They've been hailed as THE commentating duo of Euro 2020, and now Ally McCoist and Clive Tyldesley are back for some quarter final action. 

As the tournament focuses in on the final eight teams, coverage will continue to be split between ITV and BBC, with different commentators and pundits working for each broadcaster. 

It's set to be another great weekend of football, with countries battling it out to make the all-important semi-finals of the much anticipated championship. 

Fans have lauded the McCoist-Tyldesley pairing as improving their overall enjoyment of previous matches, which is praise they will look to expand on during their quarter final coverage. 

Here's when they are next commentating and how you can watch...

When are Ally McCoist and Clive Tyldesley next commentating? 

Ally McCoist and Clive Tyldesley will commentate on the quarter final between the Czech Republic and Denmark for ITV. 

Kick-off is at 5:00pm on Saturday July 3 2021, with the match taking place in Baku, Azerbaijan. 

How can I watch the match? 

You can watch the match on STV or via the ITV hub, with coverage fronted by Mark Pougatch. 

How popular are the duo? 

According to Sportbible, someone started a petition to get Ally McCoist and Clive Tyldesley as commentators on FIFA 22. 

The petition on urges EA Sport to "give the people what they want"

The pair have been friends for years, with Clive having worked as a RangersTV commentator, the club "Coisty", as he's known to Clive, used to manage. 

McCoist, who is something of a Scottish football legend, is no stranger to the media spotlight, having spent years as a captain on Question of Sport with Sue Barker and Matt Dawson. 

Most recently he has worked for Amazon Prime as part of their Premier League commentary team. 

Meanwhile, his mate Clive Tyldesley, who is famous for his commentary, was replaced by Sam Matterface as ITV's lead commentator after 22 years. 

However, he has stayed with ITV for the coverage of the Euros, much to the delight of viewers around the country. 

He made viewers laugh when he requested they stayed with the France vs Switzerland match on Monday instead of turning over to Love Island by swiping "right for Ally McCoist".


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