Without a doubt, the candidate to win the championship for this group is Italy. The only World Champion team on the group will most certainly move to the next round. On the other hand, Wales receives a lot of attention because of their star, Gareth Bale. Switzerland and Turkey are doing great on the European classification to the Qatar World Cup 2022, so this group will indeed have a high level of competition.
|TURKEY-ITALY||11 June||Stadio Olimpico, Rome|
|WALES-SWITZERLAND||12 June||Olympic Stadium, Baku|
|TURKEY-WALES||16 June||Olympic Stadium, Baku|
|ITALY-SWITZERLAND||16 June||Stadio Olimpico, Rome|
|SWITZERLAND-TURKEY||20 June||Olympic Stadium, Baku|
|ITALY-WALES||20 June||Stadio Olimpico, Rome|
Russia and Denmark play at home so they have a moral advantage comparing with the rest of the teams. Belgium, on the other hand, is the team with one the greatest players. Under the guidance of De Bruyne, they will try and make the best out of this round.
|DENMARK-FINLAND||12 June||Parken Stadium, Copenhagen|
|BELGIUM-RUSSIA||12 June||Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg|
|FINLAND-RUSIA||16 June||Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg|
|DENMARK-BELGIUM||17 June||Parken Stadium, Copenhagen|
|RUSSIA-DENMARK||21 June||Parken Stadium, Copenhagen|
|FINLAND-BELGIUM||21 June||Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg|
North Macedonia is excited to be playing the competition for the first time, which is undoubtedly an incentive, although their lack of experience can work against them. Ukraine and Austria will try to win their respective matches and leave a good impression.
|AUSTRIA-NORTH MACEDONIA||13 June||Arena Nationala, Bucharest|
|NETHERLANDS-UKRAINE||13 June||Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam|
|UKRAINE-NORTH MACEDONIA||17 June||Arena Nationala, Bucharest|
|NETHERLANDS-AUSTRIA||17 June||Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam|
|UKRAINE-AUSTRIA||21 June||Johan Cruyff Arena, Amsterdam|
|NORTH MACEDONIA-NETHERLAND||21 June||Arena Nationala, Bucharest|
In this group, the two prominent candidates are England and Croatia. The finalist of the last World Cup wants to be the protagonist again, the English team has been playing great games, and their players are in excellent shape. They will try to be the new breed of players who return England to glory.
|SCOTLAND-CZECH REPUBLIC||13 June||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
|ENGLAND-CROATIA||14 June||Wembley Stadium, London|
|CROATIA-CZECH REPUBLIC||18 June||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
|ENGLAND-SCOTLAND||18 June||Wembley Stadium, London|
|CROATIA-SCOTLAND||22 June||Hampden Park, Glasgow|
|CZECH REPUBLIC-ENGLAND||22 June||Wembley Stadium, London|
Spain is the logical candidate, but first, they will have to show their level by winning a group that will undoubtedly be tricky. Sweden once again has Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a rival to be feared. Bayern Munich striker Levandowski is also a guarantee of emotions.
|POLAND-SLOVAKIA||14 June||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|SPAIN-SWEDEN||14 June||San Mames, Bilbao|
|SWEDEN-SLOVAKIA||18 June||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|SPAIN-POLAND||19 June||San Mames, Bilbao|
|SWEDEN-POLAND||23 June||Aviva Stadium, Dublin|
|SLOVAKIA-SPAIN||23 June||San Mames, Bilbao|
Without a doubt, the most complex group of all. The current world champion, France, will have to face the always challenging Germany. Portugal and their superstar Cristino Ronaldo will try to win the European trophy again.
|HUNGARY-PORTUGAL||15 June||Puskas Arena, Budapest|
|FRANCE-GERMANY||15 June||Allianz Arena, Munich|
|HUNGARY-FRANCE||19 June||Puskas Arena, Budapest|
|PORTUGAL-GERMANY||19 June||Allianz Arena, Munich|
|PORTUGAL-FRANCE||23 June||Olympic Stadium, Baku|
|GERMANY-HUNGARY||23 June||Puskas Arena, Budapest|