Uruguay's leading forward Luis Suarez is confident his team can cope without his striking partner Edison Cavani, who looks likely to miss Friday's quarter-final match against France, in comments from Nizhny Novgorod on Tuesday. «We feel it as a group, but at least there are other players who can compete at the same level or even better than Edi,» Suarez told members of the press. «Uruguay... Еще depends mostly on collective effort and on the work which we do on the pitch,» he added. The Paris Saint-Germain striker limped off after scoring the winning goal against Portugal in their last-16 win and was the only player not to take part in Tuesday's training session. Suarez also put his side's success down to «collective» effort, rather than over-reliance on one player, drawing comparisons with other big teams that failed to make it past the early stages of the tournament. Uruguay will face France in the quarter-final in Nizhny Novgorod on Friday, July 6.