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Love Island suffers huge schedule change following Euros clash on Sunday

Love Island suffers huge schedule change following Euros clash on Sunday

The Euro 2024 final is set to kick off this Sunday (14 July) at 8pm

Love Island is set to suffer a huge schedule change following the Euros clash on Sunday (14 July).

Now, unless you've been living under a rock for the past 24 hours, you'll know that the Three Lions beat out the Netherlands last night (10 July) in the Euros 2024 semi-finals with a whopping 2-1.

England fans are now absolutely buzzing for this weekend as captain Harry Kane and the team gears up for the eagerly-anticipated final against Spain in just a matter of days.

Now, the beloved ITV reality dating show usually screens at 9pm which sees it directly clashing with the final that kicks off an hour beforehand at 8pm.

So, to keep both Love Island and footy fans happy, ITV has reportedly decided to push the programme back by an hour and it will now start at 10pm.

But, if the match happens to run into extra time and penalties there would still be an overlap.

The Euros final is expected to commence at 6.30pm on ITV and is scheduled to run through until 10.45pm.

Love Island will reportedly be pushed back an hour this Sunday (14 July). (ITV)
Love Island will reportedly be pushed back an hour this Sunday (14 July). (ITV)

The match, however, should be all wrapped up by 10pm if it ends in normal time - finishing just in time to get your latest fix of all the villa chaos.

Love Island was also pushed back an hour last night for England's match with the Netherlands and, let's just say, some viewers were far from happy.

One X user hit out: "Love Island is on at 10 today bc of football????? ENGLAND PLEASE #loveisland."

"I beg your finest pardon?! 10pm!" slammed a second, while a third joked: "Bellingham better make this worth my time."

ITV have since told Tyla that Love Island will air at 9 PM as usual, followed by After Sun at 10 PM.

Gareth Southgate was buzzing at the score last night (10 July). (ANP / Contributor / Getty Images)
Gareth Southgate was buzzing at the score last night (10 July). (ANP / Contributor / Getty Images)

If the Three Lions win against Spain this Sunday (14 July), they will be the first England men’s team to win a major tournament since the 1966 World Cup.

England's women's team - the Lionesses - however came out on top at their last Euros tournament.

Captain Harry Kane recently came under fire for his comments after drawing with Slovenia.

He said: "The bottom line is we haven't won anything as a nation for a long, long time and a lot of these players were part of that as well and they know how tough it is, so it is not digging anyone out."

Some accused Kane of 'sexism' with many pointing to the fact that the Lionesses actually won the last Euros and came second in the World Cup.

Featured Image Credit: ITV

Topics: Love Island, ITV, TV And Film, Football, Sport, Reality TV