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Euro 2016 Warm Up Results: Saturday and Sunday

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Germany lose again, a couple players catch our interest and one who could be the games bargain.

Just 4m you say!
Just 4m you say!
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The friendlies continued on Saturday/Sunday.

Switzerland 1-2 Belgium

Swiss starting 11

Sommer

Lang, Senderos, Djourou, Rodriguez

Mehmadi, Dzemaili, Behrami, Xhaka, Shaqiri

Derdiyok


Belgium

Courtois

Witze, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Vermaelen

KDB, Dembele, Fellaini,

Mertens, Lukaku, Hazard

Goals - Dzemaili, Lukaku and  Kevin De Bruyne

Assists - Dries Mertens and Jordan Lukaku

Notes

Haris Seferovic sent off.  Two strong lineups with a couple of EPL favourites looking good fantasy picks.

Germany 1-3 Slovakia

Germany starting 11

Leno

Kimmich, Boateng, Rudiger

Rudy, Gotze, Khedira, Draxler, Hector

Sane

Gomez


Slovakia starting 11

Kozacik

Pekarik, Skrtel, Durica, Svento

Hrosovsky, Kucka

Duris, Hamsik, Weiss

Duda

Goals - Gomez pen, Hamsik, Duris, Kucka

Assists - Hrosovsky, Weiss, Duda

Notes

An experimental german side with 3 central defenders and wing backs.  Gomez got a goal in his case to start.  Youngstar Sane got a start but Germany were missing their biggest names.  Still a further defeat and a defence conceding goals are not good habits.

Slovakia have now had two good wins in 3 days.  Regardless of the line up the win over Germany is big and they will have gained even more confidence.  Hamsik continues to show he is in the form of his career,

Spain 3-1 Bosnia

Spain starting 11


Asenjo

Bellerin, Jose, Bartra, Azpilicueta

Bruno

Silva, Cesc, Asensio, Nolito

Aduriz

Goals - Nolito 2, Pedro, Spahic

Assists - Cesc, Pjanic,

Notes

Many of the big names were missing as part of the Champions League final.  Aduriz got the start in the forward position, Silva had a chance to prove his fitness.

Albania 3-1 Qatar

Albania starting 11

Wolfli

Sodurlund, Ajeit, Maraj, Aliji

Roshi, Basha, Lila, Lenjani

Gashi

Cikalleshi

Goals  - Ajet, Lenjani, Sadiku

Assists - Basha, Cana

Notes

Albania conceded in the opening minute

Romania 3-4 Ukraine

Romania starting 11


Tatarusanu

Matel, Chirhces, Grigore, Filip

Prepelita, Pintili

Torje, Sanmartean, Stancu

Keseru

Ukraine starting 11

Pyatov

Fedetskiy, Khacheridi, Ratikskiy, Shevchuk

Stepanenko, Rybalka

Yarmolenko, Ngcongca, Konoplyanka

Zozulya

Goals - Torje, Alibec, Stanciu, Zozulya, Zinchenko, Yarmolenko, Konoplyanka

Assists - Maxim, Konoplyanka, Yarmolenko, Shakov, Shevchuk. Keseru

Notes

7 goal thriller saw Ukraine get a much needed win.  Stars Yarmolenko, Konoplyanka both scoring will help confidence while 6.5m Zozulya's brace catches our interest as a 3rd forward option.

Turkey 1-0 Montenegro

Turkey starting 11


Babacan

Ozbayrakli, Cailk, Topal, Erkin

Tufan

Sen, Calhanoglu, Ozyakuo, Turan

Tosun

Goals  - Tosun

Assists - Turan

Notes

The winner came 4 minutes into added time and may have secured Tosun 6m the starting sport against Croatia.

Italy 1-0 Scotland

Italy starting 11


Buffon

Barzagli, Bonicci, Chiellini

Candreca, Florenzi, De Rossi, Giaccherini, Darmian

Pelel, Eder

Goal - Pelle

Assist - None

Notes -

Built from the back is the case with this Italian side as many before it.  Darmian in a wing back role is very tempting.  Pelle helped his cause to start the opening game.

Portugal 3-0 Norway

Portugal Starting 11


Lopes

Soares, Fonte, Carvalho, Guerreiro

Mario, Carvalho, Moutinho

Quaresma, Eder, Gomes

Goals - Quaresma, Guerreiro, Eder

Assist - Guerreiro, Mario

Notes -

Bargain alert, Guerreiro scored, assisted and got a clean sheet.  At a cost of 4m he is a squad must.  Will lose free kick duties to Ronaldo on his return.

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