WE ROUND UP THE LATEST NEWS FROM THE EUROS IN FRANCE
BALE HOPES TO MAKE HIS INFLUENCE COUNT
Gareth Bale hopes to have an even greater influence at the Euros and help Wales qualify for the knockout stages. The Real Madrid star has already scored twice but hopes to fire Wales to another victory today against Russia. Bale said: “We’ve defended amazingly but, if we get the ball down and play more, hopefully I can influence it a bit more.”
LEWANDOWSKI HOPES TO BREAK HIS DUCK
Robert Lewandowski hopes he can finally find the back of the net and help Poland reach the last-16 in France. The Bayern Munich striker said: “It would be good to get a goal, but I haven’t had any chances. I hope to score against Ukraine [tomorrow], but more than that, I hope we win and go through.”
MODRIC SET TO MISS CLASH WITH SPAIN
Croatia are set to be without star midfielder Luka Modric for tomorrow’s crunch clash with Spain. Luka Modric is nursing a muscle injury and is doubtful to play in the decisive Group D match. Croatia need at least a draw to advance to the last-16.