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ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

Euro 2016 draw: 24 teams confirmed, seeded for next summer's tournament

The ESPN FC crew don't expect any upsets at Euro 2016, listing the usual suspects as potential winners.
ESPN FC's Stewart Robson discusses Ireland's qualification into Euro 2016 following a 3-1 aggregate win over Bosnia.
Jon Walters reacts to Ireland's qualification into Euro 2016 following his two goals against Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The pots for Euro 2016 finals draw are now known after Sweden and Ukraine booked the final two places.

Hosts France will be joined by holders Spain plus Germany, England, Portugal and Belgium as the six seeded nations. France will automatically be drawn into position A1, playing their games in Paris, Marseille and Lille, with the other seeds placed into position 1 of groups B through to F.

The nations in pots 2 to 4 will be randomly drawn into a position in each group to create the fixture programme...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

France play on after Paris attacks but lose friendly against England

France and England fans unite at Wembley to sing the French national anthem ahead of their international friendly.

Dele Alli and Wayne Rooney scored as England defeated France 2-0 in a friendly at Wembley on Tuesday, four days after the attacks in Paris.

England controlled much of the action after a rousing national anthem that saw England fans sing "La Marseillaise" in support of the French.

Tottenham's Alli scored his first goal for England in the 39th minute with a sharp shot from outside the area that took a slight deflection.

Rooney, whose earlier opportunity to open the scoring skewed just wide, did find...

 By Ben Gladwell

Juventus' Stephan Lichtsteiner out a month after minor heart surgery

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes discusses the absence of Juventus' Stephan Lichtsteiner, who will see a heart specialist after being replaced at half-time in Juve's draw against Frosinone.

Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner has been ruled out for a month after undergoing minor surgery on his heart.

The Swiss defender was withdrawn at half-time of Juve's recent 1-1 draw with Frosinone after complaining of breathing difficulties.

He returned to training on Monday but club doctors were concerned about his health and ordered further tests, making him miss Wednesday night's 2-0 win over Sevilla in the Champions League. Those tests revealed an atrial flutter, which was resolved with...