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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FC Daily: France open Euro 2016 vs. Romania; Messi returns for Argentina

ESPN FC's Frank Leboeuf looks ahead to how France will line up against Romania in the Euro 2016 opener.

It's Friday, June 10, and Euro 2016 is set to begin! Here's a look at the big stories and what you need to know from Paris, as well as all the talking points from the Copa America Centenario.

Matches of the day

European Championship hosts France get the action underway at the Stade de France against Romania on Friday (9 p.m. CET/3 p.m. ET, ESPN2). As Simon Kuper writes, there is good cause for optimism on the pitch as the nation eyes a repeat of the 1998 World Cup success on home soil.

Off the pitch,...

 By Tim Vickery

Uruguay desperately short of ideas in Venezuela upset

Venezuela ended Uruguay's Copa America Centenario campaign with a 1-0 win.

This time there was no Luis Suarez to save the day.

Two years ago, Uruguay lost their opening game in the 2014 World Cup to CONCACAF opposition, only for Luis Suarez to return from injury to inspire the team to consecutive victories which ensured the team's qualification for the second round.

Suarez wanted to try for a repeat. Having missed Sunday's 3-1 defeat to Mexico he seemed anxious to come on in the dying moments of the 1-0 loss to Venezuela. But Uruguay clearly did not want to risk his muscle...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

FC Daily: Mexico try to keep win streak alive; Suarez out for Uruguay

It's Thursday, June 9, and here's a look at the big stories and what you need to know from the Copa America and upcoming Euro 2016 from FC Daily.

Matches of the day

Just two Copa America matches on offer for Thursday, with each featuring one of the tournament's top teams. First up is Uruguay and Venezuela in Philadelphia (7:30 p.m. ET, FS1), with La Celeste looking to bounce back from an opening match loss to Mexico, but they are without injured striker Luis Suarez. The Barcelona forward...

Uruguay supporters reject Mexico fans' tifo at Copa America

The stadium organizers at the Copa America match between Mexico and Uruguay made a serious gaffe Sunday night. Using the Chilean national anthem instead of Uruguay's would enrage any La Celeste fan.

But while the players on the pitch remained perplexed with the change of tunes, the Uruguay fans in the stands decided they would not aid in Mexico's impressive support.

Whoever...

 By Tim Vickery

Can Diego Godin and Uruguay fight back at the Copa America?

Uruguay may well have felt that it was not going to be their night when they lined up before the game and were forced to listen to the national anthem of Chile.

And things soon got worse when they went behind to the first CONCACAF goal of the tournament -- and even that was scored by a South American player -- with Uruguay left-back Alvaro Pereira inadvertently deflecting an early cross past his own keeper.

The goal, though, was well worked. Mexico's fascinating coach, Colombian Juan Carlos Osorio,...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico show title credentials in thrilling Copa win over Uruguay

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Two late goals from Mexico helped the CONCACAF nation to a 3-1 victory over Uruguay in its Copa America Centenario Group C opener.

Goals from Rafa Marquez and Hector Herrera handed Mexico a vital three points, with Diego Godin having leveled in the second half, after Uruguayan defender Alvaro Pereira had given Mexico an early lead with an own goal.

Here are three quick takes from a memorable game at University of Phoenix Stadium:

1. Marquez helps Mexico take the spoils

If...