Tomas Rosicky: Now a free-agent, Rosicky will be hoping to continue his good form for the national team. Rosicky once again had an injury plagued season, however, a string of good performances (and good health) might see the Czech ace the subject of transfer enquiries after the tournament.
Spain became the first team to successfully defend a European championship with their 4-0 victory over Italy in Kiev, should they replicate that success in Paris, they would have won 4 out of the past 5 major tournaments in the past 8 years.
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De Gea starts as Spain get Euro 2016 defence underway
David De Gea: The Manchester United goalkeeper starts La Roja’s first game of their European Championship defence under close scrutiny. After his name flooded the back pages of every sports publication, De Gea finds himself under the microscope. Having strongly denied allegations made against him, De Gea will be hoping that Vicente del Bosque's support of him ahead of Iker Casillas gives him a chance to focus on football.
Premier League interest…
Spain: David De Gea (Manchester United); Hector Bellerin (Arsenal), Cesar Azpilicueta (Chelsea); David Silva (Manchester City), Pedro, Cesc Fabregas (both Chelsea).
Czech Republic: Petr Cech (Arsenal)
Arsenal's Petr Cech starts for the Czech Republic (Getty)
Czech Republic 0 Spain 2 – Euro 2012 Qualifying Round, Group Stage
Spain 2 Czech Republic 1 – Euro 2012 Qualifying Round, Group Stage
Spain 1 Czech Republic 0 – FIFA World Cup ’98 Qualifying Round, Group Stage
Kick-off: Monday 13 June at 14:00.
TV: Live on ITV from 13:30.
Source : http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/international/spain-vs-czech-republic-live-itv-euro-2016-what-time-does-it-start-what-channel-is-it-on-a7079476.html