Adrian Chiles is joined by Roy Keane, Patrick Vieira and Gareth Southgate in Warsaw's picturesque Old Town on the opening day of Euro 2012. Russia and the Czech Republic meet in Wroclaw with both teams laying claim to a rich history in the tournament. The former Soviet Union won the first competition in 1960 and also finished runners-up three times. The former Czechoslovakia won the 1976 tournament, while the Czech Republic reached the final at Wembley in 1996 and were semi-finalists at Euro 2004 in Portugal. Petr Cech, one of the heroes in Chelsea's Champions League success last month, is sure to play a key role for the Czech Republic. Commentary comes from Peter Drury and Jim Beglin
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