MX23RW : Wednesday, July 28 19:48:52| >> :600:1645187:1645187:
Jun 22, 2016 at 5pm UK at Stade de Lyon
Gera (19'), Dzsudzsak (47', 55')
FT(HT: 1-1)
Nani (42'), Ronaldo (50', 62')

Team News: Two changes for Portugal as Hungary shuffle pack ahead of Group F finale

Portugal make two alterations to their starting XI ahead of their Euro 2016 Group F clash against Hungary on Wednesday, while the Magyars make six changes in Lyon.

Portugal have made two changes to their starting XI ahead of their Euro 2016 Group F clash against Hungary on Wednesday.

Eliseu is drafted in for the injured Raphael Guerreiro and Joao Mario replaces Ricardo Quaresma, who drops to the bench, while Andre Gomes has passed a late fitness test.

Hungary, meanwhile, make six changes to their side as Mihaly Korhut is in for Tamas Kadar, Akos Elek replaces Laszlo Kleinheisler, Adam Pinter is in for Adam Nagy, Adam Szalai is in for Tamas Priskin and Gergo Lovrencsics replaces Zoltan Stieber.

The side that finishes second in Group F will take on England in the last 16 of the competition.

Hungary: Kiraly, Lang, Juhasz, Guzmics, Korhut, Pinter, Elek, Lovrencsics, Gera, Dzsudzsak, Szalai

Portugal: Rui Patricio, Vieirinha, Pepe, Carvalho, Eliseu, William Carvalho, Joao Mario, Moutinho, Andre Gomes, Nani, Ronaldo

Follow all the action from the Stade de Lyon with Sports Mole's live match commentary.

ID:275317: cacheID:275317:1false2false3false:QQ:: from db desktop :LenBod:restore:3427:
Restore Data
Share this article now:
Did you know...?
Cristiano Ronaldo during the Euro 2016 Group F game between Portugal and Iceland on June 14, 2016
Read Next:
Santos: 'Ronaldo will score against Hungary'

rhs 2.0
Olympic medal table header
CountryGold medalSilver MedalBronze MedalT
United StatesUnited States1011930
Olympics flagOlympic Athletes from Russia78520
Great BritainGreat Britain56516
Today's Olympic highlights header

Thursday's key events

· Comeback queen and super-mum Helen Glover goes for her third Olympic gold alongside Polly Swann in the women's pair final (1.30am)
· There is also a medal on offer for GB pair Emily Craig and Imogen Grant in the lightweight women's double scull final (2.10am)

· As second-fastest qualifier for the final, Team GB's James Wilby is among the medal contenders in the men's 200m breaststroke (2.44am)
· Alys Thomas takes part in the women's 200m butterfly final, although he faces a difficult task to challenge for the medals (3.28am)
· Caeleb Dressel of the USA has been touted by some as the successor to Michael Phelps, and he has the chance to notch up a fourth Olympic gold in the men's 100m freestyle final (3.37am)

· After Team GB's men narrowly missed out on a medal, the women get their campaign underway against the Russian Olympic Committee (3am) and New Zealand (10.30am)

· It is a Great Britain vs. Netherlands double-header, with the men up first in Pool B (4.15am)
· Most eyes will be on the women's showdown between the two nations, though, as Netherlands - the world's best team - look to gain revenge on GB for defeat in the 2016 Olympic final (11am)

· Mallory Franklin takes part in the women's canoe semi-final, and will hope to do enough to qualify for the final later in the day (6am-8.45am)

· With Simone Biles now out of the women's all-around final, the competition has been blown wide open. Team GB twins Jessica and Jennifer Gadirova are among those taking part (11.50am-2.05pm)

> Today's schedule in full
Todays Game Header Right

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Transfer Talk Daily
Match previews - twice weekly
Morning Briefing (7am UTC)
Ultra close-up image of Kevin De Bruyne [NOT FOR USE IN ARTICLES]Get the latest transfer news, match previews and news direct to your inbox!