Here are your latest Euro 2020 headlines for Friday, June 18.

Gareth Bale names biggest Wales joker

Gareth Bale has named himself and Wayne Hennessey as the two biggest jokers in the Wales squad at Euro 2020.

The Real Madrid forward was asked a number of off-the-cuff questions about the Welsh players currently away for the tournament and it threw up a number of intriguing answers.

When asked who the biggest joker in the team was, Bale told the BBC: "Biggest joker? Probably me and Wayne Hennessey.

"We're both the biggest jokers. We're very loud and direct with people so yeah, it's a good laugh.

"I'm not sure whether it's good for camera to be honest!"

Bale revealed that Adam Davies, the squad DJ, had the best taste in music, but when quizzed over who was the worst dressed in camp, well it was a player he knows all too well from his Tottenham days that takes that unwanted tag.

"We're always in tracksuits so it's difficult to say to be honest," he added.

"But going from what I've seen, Joe Rodon isn't great!"

And when asked who the best golfer was, well, there's no prizes for guessing his answer there, is there?

Dan James says Wales have 'nothing to fear' and apologises to boss

A bullish Dan James has said that Wales have nothing to fear against the impress Italians this Sunday.

Wales are of course coming off the back of a convincing 2-0 triumph over Turkey, backing up their opening-day 1-1 draw with Switzerland to put them in plum position for reaching the knockout stages.

Italy, however, will represent the toughest task yet for Rob Page's side, with Roberto Mancini's side having won each of their opening two games in emphatic fashion by three-goal margins.

"I don't think you can ever write us off. Italy are a great team, but we go in believing we can win," James said.

"I think they're a great team, [they] had a great run going into the tournament, they're a new team from last Euros [in 2016], lots of new players, not many weaknesses, but we have to fully believe we can go and get a result."

James hit the headlines following Wales' opener against Switzerland after he reacted angrily to being substituted as his side were pushing for a winner.

Page said it was the sort of reaction he wanted, knowing that the Manchester United star was hungry to affect the game late on.

However, James has since apologised to his manager for the manner in which he reacted to the substitution.

"At the time I was just concentrating on getting the points. We'd just scored, the adrenaline was high and maybe I shouldn't have reacted like that," the winger added.

"But I spoke to the manager after the game, I apologised and said at the time I just wanted to play and push for the three points.

"He said he would much rather I came off like that than being happy to come off."

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Arsenal star Tierney fighting fit for England

Scotland boss Steve Clarke has confirmed Kieran Tierney will be fit to face England on Friday.

The Arsenal defender missed the opening 2-0 defeat by the Czech Republic at Hampden on Monday due to a calf strain.

But he took part in full training on Thursday before the team departed for Wembley and is now ready to play 90 minutes.

Clarke said: "It is good news for Kieran, good news for us and good news for the Scottish supporters.

"Hopefully we can back all that up with a good result. He has trained fully the last two days. He is available for the whole game."

That will come as a huge boost to the Scots, who are looking to get their campaign up and running against an England side who looked impressive in their opening win over Croatia.

Rugby legend reveals 'pride' at Wales feats

Wales and Lions rugby coach Neil Jenkins has spoken of his pride following his country's impressive start to their Euro 2020 campaign.

The former fly-half-turned-coach is currently in Jersey on the Lions' 10-day training camp ahead of their first warm-up game against Japan.

But while it's all hands to the pump getting the Lions ready for their opening fixture, Jenkins has still managed to find time to watch the football.

"Very proud," Jenkins said while on Lions duty. "It was a massive win for them which puts them in a good place.

"They’ll be looking for a good performance on Sunday having got a good draw against Switzerland. Winning [on Wednesday] night, I was very proud. We’d compete at Tiddlywinks!

"It’s important that Wales are successful – congratulations to the football boys."

England face Scotland on Friday and there are a number of players from those countries out in Jersey at the minute.

The Anglo-Scottish banter will be "flying about", according to Jenkins and the kicking coach admitted they are hoping to find some time in the diary to allow the players to watch the game on Friday evening.

"I’m sure there will be a bit of banter flying around and with some of the coaches as well," the Welshman added. "We can put our feet up tomorrow because we’ve won one, drawn one. I’m sure they’ll be a bit of banter."

"Gats [Warren Gatland] being a New Zealander, I don’t think he’s overly keen on football!

"No, joking. He likes it as well We’ll go about our business as normal tomorrow, and when the football is on I’m sure the boys will get to watch it when we’re done and dusted."

The emotional Christian Eriksen tributes during Denmark v Belgium

Emotions ran high in Copenhagen on Thursday evening.

In the first Denmark game since captain Christian Eriksen's shock collapse against Finland last Saturday, the eyes of the footballing world squarely focused on the Danes in their Euro 2020 clash with Belgium.

It is a story which rocked the footballing world and clearly the reverberations of the distressing scenes of Eriksen's cardiac arrest are still resonating strongly with fans. You can read the latest here.

The tributes poured in at Parken Stadium in the Danish capital both ahead of the game and during the opening minutes.

Before the 5pm kick-off, there were a number of gestures to show solidarity with Eriksen and the Danish team.

A giant replica Denmark shirt with 'Eriksen 10' emblazoned on it was stretched out across the pitch ahead of the anthems, taking up almost an entire half of the pitch.

Fans had also gathered at the stadium, many of whom were wearing shirts with Eriksen's name across them. Buildings around the city also had banners strewn across them with well-wishing messages upon them.

Supporters of both nations inside the stadium showed their support by holding aloft banners with phrases such as "Belgium loves you Christian" and "For Christian" written on them. Another had "The whole of Denmark is with you" stretched across it.

The iconic football anthem 'You'll Never Walk Alone' bleared out prior to kick-off, while Simon Kjaer, who was praised for his actions following Eriksen's collapse, was presented with a signed Christian Eriksen shirt.

In the 10th minute of the game, both teams stopped and a round of applause rang out around the stadium in a particularly poignant moment.

Kjaer and Kasper Schmeichel embraced after the ball went out of play as emotions ran high during the deafening applause.