U21 EURO: who's suspended and who could miss semi-finals?

With two full rounds of fixtures completed at the U21 EURO, there are a number of players suspended for the third group games or a booking away from missing a possible semi-final.

Serbia midfielder Marko Grujić is suspended for Friday's game against Spain
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Suspended for the final group games

Portugal: Bruno Fernandes, Ruben Semedo (playing FYR Macedonia on Friday)
Serbia: Marko Grujić, Radovan Pankov* (playing Spain on Friday)

One yellow card away from a ban (before matchday three)

Group A
England: Lewis Baker, Jacob Murphy, James Ward-Prowse
Poland: Jan Bednarek, Dawid Kownacki, Karol Linetty, Jarosław Niezgoda
Slovakia: Matúš Bero, Róbert Mazáň, Pavol Šafranko, Milan Škriniar
Sweden: Paweł Cibicki, Filip Dagerstål, Melker Hallberg, Kristoffer Olsson, Carlos Strandberg, Linus Wahlqvist

Portugal's Bruma is a booking from a ban
Portugal's Bruma is a booking from a ban©Sportsfile

Group B
FYR Macedonia: Eljif Elmas, Kire Markoski
Portugal: Bruma, Rúben Neves, Gonçalo Paciência
Serbia: Nemanja Antonov, Mijat Gačinović, Milan Gajić, Vukašin Jovanović, Vanja Milinković-Savić, Srdjan Plavšić, Miloš Veljković
Spain: Dani Ceballos, Jorge Meré

Group C
Czech Republic: Marek Havlík, Michal Hubínek, Jakub Jankto, Michal Trávník
Denmark: Patrick Banggaard, Lasse Vigen Christensen, Mikkel Duelund, Frederik Holst, Christian Nørgaard
Germany: Gideon Jung, Niklas Stark, Jeremy Toljan
Italy: Domenico Berardi, Danilo Cataldi, Alberto Cerri, Andrea Conti

In accordance with the official competition regulations, a player earns a suspension for the next competition match after two cautions in two different matches at the final tournament, including after the fourth caution. Single cautions from matches in the final tournament expire on completion of the group phase and are not carried forward to the semi-finals.

*Suspended for at least one match

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