GNIEWINO, POLAND - JUNE 08: Sergio Ramos of Spain controls the ball during a training session ahead of UEFA EURO 2012 on June 8, 2012 in Gniewino, Poland. (Photo by Jasper Juinen/Getty Images)

Euro 2012 Team Previews: Spain Still The Favorites

David Villa is injured, Fernando Torres is out of form and Carles Puyol has aged, but Spain are still favorites to win Euro 2012.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Germany

Die Mannschaft are gearing up for another European Championship where they expect to bring home the trophy.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Spain

Injuries and age have claimed some of Spain's best players, but they're still one of the best teams in the world and favorites to make the final in Ukraine.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Croatia

Croatia have aged since they shined at Euro 2008 and are weak at the back, but Luka Modric might be able to help cover the team's holes

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Poland

Poland aren't the strongest team, but they have enough quality from Robert Lewandowski, Jakub Blaszczykowski, Lukasz Piszczek and Wojciech Szczesny to qualify from a fairly weak group. Whether those players do it is another story, but if they play well, Poland will play well.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Sweden

Sweden come into Euro 2012 as many people's dark horses, and while they have a potent attacking lineup, heavily reliant on Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but will he even bother turning up?

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Czech Republic

A mixture of seasoned internationals and new faces, the Czech Republic likely has the goods to make it out of Group A, but likely won't progress any further in Euro 2012.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Portugal

Are Portugal going to cause trouble for Germany and the Netherlands? As good as Cristiano Ronaldo is, don't count on it.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Netherlands

The Oranje have all the pieces to make a run at winning Euro 2012, but that's the easy part. Bert van Marwijk will need his defense and star players at their best if they hope to lift a trophy on July 1st.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: France

France wants to erase the bad memories from the last World Cup and this team should be good enough to do just that.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Russia

Russia don't have the youth or mystery of the Euro 2008 team, but they're still a decent squad loaded with experienced players.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: England

Roy Hodgson's team will be organized and tough to break down. They might not be very good, though, and, aside from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Ashley Young, there's not a lot to excite the England fans.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Denmark

Denmark are highly unlikely to make it out of Group B, but if Christian Eriksen is at his best they might just be able to pull off a miracle. There's certainly history on their side.

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Euro 2012 Team Previews: Greece

Everything in Greece is the same as it ever was -- they play defensive football. Their Euro 2004 win was a once in a lifetime triumph, but things might be different this summer when they find themselves in another part of the world.

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