So England are through to the Semis of the Euros - with their next match on Wednesday night against Denmark.
While we can't be certain of the result, as Denmark are a step-up from the Ukraine, what we can be certain of is that a lot of people are going to be getting a tad tipsy (translate: absolutely plastered) on Wednesday night. To say it could be messy is a massive understatement.
A working week unlike any other….
So this week might not be like any other working week. There's likely to be a rush of staff booking Thursday off at short notice, and then there's how to deal with Thursday morning, when those people who do turn up at work have very sore heads.
HR Experts provides her views
Newspage sought the views of Southampton-based HR expert, Kate Underwood, of Kate Underwood HR, to advise bosses on how to approach the week ahead.
For Kate, the main thing is that companies communicate clearly with their staff starting Monday, try to be as flexible and as understanding as possible and, whisper it only, use the football as a way to strengthen the employer/employee relationship.