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Euro 2016, Day 10 – Group A – Live TV Coverage on BBC, BBC.co.uk/sport

Euro 2016, Day 10 – Group A – Live TV Coverage on BBC, BBC.co.uk/sport

Group A of Euro 2016 will come to a conclusion this evening as Switzerland take on the host nation France and Romania host Albania.

Switzerland v France takes place at Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille with live TV coverage on BBC One and BBC One HD from 7.30pm.

These nations also faced each other in the final match of the group stage at Euro 2004 in Portugal, and on that occasion it was the French who emerged triumphant as they recorded a 3-1 win.

If that doesn’t leave the Swiss feeling as though they have a score to settle, then the 5-2 trouncing they suffered in a group-stage match at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil surely must, especially given that the two goals they managed to score came during the last 10 minutes, when it had effectively ceased to be much of a contest.

Romania host Albania at the Stade de Lyon, live on BBC Four from 7.30pm.

Romania have largely dominated this fixture over the years, winning 11 of the 16 matches that have taken place dating back to 1946, with their record victory being a 6-0 thrashing in 1950.

Both matches kick-off at 8.00pm, and will be streamed live via the BBC Sport website.

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