elvedi, Embolo, Gavranović, Mbabu, Rodríguez, Schär
Ukraine: Dovbyk, Yarmolenko, Shaparenko, Sydorchuk

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