UEFA EURO 2020 Group Stage Draw

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Here’s the full arrangement for the EURO 2020 Draw:

Group A: Turkey, Italy, Wales, Switzerland
Group B: Denmark, Finland, Belgium, Russia
Group C: Netherlands, Ukraine, Austria, playoff winner D
Group D: England, Croatia, Czech Republic, playoff winner C
Group E: Spain, Sweden, Poland, playoff winner B
Group F: Portugal, France, Germany, playoff winner A

Look at Group F, composed of the defending champions Portugal, the runner-up and reigning world champions France, and the 3-time European champions Germany at the early stage, is clearly what German coach Joachim Loew described as the ‘group of death’. With the strength of the whole group, whoever finds their way outlasting their foes within would be the favorites to win the whole tournament. Including with the big three is to be joined by the playoff winner A either Bulgaria, Hungary, Iceland or Romania.

With the top teams are about to give a tough headache from one another on their group F stage, the rest of the teams got themselves a better outlook to make progress on. With Italy to host Turkey first at the Stadio Olimpico at Rome on June 12, 2020, this group A for the Italians gives them one of the few having the edge to start, while Wales seems to follow them as they tend to surprise everyone how they’ll deliver the results.

“We have a slight advantage by playing at home. Maybe some will think we are favourites but we need to confirm everything on the pitch, as always,” coach of Italy Roberto Mancini said.

Finland sets its first appearance for a European Championship to be led by Teemu Pukki and they’ll be in need to prepare first to face group B with Denmark, Belgium, and Russia.

Group C will have Netherlands play at Amsterdam against Ukraine and Austria, plus followed by a playoff winning team from Georgia, Belarus, North Macedonia or Kosovo.

England and Croatia meets once again earlier than expected joining together from Group D, alongside with Czech Republic that were the only team to defeat Southgate’s men back from the qualifying rounds and later to joined with the winners from playoff C;  the victorious one from Norway, Serbia, Israel, or Scotland that is to be held on London.

The former 2008 and 2012 champion team Spain sits at Group E to battle first against Sweden and Poland as they host their games at Bilbao, and to be decided from the playoff winner B from the four teams; Bosnia, Northern Ireland, Slovakia, or Republic of Ireland.

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