Euro 2012 gets underway in just two days with Poland and Greece going head to head in the first game of the tournament.
Poland will be looking to make home advantage count in this match that they will be desperate to win.
Everyone in the country has been looking forward to for some time and it is sure to be an incredible atmosphere in Warsaw
The co-hosts have not played a competitive match since a World Cup qualifier in 2009 so may find it tough when the pressure is on them.
However, they have impressed in the friendly matches they have played and have won five of their last six matches conceding just one goal.
Franciszek Smuda will be hoping that his star man Robert Lewandowski steps up to the plate this summer. The 23-year-old was in fantastic form for Borussia Dortmund last season he looks like he may be one to watch in the competition.
As for Greece, they will be looking to emulate their success of 2004 where they upset all of the odds and went on to win the tournament in Portugal.
Although this time out it is a new generation of players, they will know it is possible to go all the way. Attention must first turn to progressing from a tough group.
Fernando Santos does not have many big names or world class players at his disposal, however he does have a group of men that will work hard and make themselves difficult to beat.
One stand out player for Greece is Sotiris Ninis who’s ability with the ball will strike fear into opposition defences. The 22-year-olds returned from a serious knee injury in March so has had time to get himself match fit and he will now want to set Euro 2012 alight.
Poland are the favourites to take all three points on home soil in this encounter with odds of 2.00 (evens) with BetFred.
Robert Lewandowski is the favourite to the scoring underway in this match. 6.00 (5/1) are the odds of him scoring first StanJames.
Greece’s best chance of breaking the deadlock looks to come from Theofanis Gekas who is being offered at 9.00 (8/1) with BlueSQ.
Both these sides will look to come out and attack and win the game so goals could come thick and fast. A 3-2 win for Poland can be backed at 51.00 (50/1) with BoyleSports.