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Cristiano Ronaldo is finally welcomed to Euro 2016 this evening as Portugal and Iceland round off matchday one.

The winger has missed all but one of his country’s qualifying match-ups but is expected to the thrust straight into action in Saint-Ettiene.

Portugal are the favourites for Group F but will be wary of determined opposition looking to produce an upset.

Iceland are the smallest nation ever to make the Euros but believe they have the team spirit and discipline to produce the biggest shock of the group stage so far.

Here is all that you need to know…

What are the odds Portugal vs Iceland Live Stream?

Portugal: 1/2

Draw: 3/1

Iceland: 8/1

Odds supplied by Unibet.

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Cristiano Ronaldo on Portugal’s chances: “That (the 2004 final) was a difficult moment, because losing a match, especially in Portugal, against Greece – we knew we had a unique opportunity to become European champions.

“But that’s a part of football. Football has taught me a lot of things: nothing is certain.

“What is true today can be a lie tomorrow, a team can be very good one day and awful the next. So it’s all part of that.

“If it happened, it’s because God willed it and we have to think about the future: that the future of the national team will be positive and Portugal will win big things, like a European Championship or a World Cup.”