Portugal take on Austria in their second group game at the Parc des Princes in Paris on Saturday (18 June).
Where to watch live
Kick-off is at 8pm BST. Live TV coverage in the UK is available on BBC One. Radio commentary is available on BBC Radio 5 live. Live TV coverage in India is available on Sony Six and Sony ESPN, with mobile and online coverage available on SonyLiv. Kick-off is at 12.30am IST (Sunday).
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Portugal and Austria were shocked in their opening encounters with Iceland and Hungary respectively. The former were expected to beat the minnows in their opening encounter, but were held to a draw much to the disappointment of Fernando Santos. The Portuguese will be keen to get back to winning ways and get their campaign back on track, as a loss to Austria could jeopardise their prospects of qualifying to the Round of 16.
The Austrians, on the other hand, suffered a shock 2-0 loss at the hands of Hungary. Marcel Koller's side were touted to be one of the dark horses of the tournament, but now have to get a result against Portugal to have a chance to progress to the next round.
Portugal are 3-2 down in the head-to-head record between the two teams and will look to set that right when they face each other in Paris on Saturday. Meanwhile, Cristiano Ronaldo is set to make a record 128th appearance for Portugal against the Austrians.
- Portugal to win
Betting odds (betfair)
- Portugal to win: 17/20
- Draw: 5/2
- Austria to win: 4
What manager's say
Fernando Santos (Portugal): Austria are a very strong team. It's not for nothing that they're in the top ten in the FIFA rankings. Over the last four or five years they have developed and the personnel has mainly stayed the same. They're strong in attack and have many players with great qualities and technical ability. They are very different to Iceland.
Marcel Koller (Austria): We have to play differently to how we did in the defeat by Hungary. We've analysed it and tried to learn from it, but we need to be more clinical with our chances, play more calmly and be more compact defensively. It's the little things that decide games at this level, and you have to do these little things better than your opponents.
Possible XI: Rui Patrício; Vieirinha, Carvalho, Pepe, Guerreiro; André Gomes, Danilo, João Moutinho, Quaresma; Nani, Ronaldo.
Possible XI: Almer; Klein, Prödl, Hinteregger, Fuchs; Alaba, Baumgartlinger; Harnik, Sabitzer, Arnautović; Janko.