Euro 2012 is just round the corner and the excitement is starting to build for the tournament in Poland and Ukraine this summer.
Group D sees England, France, Ukraine and Sweden all go head to head in what is sure to be an extremely competitive group.
England are a team that will always be considered as one of the favourites going into a major tournament, however they have been nowhere near winning a competition in recent years.
Roy Hodgson is taking charge of his first tournament so not too many people will know how The Three Lions will play their football, something that could work in their favour. Despite being far from impressive in recent years, you can never right England off.
Moving onto France, after their success in World Cup 98 and Euro 2000, they have failed to really set a competition alight.
However, a new generation of players seem to be coming through now and gelling at the right time. Laurent Blanc has the team playing a great brand of football and they were impressive during their qualifying campaign. France could go a long way.
The next team to look at is Ukraine, with being the co-hosts you can certainly not take them lightly. Each game they play will be a special occasion and the fans are sure to create and incredible atmosphere.
Ukraine can cause a few upsets here, not just as they are on home soil, because they also have the players to do so.
Finally, Sweden are not really a side that too many people are talking about to go far in Euro 2012, something which could play into their favour.
They lost just twice in qualifying for the tournament though, managing a victory of Holland so know they are capable of beating the big teams.
England go into this as favourites to come out on top despite their recent form in major tournaments. They are available at 2.63 (13/8) with SkyBet.
France are just behind The Three Lions in terms of odds to win group A. BoyleSports are offering 2.80 (9/5) on this happening.
Ukraine will have to make home advantage count if they are to finish the group on top. You can back them at 6.00 (5/1) with Bet365.
Sweden know that they will have to upset the odds to put a run of positive results together. BlueSQ are offering odds of 7.50 (13/2) on a surprise win of the group for the Swedes.
With England being the favourites and Sweden going about their business quietly, they could be the two sides that progress to the knockout stages. You can back this at 7.00 (6/1) with SportingBet