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Portugal just about managed to scrape through what was on paper, the easiest group for one of the main contenders.

Despite not winning a game, Cristiano Ronaldo and co got three points and qualified on third position. The top two positions went to Hungary and Iceland - two teams that have surprised everyone this summer. 


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This below-par Portugal outfit have been handed a real life-line in our opinion with their luck of the draw, both in qualifying and now in the tournament stage of the competition as a below-par squad should still be comfortable enough to qualify from this group with relative ease.

Where once the Selecao boasted a variety of riches in terms of top-level players, they now mainly rely on Real Madrid superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, although the likes of Pepe and Joao Moutinho ensure that they’re far from a one-man team, despite Ronaldo carrying the talisman burden on his shoulders.


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Austria are quietly being tipped for big things in France this summer. Much in the same way that Belgium began to make waves a few years ago, Burschen now possess a squad of talented young players keen to make an impression on one of the biggest stages of all this summer.

Bayern Munich midfielder David Alaba is undoubtedly the star man, but Stoke City’s Marko Arnautovic will provide creativity and guile while the more experienced Marc Janko possesses a phenomenal goalscoring record an international level and will be a threat to any defence in the tournament this summer. 


It still feels quite odd to say out loud doesn’t it? Iceland will be competing in their first ever international tournament this summer. The tiny nation, which has a population less than that of the city of Leicester, have well and truly earnt their right to be heading to France this summer though.

Strakarnir Okkar finished above both Turkey and the Netherlands in qualifying, picking up some phenomenal results along the way. They’ll be hoping that Swansea midfielder Gylffi Sigurdsson can be the creative force behind a squad that perhaps lacks the quality of other nations in Group F.


The Magical Magyars taught the world how to play football – but that was many moons ago and since the fleet-footed legends of yesteryear, there have been many years of disappointment on the international stage for Hungary.

Qualification to France 2016 spells the end of a 30 year wait to reach the finals of a major competition for Hungary, but it’s fair to say that they were inconsistent at best in qualifying and looking at their squad, it’s difficult to see where the magic comes from if Bernd Storck’s men are to cause any upsets in France.

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