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Portugal out to spoil France's party

The French feel it is their destiny to win, but Portugal is peaking at the right time and may just be the party pooper

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FRENCH PRIDE RIDES HIGH: France supporters on a high after their side beat Germany in Thursday's semi-final.

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FRENCH PRIDE RIDES HIGH: Portugal midfielder Renato Sanches could trouble the French defence at the final.

AFTER 107 goals from 50 matches played in 10 stadiums in France over the past 30 days, the world is ready to witness the coronation of European football's newest champion.

The Euro 2016 tournament returns to the venue where it all began, the 81,388-seater Stade de France in Paris, where

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