Romania face Switzerland in their second game of Euro 2016. Anghel Iordanescu's men were heading for a draw against hosts France until a Payet rocket robbed them of three points in the Euro 2016 opener, and enter this game desperate for a result.
Switzerland beat Albania 1-0 in their opening fixture and are less pressured to get a result - but they'll also be keen to put qualification to the final 16 beyond doubt without having to rely on their third group game against favourites France.
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