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Ukraine vs Poland highlights (0-1)
Teams: Ukraine: Pyatov, Fedetskiy, Khacheridi, Kucher, Butko, Rotan, Stepanenko, Yarmolenko, Zinchenko, Konoplyanka, Zozulya. Subs: Boyko, Tymoschuk, Kovalenko, Seleznyov, Shevchuk, Budkivskiy, Sydorchuk, Rybalka, Garmash, Rakitskiy, Karavayev, Shevchenko.
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Northern Ireland vs Germany (0-1)
The teams: Northern Ireland (4-5-1): McGovern; Hughes, McAuley, Cathcart, J Evans; Ward, C Evans, Davis, Norwood, Dallas; Washington. Germany (4-2-3-1): Neuer; Kimmich, Boateng, Hummels, Hector; Khedira, Kroos; Ozil, Muller, Gotze; Gomez.
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Germany Keen on Finishing as Group Winner
Grabbing four points from their previous two games, Germany still need at least a point to confirm their qualification into the knock out stage but Joachim Loew's men wan't more than just that as they're targeting group winner status.
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Northern Ireland Excited With German Battle
There's an air of excitement filling Northern Ireland camp as they are set to face a difficult task against World Champion, Germany this Tuesday on their final group game. Successfully snatching a win against Ukraine in their second game, put Michael O'Neill's side in a good position as even one point might be enough for them to get into the knock out stage.
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Poland Targeting Three Points Against Strong Ukraine
Poland may only need one point to secure qualification into the knock out stage of Euro 2016, but that won't stop them from pushing for all three points in their final group game against Ukraine.
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Ukraine Well Prepared for Final Group Game Against Poland
Experiencing two disappointing defeats from Germany and Northern Ireland, Ukraine remained hopeful to get all three points from their final group game against Poland. The Yellow-Blue's squad head coach, Mykhaylo Fomenko ensured their fans that his players are well prepared for their Tuesday encounter and will try their best to make up for their previous disappointing results.
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Spain Not Planing to Rest Players Against Croatia
Already securing qualification into the knock out stages of Euro 2016, Spain apparently doesn't have much plan to rest their players on their final group game against Croatia. That conclusion was stated by head coach Vicente Del Boque, who stated that he is not sure whether he should be resting his players this Tuesday.
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Croatia to Define Their Quality Against Spain
Croatia only need one point to secure their qualification into the knock out stages, but head coach, Ante Cacic is determined to fight for all three points against Spain. Speaking to the media ahead of their Tuesday clash, Cacic believes that their encounter against La Furia Roja can also be considered as a defining test on how can they fair in the knock out stages.
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Turkey Not Giving Up Their Euro Hope Just Yet
Losing two games already in their Euro 2016 adventure doesn't stop Turkey from hoping to advance into the next round as they're targeting all three points against Czech Republic. The Crescent Stars' head coach, Fatih Terim confirmed that his side have no plan on giving things as they will fight until things are really over.
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Czech Republic Ready for Important Match Against Turkey
Czech Republic will be pushing for three points on their Euro 2016 final group game against Turkey this Tuesday as qualification spot still awaits both of them. Although theoretically grabbing a draw could be enough for Pavel Vrba's men to get that third spot seat, but the tactician is looking for more insurance and a victory is the only answer.
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Euro 2016 Goal of the Day 11: Aaron Ramsey’s Goal Against Russia
Wales confirmed their passage into the knock out stage of Euro 2016 as group B winner following a comfortable 3-0 win over Russia with goals from Aaron Ramsey, Neil Taylor and Gareth Bale.
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Wales Topped Group B After Convincing Win Over Russia
Wales showcasing positive mentality as after suffering a disappointing derby defeat against England, Chris Coleman's men were able to bounce back immediately against Russia. Gareth Bale and co were able to put tons of pressure on their opponent creating many openings, before eventually taking the lead with a lovely chip goal from Aaron Ramsey.
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England Finish as Group Runners Up After Draw With Slovakia
England ensured their place in the knock out stage of Euro 2016, but they might be in for a tricky draw after only finishing second in group B. The Three Lions failed to hold down their top spot as Roy Hodgson's men were held into a goalless draw by Slovakia in their final group game.
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Slovakia vs England (0-0)
Slovakia v England line-ups Slovakia: Kozacik, Pekarik, Skrtel, Durica, Hubocan, Kucka, Pecovsky, Hamsik, Mak, Duda, Weiss. Subs: Mucha, Gyomber, Gregus, Sestak, Stoch, Nemec, Hrosovsky, Skriniar, Salata, Svento, Duris, Novota.
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Russia vs Wales (0-3)
The teams Russia (4-4-1-1): Akinfeev; Smolnikov, V Berezutski, Ignashevich, Kombarov; Smolov, Mamaev, Glushakov, Kokorin; Shirokov; Dzyuba. Subs: Lodygin, Guilherme, Shishkin, Neustadter, A Berezutski, Yusupov, Golovin, Shatov, Ivanov, Samedov, Torbinski, Schennikov.
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Fun Wales Expecting Tough Game Against Russia
Losing their latest game against England doesn't seem to let down Wales' spirit as their head coach, Chris Coleman stated that his players are in a very good mood ahead of their final group game against Russia.
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