Turkey and Croatia face off at the Parc des Princes Paris in European Championships (Euro 2016). The  live streaming of the match will be telecast of the SonySIX network. Indian viewers can watch the Live Streaming of the match on SonyLiv.com at 6.30 IST. Both sides have some recognised faces who have propelled their side to this stage of the competition. The atmosphere of the stadium is expected to be electric in the stadium. It will be  Also Read: EURO CUP 2016 schedule
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Fatih Terim has taken over the Turkish side for the third time and they have been in fine form during the build up to Euro 2016. They now have good quality in defense and attack and have what it takes to go deep in the tournament. Burak Yilmaz is expected to lead the line and football fans will know the striker, who now plies his trade in China as a player who has pace and power; he had a superb Champions League campaign for Galatasaray in 2013. After missing out on two big tournaments in a stretch, the side are back and their big tournament experience puts them in good stead. In 2008, their last tournament, they were knocked out in the last few minutes of the match by Germany courtesy a Philip Lahm goal. Also Read - Euro 2016: Eiffel Tower closed today after Euro 2016 clashes

Croatia and Turkey faced off in the European Championships in 2008, where the Turks emerged victors through a penalty shootout. Croatia have two powerhouse midfielders in the centre of the park — Luca Modric and Ivan Rakitic — who are pivotal to the side’s progress in the tournament. Modric and Rakitic play for the two best clubs in the world and in Mario Mandzukix, have a striker who can finish chances whenever an opportunity presents itself. Croats are marginal favourites in this tie. Also Read - Euro 2016 Final: Yuvraj Singh, Chris Gayle and other cricketers celebrate Portugal's win over France



Goalkeepers Volkan Babacan (Basaksehir), Onur Recep Kivrak (Trabzonspor), Harun Tekin (Bursaspor) Defenders: Gokhan Gonul (Fenerbahce), Ahmet Calik (Genclerbirligi), Sener Ozbayrakli (Fenerbahce), Hakan Balta (Galatasaray), Mehmet Topal (Fenerbahce), Semih Kaya (Galatasaray), Ismail Koybasi (Besiktas), Caner Erkin (Fenerbahce) Midfielders: Emre Mor (Nordsjaelland), Volkan Sen (Fenerbahce), Hakan Calhanoglu (Leverkusen), Nuri Sahin (Dortmund), Oguzhan Ozyakup (Besiktas), Ozan Tufan (Fenerbahce), Selcuk Inan (Galatasaray), Arda Turan (Barcelona), Olcay Sahan (Besiktas)  Forwards Burak Yilmaz (Beijing Guoan), Cenk Tosun (Besiktas), Yunus Malli (FSV Mainz 05)


Goalkeepers Danijel Subasic (Monaco), Lovre Kalinic (Hajduk Split), Ivan Vargic (Rijeka) Defenders Vedran Corluka (Lokomotiv Moscow), Darijo Srna (Shakhtar Donetsk), Domagoj Vida (Dynamo Kiev), Sime Vrsaljko (Sassuolo), Gordon Schildenfeld (Dinamo Zagreb), Ivan Strinic (Napoli), Tin Jedvaj (Bayer Leverkusen) Midfielders Luka Modric, Mateo Kovacic (both Real Madrid), Ivan Rakitic (Barcelona), Marcelo Brozovic (Inter Milan), Ivan Perisic (Inter Milan), Milan Badelj (Fiorentina), Marko Rog (Dinamo Zagreb), Ante Coric (Dinamo Zagreb) Forwards Mario Mandzukic (Juventus), Nikola Kalinic (Fiorentina), Marko Pjaca (Dinamo Zagreb), Duje Cop (Dinamo Zagreb), Andrej Kramaric (Hoffenheim)