With the Premier League season over, football fans are turning to Euro 2016 to satisfy their appetite for the beautiful game. And with the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Andres Iniesta and Zlatan Imbrahimovic present at the tournament in France, viewers can certainly expect some magical moments.
But who has a chance of winning the big prize at the grand finale in the Stade de France?
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Meanwhile here are our thoughts on who's likely to do well.
The World Champions have surely got to be the big favourites after a convincing 2014 world cup in Brazil, during which they trounced the hosts 7-1 in a shocking semi final.
With arguably the best goalkeeper in the world in Manuel Neuer along with an industrious midfield and forward line featuring Mesut Ozil and Thomas Muller, the odds are in favour of the German winning their second major trophy in a row.
Disappointment is the only word you can think of when you remember the Spanish performance at the last World Cup, failing to clamber out of the group stages after horrific defeats to Holland and Chile.
But with quality oozing throughout the squad from Sergio Ramos to Andres Iniesta to one of the greatest keepers of all time in Iker Casillas, expect the current Euro holders to be determined to bounce back.
Their chances might be somewhat diminished by the non-selection of Karim Benzema after he was questioned by police for an alleged blackmail attempt against teammate Mathieu Valbuena.
Yet discounting a host side is always foolish, as proven by underdogs Korea in 2002, and with their home support and the likes of World Cup Young Player of the Year Paul Pogba in the side, France could be in for a triumphant run.
It’s no secret that the slightly less football-savvy are viewing Portugal as the team with Cristiano Ronaldo in it and they are right – how can you ignore a team with one of the two best players in the world at this time?
Italy have always been contenders for the Euros and with a strong squad and Antonio Conte at the helm, this time is no different.
But they were also once of the shock early exits from the World Cup in 2014 alongside Spain and they do have to go up against good sides in Sweden and Belgium, it could be tough for the Italians.
It is very likely that England will be eliminated at the quarter finals, as they always are, but the team is radically different to that of previous Euros, especially with new talent in Harry Kane and Leicester’s goal-scoring dynamo Jamie Vardy.
But brace yourself for the usual emotional roller coaster and, most likely, crushing disappointment that is characteristic of being an England supporter.