There is one game taking place this evening at Euro 2012, as Spain take on Italy in the final of the European Championships.
Sunday's Euro 2012 action takes place at the Olympic Stadium in Kiev, with reigning champions Spain the bookmakers' favourites to win and successfully defend their European crown.
Spain will become the first team in history to successfully defend their European Championship title with victory tonight. They would also become the first European side to win three consecutive major tournaments.
They face a tough task though against Italy, who have been transformed under coach Cesare Prandelli since suffering a shock exit to Slovakia at the 2010 World Cup - a result Italian media called their biggest humiliation since losing to North Korea in 1966.
Prandelli has faced Spain twice while in charge of the Azzurri and has never lost. Italy beat them 2-1 in a friendly in August 2011, before drawing their opening game of Euro 2012, 1-1.
Other than that draw earlier in the tournament, the only other European Championship meetings between the two sides were in 1980 (0-0) and 1988 (Italy 1-0 Spain).
Tonight's final, which could have a global television audience of over 300million viewers, is set to be a thriller. It will be the fourth time that the European Championship final has provided a rematch of a group match. And for stats fans, Greece won both encounters against Portugal in 2004, as did Germany in 1996 against the Czech Republic. Netherlands lost to the USSR in the opening game in 1988, but took revenge with victory in the final.
Can the favourites make it three major tournament wins in a row, or can Italy spring what some would call a huge surprise?
Crunchsports.com will have team news and full coverage of the game online throughout the day.
Sunday's Euro 2012 fixtures:
All kick-off times 19:45 BST
Spain v Italy