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Euro 2016: Gunners on collision course

Euro 2015

No fewer than 16 Gunners could feature for their countries in Euro 2015. Find out which players could pontentially play in France. 

 

Olivier Giroud France Mathieu Debuchy, Laurent Koscielny, Olivier GiroudGroup A: France, Romania, Albania, SwitzerlandArsenal trio Mathieu Debuchy, Laurent Koscielny and Olivier Giroud will be hoping to feature when the Euro 2016 hosts kick off the tournament against Romania in Saint-Denis on Friday, June 10. Next up for Les Bleus is Albania, in Marseille on Wednesday, June 15, before Didier Deschamps’ side play Switzerland in Lille four days later.

 

 

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain EnglandCalum Chambers, Kieran Gibbs, Jack Wilshere, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott, Danny Welbeck, Aaron RamseyGroup B: England, Russia, Wales, SlovakiaNo fewer than six Arsenal players are in contention for a place in England’s Euro 2016 squad. Roy Hodgson’s side kick off against Russia in Marseille on June 11 before facing Aaron Ramsey’s Wales in Lens five days later. England then face Slovakia, who Wales begin their campaign against, in Saint-Etienne on June 20. Wales finish up against Russia in Toulouse.

 

 

Mesut Ozil GermanyMesut Ozil, Wojciech SzczesnyGroup C: Germany, Ukraine, Poland, Northern IrelandMesut Ozil’s Germany kick off against Ukraine in Lille on Sunday June 12. Next up for the world champions is a match against Wojciech Szczesny’s Poland in Saint-Denis before they take on Northern Ireland in Paris. Poland kick off against Michael O’Neill’s men and play fellow Euro 2012 co-hosts Ukraine last.

 

 

Santi Cazorla SpainSanti Cazorla, Hector Bellerin, Nacho Monreal, Petr CechGroup D: Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey, CroatiaPetr Cech’s Czech Republic start their Euro 2015 campaign against Spain and could potentially face some familiar faces in Nacho Monreal, Hector Bellerin and Santi Cazorla on Monday, June 13. Los Rojas take on Turkey four days later while Czech Republic face Croatia before Vicente del Bosque’s side swap opposition with Pavel Vrba’s men for their final group game.

 

Group E: Belgium, Italy, Republic of Ireland, Sweden

There is no Arsenal representation in Group E.

Group F: Portugal, Iceland, Austria, Hungary

There is no Arsenal representation in Group F.

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