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Group A: TURKEY

Group H record: P10 W7 D2 L1 F18 A3
Qualifying top scorer: Cenk Tosun (5)
UEFA EURO best: semi-finals (2008)
UEFA EURO 2016: group stage
Key player: Cenk Tosun
Güneş knows how to get the best out of Turkey’s attacking focal point, having been the Everton striker’s boss during a successful spell at Beşiktaş. Not outstandingly quick or giant of stature, but a hard worker and a thoroughbred finisher.

Group A: ITALY

Group J record: P10 W10 D0 L0 F37 A4
Qualifying top scorer: Andrea Belotti (5)
UEFA EURO best: winners (1968)
UEFA EURO 2016: quarter-finals, lost to Germany on penalties
Key player: Marco Verratti
Like his coach, the midfielder is yet to match his club form with the national team. Mancini’s possession-based football, however, seems just perfect for the Paris man.
One to watch: Gianluigi Donnarumma
At 20, goalkeeper Donnarumma is already a veteran, having been playing first-team football for years, but he has some big gloves to fill as he looks to replace Gianluigi Buffon.

Group A: WALES

Group E record: P8 W4 D2 L2 F10 A6
Qualifying top scorers: Gareth Bale (2), Kieffer Moore (2), Aaron Ramsey (2)
UEFA EURO best: semi-finals (2016)
UEFA EURO 2016: semi-finals
Key player: Gareth Bale
Despite turning 30 in the summer, Bale remains the team talisman and is the all-time record marksman for Wales. A huge influence on and off the field, the Real Madrid star has scored crucial goals throughout his international career since his debut in 2006.

Group A: SWITZERLAND 

Group D record: P8 W5 D2 L1 F19 A6
Qualifying top scorer: Cédric Itten (3)
UEFA EURO best: round of 16 (2016)
UEFA EURO 2016: round of 16, lost 5-4 on pens to Poland after 1-1 draw
Key player: Granit Xhaka
A tough tackler with excellent vision, Xhaka is the glue that binds this Switzerland side together. The Swiss were beating Denmark 3-0 when he was withdrawn late on – they drew 3-3.

Group B: DENMARK

Group D record: P8 W4 D4 L0 F23 A6
Qualifying top scorer: Christian Eriksen (5)
UEFA EURO best: winners (1992)
UEFA EURO 2016: did not qualify
Key player: Christian Eriksen
Fast approaching 100 caps, the 27-year-old is among the world’s best attacking midfielders, a technical player who makes Denmark tick.

Group B: FINLAND

Group J record: P10 W6 D0 L4 F16 A10
Qualifying top scorer: Teemu Pukki (10)
UEFA EURO best: N/A
UEFA EURO 2016: did not qualify
Key player: Teemu Pukki
Long earmarked as a player of great goalscoring talent, Pukki has found another gear since joining Norwich in 2018. His goals have powered Finland’s recent success.

Group B: BELGIUM

Group I record: P10 W10 D0 L0 F40 A3
Qualifying top scorer: Romelu Lukaku (7)
UEFA EURO best: runners-up (1980)
UEFA EURO 2016: quarter-finals, lost 3-1 to Wales
Key player: Eden Hazard
Now at Real Madrid, the pacy, skilful attacking midfielder has made more than 100 Belgium appearances at 28, and can score goals as well as provide them.
One to watch: Youri Tielemans
A relatively youthful 22 in a side packed with established talent, Leicester’s versatile midfielder has a venomous shot from distance as well as great distribution.

Group B: RUSSIA

Group I record: P10 W8 D0 L2 F33 A8
Qualifying top scorer: Artem Dzyuba (9)
UEFA EURO best: winner (1960, as USSR), semi-finals (2008)
UEFA EURO 2016: group stage
Key player: Artem Dzyuba
Zenit’s tall centre-forward is Russia’s captain and their top scorer among active internationals with 24 goals.

Group C: NETHERLANDS

Group C record: P8 W6 D1 L1 F24 A7
Qualifying top scorer: Georginio Wijnaldum (8)
UEFA EURO best: winners (1988)
UEFA EURO 2016: did not qualify
Key player: Memphis Depay
The Oranje have plenty of squad depth but much of the attacking burden falls on the powerful Lyon forward, an indefatigable runner with a fearsome right foot.
One to watch: Donny van de Beek
Identikit premium Ajax midfielder, 22: excellent control, eye for a pass, busy between the lines and with an unerring ability to time his runs into the box.

Group C: UKRAINE

Group A record: P8 W6 D2 L0 F17 A4
Qualifying top scorer: Roman Yaremchuk (4)
European Cup best: group stage (2012, 2016)
UEFA EURO 2016: group stage
Key player: Andriy Yarmolenko
Ukraine’s current top marksman with 36 goals (only Shevchenko, on 48, has more), Yarmolenko is on fire again after returning from a long-term injury.

