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Euro 2016, Group D: Spain face Turkey, Croatia and Czech tests

EA SPORTS FIFA 16 simulates the projected Euro 2016 final between Germany and Spain.
ESPN FC's Santi Solari feels Croatia have the best midfield at the Euro's, but indicates Spain will still win the group.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley and Dan Thomas give their reactions to the Euro 2016 draw.

The draw has been made for the group stage of the 2016 UEFA European Championship.

Group A | Group B | Group C | Group D | Group E | Group F

Predicted finish:

1. Spain 2. Croatia 3. Turkey 4. Czech Republic

Spain (SPI odds to win group: 61.4 percent)

Stunned 5-1 by Netherlands at the World Cup in Brazil, where they abdicated their throne earlier than expected, was it only a blip? Spain have lost their aura but remain among the favourites for the Euros, as nine wins out of 10...

 By Michael Cox

Euro 2016 lacks a clear favourite as France, Germany, Spain all flawed

Euro 2016 will be the first-ever European Championships comprised of 24 teams, a format that opens up the tournament to the continent's minnows. Yet assessing the runners and riders ahead of Saturday's draw, it feels like one of the most closed European championships in a long time.

There are three clear favourites who each have something obvious to shout about: France are the hosts, Spain the holders and Germany the world champions. Other than this trio, it's incredibly difficult to make a...

 By Chris Wright

Spain players have a kickabout with BB-8 in new Star Wars commercial

A short while ago, in a galaxy not so very far away at all, the Spanish national football team buddied up with telecom giant Movistar to help publicise "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," the latest episode of the iconic movie franchise due for release in December.

In the commercial, several of La Roja squad struggle to get to grips with their new football. What they discover is that the new ball they're attempting to play tiki-taka with is actually a BB-8 droid, as featured in the new film.

What's...

 By Andy Mitten

Xavi talks Qatar, Barcelona, el Clasico, Messi, Champions League finals, more

In June, Xavi ended a 16-year career in Barcelona's first team.

DOHA, Qatar -- The day after Barcelona won their fourth European Cup in a decade, the victorious team returned from Berlin to ride an open-top bus across the city. As the sun began to set, hundreds of thousands of people came to salute them.

The bus passed by to wild cheering but what struck this observer was not the mass of players dancing at the front, but one man who sat at the back, detached and alone in thought. The man was Xavi Hernandez.

Five months later, I meet Barca's most decorated player...

Spain show class in 2-0 win but England are building well for Euro 2016

Mario Gaspar's stunning strike helped Spain to a 2-0 win over England in their international friendly.

ALICANTE, Spain -- Goals win games, we know, but the goals scored in the reigning European champions' 2-0 win on Friday night also tell a story with a view to how Spain and England can continue to look ahead to their respective chances in the European Championships next summer.

It's easy to appreciate the skill, athleticism and ambition in Mario Gaspar's overhead kick that looped over Joe Hart for 1-0. But ask yourself this -- what was running through both his and Cesc Fabregas' minds in the...

Moment of Mario magic delivers Spain comfortable friendly win over England

Mario Gaspar's stunning strike helped Spain to a 2-0 win over England in their international friendly.

ALICANTE, Spain -- Three thoughts on Spain's 2-0 friendly win over England at the Estadio Jose Rico Perez.

1. Mario magic opens up tight game

A wonder goal from Villarreal right-back Mario Gaspar stood out from the rest at the Estadio Jose Rico Perez, with Spain making the game safe late on through substitute Santi Cazorla's 20-yard curler.

On balance, we probably should have always known this was likely to start cautiously. Spain came into the game having gone 535 minutes without conceding...