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Euro 2016 Group Standings

GROUP A

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1France32104:17
2Switzerland31202:15
3Albania31021:33
4Romania30122:41

GROUP B

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1Wales32106:26
2England31206:25
3Slovakia31113:34
4Russia 31012:61

GROUP C

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1Germany32103:07
2Poland32102:07
3Northern Ireland31022:23
4Ukraine30030:50

GROUP D

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1Croatia32105:37
2Spain32015:26
3Turkey31022:34
4Czech Republic30122:51

GROUP E

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1Italy32103:16
2Belgium32014-26
3Ireland31112-44
4Sweden30121-31

GROUP F

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1Hungary32106:47
2Iceland 31203:23
3Portugal30304:45
4Austria30121:41

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Group A

FRANCE

The last host nation to win the European Championships, in 1984, France have come through their rebuilding process and look a frightening proposition on paper.  Coach Didier Deschamps appears to have solved the issues that have haunted the nation’s dressing room and their powerful midfield will be one of the strongest at the tournament.

Paul Pogba and Blaise Matuidi will dominate many matches and if Karim Benzema’s blackmail case with Mathieu Valbuena can be resolved then he could fire them into the final.

SWITZERLAND

One of the dark horses at the tournament and they posses a team full of high class players.  Most of the stars ply their trade at top-flight clubs in Germany, England and Italy and Stoke’s Xherdan Shaqiri will be confident that he can lead them to the later stages.

ROMANIA

Although they could be a little flattered by their world ranking of 16th, Anghel Iordanescu’s team do boast the best defensive record in qualifying and their disciplined side is reminiscent of the Greek team that stunned the world at Euro 2004.

ALBANIA

Albania must be considered the biggest outsiders at the entire tournament and, like Romania, they will be hoping to sit deep and frustrate their Group A rivals.  A surprising 1-0 victory away at Portugal in qualifying ranks as one of their proudest moments and a point in France would be a major achievement. 

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Group B

ENGLAND

The English will be hoping that they can put their miserable 2014 World Cup behind them and their youthful squad certainly looks exciting on paper.  They were certainly impressive in qualifying and they were the only team to power through with a 100% record.  If Roy Hodgson can get the best out of the team and make the right choices, they could go very far.



Ross Barkley of England in action (Getty)

RUSSIA

Fabio Capello’s dismal tenure in charge is firmly in the past and Leonid Slutsky has gone back to basics with his team.  They are not the force they were a few years ago but they are a potential banana skin for any major side.

WALES

Gareth Bale’s spectacular form help propelled the Welsh to an incredible qualifying campaign and he has the potential to light up Euro 2016.  If he and Aaron Ramsey are in top form, then they should certainly be entertaining to watch and there are plenty of proven Premier League players in the line up.

SLOVAKIA

A shock success over Spain in qualifying has helped them reach the major tournament for the first time and Martin Skrtel will be looking to lead them to at least one victory.  It would be a major shock if they achieve much more than that, though.

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Group C

GERMANY

The Germans were the best team at the 2014 World Cup and deservedly won the tournament under the guidance of the legendary Joachim Low.  Their European pedigree means that they are going to go a very long way, but their rivals will take encouragement for their shaky form.

UKRAINE

An impressive defensive record mixed with the exciting wingers Yevhen Konoplyanka and Andriy Yarmolenko makes for a dangerous cocktail and they could catch teams out on the break.  They made hard work of qualifying but they will fancy their chances of getting out of the group.

POLAND

Poland look like really interesting candidates to send shockwaves through Euro 2016 and Robert Lewandowski is one of the best strikers in the world at the moment.  Defensive midfielder Grzegorz Krychowiak is equally as important and they can play some scintillating football.



Robert Lewandowski of Poland celebrates (Getty)

NORTHERN IRELAND

Boss Michael O’Neill might be targeting a place in the knockout stages but it looks like they have a very tough task ahead.  The team is lacking a superstar that can carry them through and they will be heavily reliant on set-pieces.

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Group D

SPAIN

Somewhat of a forgotten side after their shocking World Cup 2014 exit, it would be seriously foolish to underestimate their power heading into France.  Confidence in the camp is back and ferocious competition for places should ensure that they are in the mix at the business end of the tournament.

CZECH REPUBLIC

The days of mesmerizing attacking football from Czech Republic are long gone and their will not be many expecting them to go too far.  The presence of Petr Cech in between the sticks will mean that they are no pushovers but they are unlikely to cause too many upsets.

TURKEY

A 3-0 victory over the Dutch and a 2-0 success over Czech Republic in qualifying proves that they are not a team to take lightly and and Arda Turan is a serious force in midfield.  They will fancy their chances of getting through the group and who could blame them?

CROATIA

Nobody will want to play Croatia at the tournament and they are very dangerous dark horses.  A central midfield of Ivan Rakitic and Luka Modric will be one of the best at the showpiece and they could be one of the surprise packages.

Group E

BELGIUM

Ranked by Fifa as the best team on the planet, Belgium’s squad is the envy of every coach in the world and it wouldn’t be a surprise if they were to justify their tag.  Household names such as Eden Hazard, Kevin De Bruyne, Vincent Kompany and Romelu Lukaku are sure to send them deep into the tournament, but would you back them to get the job done?

ITALY

Not the team that they were and manager Antonio Conte will be disappointed that they have been handed the group of death.  Graziano Pelle won’t be the best striker at the tournament but he allows them to play penetrative and high-tempo football and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see them reach the last four.

REPUBLIC OF IRELAND

Martin O’Neill’s team will be sticking to a strict game-plan that allows them to nullify the more gifted opposition in the group and they have shown that they can beat anybody on their day.  Four points against the Germans in qualifying was impressive and they will take a fantastic following to France.

SWEDEN

Much will rest on the shoulders of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and they really are the definition of a one-man team. If they can keep their star striker fit, then he has the ability to run any team ragged but there isn’t much to be excited about if you move away from ‘Zlatan’.

Group F

PORTUGAL

The weakest team in pot one has landed a place in one of the tournament’s easiest groups and they will fancy their chances of going very far.  Legendary three-time world player of the year Cristiano Ronaldo will be a short price to be player of the tournament and top scorer and if they are going to go far then it will ultimately be down to him.

ICELAND

Iceland stunned many when they beat the Netherlands, home and away, and claimed wins against the Czech Republic and Turkey to become the smallest country to qualify for a European Championship.  Anything from here is a bonus and they could easily progress through their easy group.

AUSTRIA

Many will be surprised to see them ranked in the top 10 of the Fifa rankings but hopes will be high and they do posses some quality.  David Alaba is an ultra-gifted midfielder and they look to be nailed on for the last sixteen.

HUNGARY

Hungary shocked Norway in the qualifiers and they are easily one of the weakest teams heading to France.  Cristiano Ronaldo will be licking his lips at the idea of ripping into their defence and they won’t be sticking around for too long.

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