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Coach: Otto Rehhagel.

World Cup record: One appearance, eliminated from first round in 1994.

Euro 2004: Beat Portugal in final.

Overall European Championship record (including qualifying): 48 wins, 19 draws, 33 losses in 100 games.

European Championship final tournament record: 4 wins, 2 draws, 3 losses in nine games over two tournaments. Champion in 2004.

Top Players: Angelos Charisteas, Traianos Dellas, Fanis Gekas.

Prognosis: The defending champions finished qualifying with the best record in Europe. Although a repeat in Austria will be tough, the Greeks do have a good chance to advance to the quarterfinals.

Coach: Lars Lagerbäck.

World Cup record: 11 appearances, final in 1958.

Euro 2004: Lost to the Netherlands in quarterfinals.

Overall European Championship record (including qualifying): 43 wins, 24 draws, 25 losses in 92 games.

European Championship final tournament record: 3 wins, 5 draws, 3 losses in 11 games over three tournaments. Reached semifinals in 1992.

Top Players: Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Freddie Ljungberg, Olof Mellberg.

Prognosis: Sweden is never a team to take lightly. With speed and strong fundamental skills, the Swedes are tough to beat.

Coach: Luis Aragonés.

World Cup record: 12 appearances, semifinals in 1950.

Euro 2004: Eliminated in first round.

Overall European Championship record (including qualifying): 72 wins, 24 draws, 26 losses in 122 games.

European Championship final tournament record: 8 wins, 8 draws, 8 losses in 24 games over seven tournaments. Champion in 1964.

Top Players: Cesc Fàbregas, David Villa, Fernando Torres (pictured above).

Prognosis: Spain finished its qualifying campaign with wins over Sweden and Northern Ireland, but the national side has a history of struggling when the big tournament comes around.

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Coach: Guus Hiddink.

World Cup record: Nine appearances, semifinals in 1966 as Soviet Union.

Euro 2004: Eliminated in first round.

Overall European Championship record (including qualifying): 27 wins, 10 draws, 11 losses in 48 games.

European Championship final tournament record: 8 wins, 5 draws, 9 losses in 22 games over eight tournaments. Champion in 1960 as Soviet Union.

Top Players: Alexander Kerzhakov, Andrei Arshavin, Igor Akinfeev.

Prognosis: Russia squeaked into the tournament because of England's struggles, but the strongest element to the team could be its coach. Hiddink led the Netherlands to the World Cup semifinals in 1998, then took South Korea to the final four in 2002 and Australia to the second round in 2006.

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