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Minute by Minute: France – Italy

SoccerNews in European Championships, Ligue 1, Serie A 17 Jun 2008

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Group C of Euro 2008 climaxes on Tuesday as France and Italy square off in Zurich in a rematch of the 2006 World Cup final. SoccerWay keeps you up to date as both sides look to stave off elimination.

Current score: Kickoff at 20:45 CET
More match information: Here.

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Pre-Game: If you want to keep your focus here, we will provide updates from the other match in this group from Bern between the Netherlands and Romania.

Pre-Game: For Raymond Domenech and France, there are three changes to the side that was hammered 4-1 by the Dutch. Eric Abidal is back at left-back for Patrice Evra, François Clerc sees his first action at right-back for Willy Sagnol, and Florent Malouda is withdrawn for Karim Benzema.

Pre-Game: Italy manager Roberto Donadoni makes just two switches from the team that drew 1-1 with Romania as Gennaro Gattuso returns to the team in place of Mauro Camoranesi and Antonio Cassano goes from the start in attack with Alessandro Del Piero relegated to the bench.

Pre-Game: Both Italy and France will make it to the quarter-finals with a victory and if Romania drop points against the Netherlands. If Romania win, both of these teams would be eliminated. If Italy and France draw and Romania lose to the Dutch, then goal difference and other permutations would come into play to determine which of the three would go through with Holland. In fact, Romania can still get through with a loss provided the result here is a 0-0 draw. We will be sure to keep you posted.

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