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Portugal supporters in Nottingham prepare to cheer team ahead of Euro 2016 finals

Tonight as hosts France are taking on Portugal at the finals of Euro 2016, Portuguese communities across the Midlands are preparing to watch the game.

This restaurant in Nottingham will be watching, as they have all tournament, and they are hoping the underdogs will produce the shock of the tournament:

Some very young fans are hoping the score tonight stands at 2-0 to Portugal:

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Vardy misses out on starting place for Wales game

England manager Roy Hodgson has named an unchanged line up for today's Euro 2016 Group B game with Wales. Meaning once again Leicester striker Jamie Vardy is named as a substitute.

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Birmingham man jailed after Euro games violence

A Birmingham man has been jailed and banned from France after throwing bottles during England's Euro 2016 opener.

Fans clashed in Marseille over the weekend Credit: Reuters

Ashley Kelly, 26, is amongst the first England supporters to be prosecuted after violence in Marseille over the weekend.

The construction worker was jailed for three months and prevented from travelling to France for two years.

It's after the single father was found to have thrown seven bottles during disorder at the Stade Velodrome.

A total of six England fans have been charged over the trouble, including a 16-year-old accused of throwing bottles during the chaotic scenes.

Home Secretary Theresa May said England fans involved in the "indefensible"violence in Marseille have let their country down.

UEFA branded the behaviour of both England and Russia fans before and after the game "unacceptable" and said it would not hesitate to impose additional sanctions.

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