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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Euro 2016 countdown as France prepares to host summer showdown

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop has selected his pick for Euro 2016.

The countdown starts now ... Just 50 days remain until Euro 2016 kicks off and ESPN FC have specialised bloggers covering all the countries. Here are their pre-tournament thoughts:

ALBANIA: After narrowly losing to Austria in a revealing pre-tournament friendly, an air of uncertainty hangs around the Albanian national team. Supporters know their side harbour no inferiority complex in confronting more seasoned European nations. Yet some fans question if this side will be brave enough to topple...

Zenit St Petersburg's Danny injures knee, out of Portugal's Euro 2016

Danny, right, was injured in Saturday's match against Spartak.

Zenit St Petersburg midfielder Danny has been ruled out of Portugal's Euro 2016 campaign after tearing ligaments in his knee on Saturday against Spartak Moscow.

The club confirmed the news on Monday, stating the player suffered a rupture to the anterior cruciate ligament in the right knee that will require surgery.

 By Mark Rodden

Monaco, Portugal defender Fabio Coentrao set to miss Euro 2016

Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 56th goal for Portugal in a 2-1 win over Belgium.
The ESPN FC crew debate which countries have the biggest chance of winning the European Championship in France this summer.

Fabio Coentrao is set to miss the rest of the Ligue 1 season for Monaco and Portugal's European Championship this summer due to a thigh injury.

Coentrao, 28, injured his right thigh during training last week and will be out of action for between three to six months, Monaco said in a statement.

The left-back, who is on loan from Real Madrid, will undergo surgery in Finland next week.

The former Benfica player has been dogged by injury problems since moving to the principality last August. Coentrao...