Eurocopa Of France 2016
Rakitic And Burn Turan, rival of Spain in the Eurocopa 2016
Published:12/12/2015 - 22:12h
Updated:7/03/2016 - 19:09h
To the Spanish selection of Busquets, Iniesta, Alba and company has touched him three hard rival for the phase of groups of the next Eurocopa 2016 that will contest in France. There they will confront to the selections of Croatia, Turkey and the Czech Republic
The Spanish selection of Vicente of the Forest already knows the rivals that will have in the phase of groups of the Eurocopa 2016 of France. There, in the group D, will have to see the faces with the Croatia of Ivan Rakitic and the Turkey of the midfield player talentoso Burn Turan. The Czech Republic will be the fourth team in discord inside one of the most dangerous groups.
The parties will play the next month of June. Spain will debut the 13 of this same month in Toulouse in front of the Czech Republic. Posteriomente Will confront to Turkey in Nice on 17 June and the day 21, in front of Croatia and in Burdeos. Comrpomisos That beyond all doubt will have to a lot of fans of the FC pending Barcelona of the television.
The Belgium of Thomas Vermaelen has had a lot of more luck since it has touched him a more affordable group where only appears like feared the selection of Italy. The Republic of Ireland and Sweden complete this group And in which so much Belgian like Italians are clear favourites to happen to eighth, although the Sweden of Zlatan Ibrahimovic always can give the surprise.
In the rest of participants of the Eurocopa stands out the one of the hosts France to which has touched them three easy rivals as they are Romania, Albania and Switzerland. The current champion of the world Germany also will have a way in easy theory in front of Ukraine, Poland and Northern Ireland. The Portugal of Cristiano Ronaldo will confront to the feeble Iceland, Austria and Hungary.
The definite composition of the groups is this:
Group To: France, Romania, Albania, Switzerland.
Group B: England, Russia, Wales, Slovakia.
Group C: Germany, Ukraine, Poland, Northern Ireland.
Group D: Spain, Croatia, Czech Republic, Turkey.
Group And: Belgium, Italy, Republic of Ireland, Sweden.
Group F: Portugal, Iceland, Austria, Hungary.