Group C: AUSTRIA

Group G record: P10 W6 D1 L3 F19 A9
Qualifying top scorer: Marko Arnautović (6)
UEFA EURO best: group stage (2008, 2016)
UEFA EURO 2016: group stage
Key player: Marko Arnautović
Austria have had difficulties unlocking defences over the past couple of years, but in China-based Arnautović they have a forward who invariably finds the key.

Group D: ENGLAND

Group A record: P8 W7 D0 L1 F37 A6
Qualifying top scorer: Harry Kane (12)
UEFA EURO best: third place (1968)
UEFA EURO 2016: round of 16, lost 2-1 to Iceland
Key player: Raheem Sterling
Has gone from tricky winger to predatory forward at Manchester City under Josep Guardiola. Ten goals in his last ten England appearances.
One to watch: Jadon Sancho
England have arguably not had a player since Wayne Rooney who has been this advanced in their development at just 19.

Group D: CROATIA

Group E record: P8 W5 D2 L1 F17 A7
Qualifying top scorer: Bruno Petković (4)
UEFA EURO best: quarter-finals (1996, 2008)
UEFA EURO 2016: round of 16, lost 1-0 aet to Portugal
Key player: Luka Modrić
The 2018 Ballon d’Or winner has collected over 120 caps for his country, not only captaining the side but setting the midfield tempo with his vision, energy and slick passing.

Group D: CZECH REPUBLIC

Group A record: P8 W5 D0 L3 F13 A11
Qualifying top scorer: Patrik Schick (4)
UEFA EURO best: winners (1976, as Czechoslovakia)
UEFA EURO 2016: group stage
Key player: Vladimír Darida
All-action midfielder who plies his trade at Hertha Berlin. He leads by example and inspired October’s surprise victory over England.

Group E: SPAIN

Group F record: P10 W8 D2 L0 F31 A5
Qualifying top scorer: Álvaro Morata, Sergio Ramos, Rodrigo (4)
UEFA EURO best: winners (1964, 2008, 2012)
UEFA EURO 2016: round of 16, lost 2-0 to Italy
Key player: Sergio Ramos
The glue that holds the defence together, Ramos also jointly tops the Spain scoring charts after pulling rank on penalty duty.
One to watch: Fabián Ruiz
One from the Spanish midfield playmaker conveyor belt, he inspired Spain to EURO Under-21 glory this summer just gone.

Group E: SWEDEN

Group F record: P10 W6 D3 L1 F23 A9
Qualifying top scorer: Robin Quaison (5)
UEFA EURO best: semi-finals (1992)
UEFA EURO 2016: group stage
Key player: Robin Olsen
The Cagliari custodian’s reach, physique and safe hands have time and again proven invaluable for Sweden.

Group E: POLAND

Group G record: P10 W8 D1 L1 F18 A5
Qualifying top scorer: Robert Lewandowski (6)
UEFA EURO best: quarter-finals (2016)
UEFA EURO 2016: quarter-finals, lost to Portugal on penalties
Key player: Robert Lewandowski
Poland’s most-capped player and all-time leading scorer, the Bayern striker remains one of the game’s most lethal predators.

Group F: PORTUGAL

Group B record: P8 W5 D2 L1 F22 A6
Qualifying top scorer: Cristiano Ronaldo (11)
UEFA EURO best: winners (2016)
UEFA EURO 2016: winners
Key player: Cristiano Ronaldo
Portugal’s most-capped player and all-time top scorer will be 35 when he features at EURO 2020, and will be looking to scratch a small itch: he has never been top scorer at a EURO or a World Cup finals.
One to watch: João Félix
A player of majestic skill, João Félix is the latest star to bolster a Portugal team already full of talent. Still only 20, he made his senior international debut in Portugal’s triumphant UEFA Nations League campaign in June.

Group F: FRANCE

Group H record: P10 W8 D1 L1 F25 A6
Qualifying top scorer: Olivier Giroud (6)
UEFA EURO best: winners (1984, 2000)
UEFA EURO 2016: finalists, lost 1-0 to Portugal (aet)
Key player: Antoine Griezmann
The influence of UEFA EURO 2016’s best player and top scorer on the team has deepened with time; the Barcelona forward is now a leader on and off the pitch.
One to watch: Clément Lenglet
Has settled in with minimal fuss as Barcelona and, having only made his senior Bleus debut in June 2019, now looks to be first choice alongside Raphaël Varane at the heart of Deschamps’ defence.

Group F: GERMANY


Group C record: P8 W7 D0 L1 F30 A7
Qualifying top scorer: Serge Gnabry (8)
UEFA EURO best: winners (1972, 1980, 1996)
UEFA EURO 2016: semi-finals, lost 2-0 to France
Key player: Toni Kroos
One of the few veterans of 2014 left in a youthful squad, an exceptional passer who dictates the pace of Germany’s transitions.
One to watch: Kai Havertz
Leverkusen phenomenon, 22, with superb vision and calm under pressure. Tendency to float between lines make him a perfect fit for Löw’s side.

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