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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Euro 2016 match schedule -- when and where are the games in France?

The ESPN FC crew don't expect any upsets at Euro 2016, listing the usual suspects as potential winners.

With 20 of the 24 nations competing at Euro 2016 now decided -- with the final four to come through November's playoffs -- UEFA has announced the tournament schedule for next summer.

Here, we look at the full match schedule for the competition, ahead of the finals draw which will take place on Saturday, Dec. 12 at 6 p.m. CET/12 p.m. ET.

Key: In the knockout stages, "W" denotes the group winner and "R" the runner-up. For example, WF vs. RE is the winner of Group F vs. the runner-up of Group E.


 By PA Sport

Liverpool keeping focus on themselves in winning run, says Jordon Ibe

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti believe that Liverpool and Spurs will be competing at the end of the season to finish top four.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner talks about the influence Jurgen Klopp is having on a Liverpool club that is suddenly on the rise.
A nervous Jurgen Klopp refuses to watch as James Milner takes a penalty to give Liverpool a win against Swansea City.

Liverpool forward Jordon Ibe has said Liverpool are not thinking about the teams above them despite closing in on the top four after victory over Swansea.

Sunday's 1-0 win -- new manager Jurgen Klopp's first in the Premier League at Anfield -- lifted them into sixth place.

Liverpool are four points behind Arsenal after the Gunners were held to a 1-1 draw at Norwich on Sunday, but Ibe said other results were of no interest to them.

"The manager didn't want to focus on any other team, just focus on...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Lionel Messi, Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo on Ballon d'Or shortlist

The ESPN FC team take a look at Miguel Delaney's top ten advocates for the Ballon d'Or and Craig Burley is astonished that Thomas Muller is left off.

Barcelona duo Lionel Messi and Neymar will compete with current holder Cristiano Ronaldo for this year's FIFA Ballon d'Or.

Real Madrid forward Ronaldo has won the award for the past two years, with Messi winning it for each of the four years previous to that. And with Ronaldo named in 2008 too, one of the pair has been named the best player in the world on the last seven occasions.

The only other player to make the top two of the final vote over that seven-year period was Andres Iniesta in 2010,...

Manchester United drawing too many games - midfielder Juan Mata

The ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester United's performance against Leicester City
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal thinks his side should have beaten Leicester and is disappointed by the result.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner was unimpressed with Man United during their 1-1 draw at Leicester City.

Juan Mata believes Manchester United face six "finals" as he warned that recent draws had damaged their chances.

United, who have drawn six of their last nine games, dropped two Premier League points when Leicester held them 1-1 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.

Meanwhile, they need to win at Wolfsburg to guarantee progress in the Champions League after PSV Eindhoven's 0-0 draw at Old Trafford last Wednesday.

United face West Ham, Bournemouth, Norwich, Stoke and Chelsea in the Premier League...

 By Mark Rodden

Marseille boss Michel unsure when Abou Diaby will be able to make debut

In the past three seasons, Abou Diaby has appeared in just 12 Premier League matches.
Diaby's spell with Arsenal was marred by frequent injury problems.

Marseille manager Michel has said he does not know when former Arsenal midfielder Abou Diaby will be fit enough to make his debut, and is even unsure whether he will play for them this season.

Diaby, 29, joined the French club in the summer following a nine-year spell with the Gunners that was marred by frequent injury problems.

The ex-Auxerre player has since been working his way back to full fitness in the south of France, but Michel told reporters at the weekend that he had suffered another setback.


ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Everton boss Roberto Martinez: Romelu Lukaku can do everything

Roberto Martinez praises Bournemouth's second half comeback as they fight for Premier League survival.

Roberto Martinez has said Everton striker Romelu Lukaku "can do it all" and he would not swap him for anyone else.

Belgium international Lukaku scored in the thrilling 3-3 draw at Bournemouth on Saturday -- his 10th Premier League goal of the season and his eighth in the last eight games.

The £28 million forward's return puts him behind only Leicester's record-breaking striker Jamie Vardy on current form.

And Everton manager Martinez said: "I think it has always been the case that Rom, with...