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.
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.
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.