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Twenty-four countries will enter this summer’s European Championship finals. Only one can leave with the trophy. But which one?
Will Portugal defend the crown they won five years ago? Can Germany or Spain win a record fourth title? Is another Greece-style shock possible? Or can England finally get their hands on some silverware again?
By looking at trends, statistics and patterns from tournaments past, BBC Sport has eliminated 23 nations and concluded which one will be crowned European champions at Wembley on 11 July.
Our advice, though, is that you maybe don’t take this too seriously. It is mainly just a bit of fun.
That said, here are the…