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Group of Death Kicks Off With CRO-TUR

Hakan Calhanoglu Turkey Luka Modric Croatia Euro 2016

Croatia and Turkey have been at each other’s throats in some memorable contests over the years and the pair renew their rivalry at the Parc des Princes in Paris when Group D action gets underway Sunday. Each side will be eager to get the upper hand in the Euro 2016 “Group of Death” and put the pressure on Spain and the Czech Republic, who faceoff Monday.

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Euro 2016: Group C Preview and Odds

Mats Hummels Germany Robert Lewandowski Poland Yevhen Konoplyanka Ukraine Kyle Lafferty Norther Irleland

It has been 20 years since Germany last won a European championship and they are deservedly a heavy favorite to win Group C. Standing in their way is Poland, Ukraine and Northern Ireland, but it looks likely that those three will be duking it out for second place.

Germany's core group which won that World Cup in Brazil two years ago will return to cement back-to-back major trophies in France and do what they can to prevent Spain from winning a ridiculous third straight Euro trophy.

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Brazil Faces Peru in Match atop Group B

Philippe Coutinho Brazil Copa America Centenario

Sunday’s clash between Brazil and Peru means everything in Group B with the loser potentially out of the tournament. If Brazil plays the way it did against Haiti in the previous contest, then this one is over before it even starts.

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Euro 2016: Group D Preview and Odds

Luka Modric Croatia Alvaro Morata Spain Hakan Calhanoglu Turkey Petr Cech Czech Republic

When it comes to major international football tournaments, people like to dub the toughest group “The Group of Death”. Well, for Euro 2016, that moniker goes to Group D.

Spain, Croatia, Turkey and the Czech Republic are set to provide us with a footballing feast during the group stage and there is value aplenty when it comes to backing a winner out of this quartet of quality.

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Primer fin de Semana de Euro 2016

Mañana a las 5 comenzará la decimoquinta edición del campeonato Europeo, Euro 2016. Este año Francia será el país anfitrión y su primer partido es contra Rumanía. 24 naciones, algunos debutando en este torneo, otros ganadores en más de una ocasión. Una combinación que promete un campeonato entretenido, intenso y solamente una cosa es segura: Solo puede haber un ganador.

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Euro 2016: Group F Preview and Odds

Cristiano Ronaldo Portugal Marko Arnautovic Austria Gylfi Sigurdsson Iceland Balasz Dszudszak Hungary Euro 2016

One thing missing from Cristiano Ronaldo’s CV is a major international trophy. In fact, Portugal, despite the all-world talent that has worn the shirt down the years, has never won a World Cup or a European Championship. They were runners-up in the 2004 Euros, but the clock is ticking on one of the game’s greatest ever players winning something big on the international stage.

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Gareth Bale and Co. to Face Slovakia

The last time Wales qualified for an international tournament, Elvis Presley and Dean Martin were dominating the music charts. Fifty-eight years later, they start their campaign with a tough match against a Slovakian side that defeated Spain in their qualifying group.

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Debut Major Tournament for Albania

In what will undoubtedly be a very special atmosphere, Albania will face Switzerland in their first-ever match at a major international tournament. Although the Swiss start as overwhelming favourites, the pressure is off for the Albanians and stranger things have happened in this competition.

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Ukraine in Fine Form Entering Next Match

Mesut Ozil Germany Yevhen Konoplyanka Ukraine Euro 2016

Germany’s bid for a fourth European Championship and first since 1996 begins with a tough match against Ukraine Sunday in Lille. The Germans are the current World Cup holders, but qualifying to get to France might not have been as easy as expected and their opener is no walk in the park either.

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Victory Moves USA to Next Round

Following a 2-0 loss to Colombia in the opener, the United States Men’s National Team was much better in their second game of the group stage as they throttled Costa Rica by a score of 4-0. Now, they can advance to the next phase of the Copa America with a win over Paraguay Saturday night.

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