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15/10/201414:13UEFA.com newsdesk

After Saturday's 2-1 win against Portugal, France flew to Yerevan, where the UEFA EURO 2016 hosts will meet Armenia looking for a fourth victory in as many meetings with the home side. Players with Armenian roots – father and son Jean and Youri Djorkaeff, and the latter's fellow 1998 FIFA World Cup winner Alain Boghossian – and the team was greeted to an official reception by France's ambassador to Armenia Henry Reynaud, who said: "You are here as friends and you are the ambassadors." On the field, coach Didier Deschamps is expected to make more changes to his team to "give playing time" to some squad members. Karim Benzema's slight toe injury might mean André-Pierre Gignac gets a chance up front.

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