Cavani was in visible pain when he was substituted in the 74th minute during a 2-1 win over Portugal in the last-16 on Saturday after he scored both of Uruguay's goals.
"I learnt that in Italy when I worked there".
The two used to be team-mates at Paris Saint-Germain before the 31-year-old Frenchman moved to Juventus last year.
"But I think we have a really good defense to control him - but not just one player, the (whole) France team".
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"I know it's complicated because the injury isn't easy and because there are few days left to recover, but I know that the desire, the attitude and the commitment he'll have to be there, although it doesn't depend much on him". "But there are injuries that can be quickly healed and others for which there is no miracle cure".
When it comes to Cavani, though, Suarez says it is unclear at the moment whether he will be able to face Didier Deschamps' side. You don't easily replace one of the best attackers in the world.
However, the three goals France conceded despite an ineffective performance from Messi should give Uruguay hope that they can at least get on the scoresheet and add to their seven goals in the tournament.
"We want to stop them playing, make their strikers uncomfortable, that's our weapon".
"We have played without Edinson already, during qualification, and the team adapted to the situation", explained Suarez.