Euro 2020 23/6/2021

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Euro 2020 23/6/2021. Four games in Euro 2020 today. At 17:00, on ITV, is Slovakia v Spain. At 17:00, on ITV 4, is Sweden v Poland. At 20:00, on BBC Two, is Germany v Hungary. At 20:00, on BBC One is Portugal v France.

Euro 2020 23/6/2021 - Slovakia v Spain
Slovakia v Spain
Euro 2020 23/6/2021 - Slovakia v Spain
Slovakia v Spain

Euro 2020 23/6/2021 – Slovakia v Spain

  • Ivan Schranz is again sidelined for Slovakia, while Denis Vavro misses out after recently testing positive for COVID-19.
  • Head coach Stefan Tarkovic could make one change from the side that lost to Sweden last week, with Lukas Haraslin coming into the XI on the right.
  • Sergio Busquets is available after recovering from COVID-19 and Luis Enrique must now decide whether to use the Spain captain from the off.
  • Should the Barcelona man start, Rodri would be the midfielder to make way.
  • After missing a penalty against Poland, Gerard Moreno may feature from the bench, with Ferran Torres starting out wide.

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Euro 2020 23/6/2021 - Sweden v Poland
Sweden v Poland
Euro 2020 23/6/2021 - Sweden v Poland
Sweden v Poland

Euro 2020 23/6/2021 – Sweden v Poland

  • Dejan Kulusevski was an unused sub in Sweden’s 1-0 win over Slovakia having recovered from a bout of COVID-19 and he should feature in some capacity here.
  • Carl Mikael Lustig was considered a doubt for the narrow victory, but played the full 90 last week and is fine to start at right-back.
  • Jan Olof Andersson should go with the same side that started their victory over Slovakia.
  • Grzegorz Krychowiak is available after missing the 1-1 draw with Spain through suspension and will hope to be recalled in midfield.
  • Lukasz Fabianski trained on his own on Monday, while Jakub Moder is expected to miss out with a knee injury.

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Euro 2020 23/6/2021 - Germany v Hungary
Germany v Hungary
Euro 2020 23/6/2021 - Germany v Hungary
Germany v Hungary

Euro 2020 23/6/2021 – Germany v Hungary

  • Mats Hummels, Thomas Muller, Ilkay Gundogan and Lukas Klostermann all missed training on Monday.
  • Leon Goretzka returned to first team action against Portugal, and could come in for Thomas Muller, who will miss sit out the meeting with Hungary.
  • Hummels and Gundogan will be assessed, but Jogi Loew has options if needed.
  • Adam Szalai took a knock to the head against France and was taken off in the 1-1 draw, but that looked to be more of a precaution.
  • Marco Rossi will hope to have his captain available for the meeting with Germany on Wednesday night.
  • Rossi could therefore name an unchanged XI for Wednesday’s game, depending on Szalai’s fitness.

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Euro 2020 23/6/2021 -Portugal v France
Portugal v France
Portugal v France

Euro 2020 23/6/2021 -Portugal v France

  • Portugal boss Fernando Santos has no pressing injury concerns ahead of their Group F showdown with France.
  • Despite a 4-2 defeat to Germany, Santos can be expected to keep faith with his first choice XI on Wednesday night.
  • Rafa Silva and Renato Sanches are among those pushing to feature from the outset.
  • Ousmane Dembele sustained a knee injury after coming on as a sub against Hungary and misses the meeting with Portugal.
  • Didier Deschamps is considering three changes from the side that drew with Hungary, with Lucas Hernandez replacing Lucas Digne, Jules Kounde taking over from Benjamin Pavard and Adrien Rabiot dropping out for Corentin Tolisso.

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