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Full-time: That's it. The referee blows the whistle for full-time. France go out with a whimper, hardly creating a chance. Spain were comfortable - if not impressive - throughout. They will play Portugal in the semi-finals on Wednesday.
Goal! Xabi Alonso scores again! Sends Lloris the wrong way from the spot and Spain are in the semi-finals.
Penalty! Pedro with a stepover in the box and he is fouled by Reveillere.
Cazorla comes on to replace Iniesta.
Billy has been in touch on Twitter. He says: 'I would love a France goal now to spice up the game a bit more!'
Blanc's final throw of the dice. Giroud is on for M'Vila.
Menez is booked for dissent. He will miss the semi-final if France make it.
Torres is on for Fabregas.
Pedro is coming on to replace Silva.
Nasri replaces Malouda.
Menez is on for Debuchy.
Half-time: Spain keep the ball until the whistle blows, appropriately enough. It's been a controlled display from the champions. France have had as much of the ball as they would have anticipated but have failed to create a chance. Blanc will have to change this eventually but how long does he leave it?
Both players hit the deck but it's Cabaye who is booked for a foul on Busquets.
Ramos is booked for the foul.
Goal! Xabi Alonso scores!
Roland has been in touch on Twitter. He says: 'The game can go either way. Spain can win if they start strong and keep the possession. France can win if they are quick on counter.'
Pete is a big Fabregas fan. He says: 'I believe he will come into his own tonight as the system the Spanish are adopting will allow him to make plenty of forward runs and Cesc is devastating in front of goal. Spain to win 3-1 with a Fabregas hat-trick.'
Ross says: 'I think this not playing with a recognised striker is a very intelligent tactic as they will dominate proceedings and with Cesc Fabregas on the park he has proved he can score all kind of goals. Also David Silva's scoring record for Spain is very impressive! Spain to win 2-1 - Fabregas and Xavi! Benzeman might open the scoring though!!'
Gerry has been in touch from Miami. He says: 'I think this game will end 1-1 after 90 mins and I take France to edge it in extra-time as Spain will find it difficult to score goals playing a system without a recognised striker. Benzema to open his account today with Iniesta replying for Spain.'
Our friends at Sky Bet make Spain 4/5 favourites to win in 90 minutes with France at 4/1. The draw is 12/5. In terms of qualifying for the semi-final, Spain are 4/11 and France 21/10.
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