The final group to take to the pitches at the 2020 UEFA European Championship looks to be the Group of Death. Group F has defending Euro 2016 and 2019 Nations League winners Portugal, 2018 World Cup winner France, and 2014 World Cup winner Germany, all top 12 teams in the current FIFA/Coca-Cola World Rankings.
Is this the EURO 2020 year Spain gets back to the dominant team it was a decade ago, or will it be another year of disappointment? Spain won back to back UEFA European Championships in 2008 and 2012, with a 2010 World Cup title as well, to put itself in the conversation as the greatest team ever.
Oh, what might have been if Harry Kane squared the ball. UEFA European Championship Group D will open with a rematch of the 2018 World Cup semifinal, which was won by Croatia 2-1 over England.
When you start to break down UEFA European Championship Group C, the Netherlands should be able to come through this pretty much unscathed. They made it all the way to the finals of the Nations League in 2019, if you remember.
After the first two games of the UEFA European Championship, the Group B teams will be on the pitches around Europe Saturday, June 12. Denmark will want to get off to a quick start against Finland, which looks to be the fourth place team here.
If you are a fan of betting long shot plays, especially on the futures boards, the UEFA European Championship (Euro 2020) is a tournament for you this summer. No team comes into the tournament with odds less than +500, and if you check the various sports books in your state, you might see the odds vary by as much as +100 on any team.