We under a week away from the European Championships getting underway. With some of the best players in the world on show, it should be a fascinating few weeks in Poland and Ukraine.
With just 16 teams competing in the tournament, all the groups are sure to be extremely competitive.
Group A consists of Russia, Poland, Czech Republic and Greece so although not a group with the most talented teams, it is sure to still be a tough one to progress from.
Looking at Russia to begin with, they are a side that will feel confident of causing a few upsets in the tournament. The Russians managed to make it too the semi-final back in Euro 2008 and will be looking to go one better this time out.
They lost just one game in qualifying for Euro 2012 so look to be in great shape going into their first game.
Moving onto Poland, with being co-hosts of the tournament they will certainly not be a team to be taken lightly.
Every game for them will be a massive occasion and the supporters are sure to create an incredible atmosphere. However, Poland could struggle as they have not played a competitive match since 2009.
Czech Republic are a side that not too many people are talking about to have a successful tournament, something which could suit them.
With Petr Cech in goal though they have one of the best around and as everyone saw in the Champions League final, is superb in penalty shootouts.
The final team to look at are Greece who upset all the odds back in 2004 when they won the competition. Greece were in great form during qualifying and remained unbeaten, they also took four points from Croatia.
They are not a team to just make up the numbers, Greece will be hopeful of a decent run.
With some of their big name players, Russia are the favourites to win the group and progress to the knockout stages. You can back them at 2.50 (6/4) with Bet365.
Poland will be looking to make home advantage count this summer and they are available at 3.75 (11/4) with BetFred to win Group A.
Czech Republic will know they may have to cause an upset to win the group. They are being offered at 5.00 (4/1) with SkyBet.
Greece are the outsiders to come out on top in this group and you can back them at 5.50 (9/2) with Paddy Power.
Russia have the players that are able to cope with the pressure that comes with tournament football and Greece will know that they can go all the way if they play at their best. These two teams to qualify has odds of 5.50 (9/2) with StanJames.