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Who's suspended and who's a booking from a ban?

Which players are suspended for their teams' second games at UEFA EURO 2016 and who are a booking away from a ban? EURO2016.com has all the disciplinary latest.

Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini (left) is a booking from a ban
Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini (left) is a booking from a ban ©AFP/Getty Images

Two players – Albania's Lorik Cana and Austria's Aleksandar Dragović – will be suspended for their teams' second UEFA EURO 2016 fixtures. There are plenty of others walking the disciplinary tightrope, though. All the following will be banned for matchday three should they pick up a booking next time out.

One booking away from a UEFA EURO 2016 suspension
Group A

Albania: Ergys Kaçe, Burim Kukeli, Mërgim Mavraj
France: Olivier Giroud
Romania: Vlad Chiricheş, Adrian Popa, Răzvan Raţ
Switzerland: Valon Behrami, Fabian Schär

Group B
England: Gary Chaill
Russia: Georgi Schennikov
Slovakia: Patrik Hrošovský, Juraj Kucka, Róbert Mak, Martin Škrtel, Vladimír Weiss

Group C
Northern Ireland: Craig Cathcart
Poland: Łukasz Piszczek, Bartosz Kapustka
Ukraine: Yevhen Konoplyanka

Group D
Croatia: Ivan Strinić
Czech Republic: David Limberský
Turkey: Hakan Balta, Volkan Şen, Cenk Tosun

Group E
Belgium: Jan Vertonghen
Italy: Leonardo Bonucci, Giorgio Chiellini, Éder, Thiago Motta
Republic of Ireland: James McCarthy, Glenn Whelan
Sweden: Victor Lindelöf

Group F
Hungary: Krisztián Németh
Iceland: Birkir Bjarnason, Alfred Finnbogason

Article 48.04 of the official regulations: Single cautions from matches in the final tournament expire on completion of the quarter-finals. They are not carried forward to the semi-finals.