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Jun 08, 2016
Euro 2016: Dour Switzerland benefit from easy group, but will struggle against tougher opponentsExpect a second-place group stage finish from Vladimir Petkovic's Switzerland and perhaps some glimpses of flamboyance from a couple of gifted individuals. But don't expect to be entertained.
Jun 07, 2016
Euro 2016: Russia's new generation isn't here yet, they will have to bank on experienceRussia will heavily rely on squad experience and some good old fashioned USSR work ethic to get through to the latter stages at Euro 2016.
Jun 06, 2016
Euro 2016: Wales counting on Gareth Bale to bring success after a long waitIf their heavyweight players find their ‘A’ game then do not be surprised if Wales not only get out of the group, but also go far further than expected.
Jun 06, 2016
Euro 2016: Sweden's hopes rest on Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but qualification from 'group of death' looks toughSweden's squad for Euro 2016 has a mix of experience and youth. Coach Erik Hamren will attempt to build the right support-system around Zlatan Ibrahimovic
Jun 05, 2016
Euro 2016: Led by Lewandowski and Nawalka, this is Poland's best chance to make a markEuro 2016, with 24 sides making it to the main draw, presents Poland with their best opportunity yet, of making it past the first round for the first time ever.
Jun 01, 2016
With a little faith, Marcus Rashford can emulate Owen, Rooney for England at Euro 2016Marcus Rashford, with eight goals for Manchester United and one for England in his kitty already, now stands at a crucial juncture. He could either go on to replicate Michael Owen and Wayne Rooney at Euro 2016 or become World Cup 2006's Theo Walcott.
May 30, 2016
The Beckenbauer column: France, Germany and Spain favourites for Euro 2016In two weeks' time the European Championships start, and Spain, as the title-holders, will be having a say in how that turns out