📅 Group F Schedule
- Tuesday 15 June: 17:00
→ Hungary - Portugal (Budapest)
- Tuesday 15 June: 20:00
→ France - Germany (Munich)
- Saturday 19 June 14:00
→ Hungary - France (Budapest)
- Saturday 19 June 17:00
→ Portugal - Germany (Munich)
- Wednesday 23 June: 20:00
→ Germany - Hungary (Munich)
- Wednesday 23 June: 20:00
→ Portugal - France (Budapest)
*Please note that all Round 3 matches in Euro 2021 are played at the same time.
All games are listed as GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)
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World champions and packed with talent throughout the pitch. Manager Didier Deschamps has a ridiculous arsenal at his disposal as the French look to bounce on from three years ago and win back to back World Cup/Euro trophies for the first time in a generation.
Except a surprising slip up to Finland in a friendly late last year France have battered every team that's come at them. They topped their group in qualifying, have set up a Nations League semi final against Belgium and look strong in World Cup qualifying.
Many can't look past France and why would you want to?
That's all you'd expect from the world champions right? It's not always so simple but Deschamps has handled his troops well over the last three years in seeking to evolve and improve his squad. Now they have experience and an ongoing exhilaration to win more.
- Coach: Didier Deschamps
- Journey to Euro 2021: Winners Group H
- Top goalscorer in qualifying: Olivier Giroud (6 goal)
- Total Euro appearances: 9
- Best Euros finish: Winners 1984, 2000
- World ranking: 2
How will France line up?
The wealth of options available is ridiculous but the manager has narrowed the selection down. Pogba is a natural starter, Kanté is a natural starter, Mbappé is a natural starter, Benzema is back in business, Griezmann is in contention.
Deschamps can go with any formation he fancies and he has dabbled with 4-4-2, 4-2-3-1 and most notably 4-4-3 against Portugal last year, probably the best indication of how France could setup against tough and familiar opposition. A back four is nailed down but how the attacking setup will move and operate can shift on the day depending on the opponent.
How are France's chances?
World Cup winners, Champions League winners adorn this side and you'd be hard pressed to find a player who doesn't play for one of Europe's top clubs. This is arguably the best French team ever. They will probably will win it. If they don't it will take a tactical masterclass by one of the big boys to pull it off and it will probably come at the expense of the French.
France at Euro 2021
France to win Euro 2021
Of the traditional elite Germany are the hardest to pin down. Similarly to Spain, Joachim Löw's Germany are experiencing a generational shift and it hasn't always been managed with the typical German oversight you would come to expect.
The Germans are looking to set a benchmark for a new generation
A high profile and expensive contract is the only thing that's kept the Germany manager and World Cup winner in the hot seat after a spate of difficult results and indifferent performances. Germany crashed out in the group stage at the World Cup and have since been battered by Spain 6-0 in the Nations League.
Die Mannschaft will be looking for die kraftwerk to get them out of this group of death
It doesn't bode well for Germany to be honest but then again they did top their qualifying group with flying colours. They have struggled against better opposition and have been uncharacteristically spineless in the big games. They most recently lost on home turf to North Macedonia.
- Coach: Joachim Löw
- Journey to Euro 2021: Winners Group C
- Top goalscorer in qualifying: Serge Gnabry (8 goals)
- Total Euro appearances: 12
- Best Euros finish: Winners 1972, 1980, 1996
- World ranking: 12
How will Germany line up?
Let's not sell them short - Germany have one of the best squads in the tournament, not just on paper but in terms of raw talent, big game experience and strength in depth. It's better than the Italians, the Dutch, the Spanish and the Portuguese - and perhaps on par with Belgium and England. So what is going on?
Löw needs to find balance. He's dabbled with a back four and a back three in recent months with mixed results. His team isn't necessarily top heavy but he needs to find a way to best balance and utilise attacking outlets.
Kroos and Gundogan should occupy a tight midfield with Thomas Müller sitting at the top and a supporting cast of either Havertz, Werner, Sané and Gnabry.
How are Germany's chances?
If Löw can unlock Pandora's Box then Germany should go far in this tournament. They have a great mix of experience and younger talent. Serious firepower and great playmakers are the true potential here. If they show up on the day they will make it out of the group in potential second place and should put up a fight in the knockouts. They're still one of the favourites for a reason but far they will go is anyone's guess.
Germany at Euro 2021
Germany to win Euro 2021
Gone are the days of Puskás but this Hungary side will be looking to pull something magic out of their a** to get the job done against big time opponents. Home ties in Budapest should give them a boost but the Magyars would do well to strap themselves in for a wild ride and just try and enjoy themselves. What better way to celebrate than in front of home fans.
The Hungarians managed to make it to the round of 16 five years ago in France but even a slim chance at making a third spot squeeze out of this group will be a tough call with such massive opponents.
Making it into the Euros through one of the additional Nations League playoff places, form is looking favourable going into the tournament. Two victories against old foes the Ottomans, Serbia and hard fought draws punctuate only one loss in the last twelve away to Russia.
Italian coach Marco Rossi made a name for himself in Hungary and has been rewarded for his troubles.
- Coach: Marco Rossi
- Journey to Euro 2021: Nations League Playoffs
- Top goalscorer in qualifying: Willi Orban (3 goals)
- Total Euro appearances: 3
- Best Euros finish: Third place 1964
- World ranking: 37
How will Hungary line up?
Hungary have an experienced squad with a few survivors of France 2016 which will put them in good stead. They can score goals but the problem is they can also let them in.
Their top scorer in qualifying was RB Leipzig's Willi Orban and aside from Adam Szalai there aren't really many more standout names.
Rossi favours three at the back, utilising either a 3-5-2 or 3-4-2-1 pivot which stays fairly stationary in both attack and defence.
How are Hungary's chances?
Sorry to be blunt, but not great. While the other, lower ranking nations might be able to escape their groups in third spot or turn it on for this tournament, Hungary are drawn in the Group of Death which will likely see them finish bottom as the other three slug it out. Joint highest odds with Slovakia. Fingers crossed though!
Hungary at Euro 2021
Hungary to win Euro 2021
Despite being defending champions plucky Portugal are once again being written off by the naysayers. Portugal almost always punch above their weight and turn it on for tournaments. They'll certainly fancy their chances with a squad of talented and spirited individuals....and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Fernando Santos has plenty of experience in his post akin to his direct rivals in Löw and Deschamps and he'll need it. He successfully guided Portugal to the Euros trophy by adding the Nations League also. He doesn't mind playing second fiddle to Ronaldo on the touchline either.
Suited underdogs who bark louder than first impression gives off
The Portuguese are going in strong form-wise. Beating Croatia, Sweden, drawing against and only succumbing to France.
Santos and his men will look to begin their campaign strong against Hungary and get three points on the board looking on at France and Germany knocking lumps out of each other.
- Coach: Fernando Santos
- Journey to Euro 2021: 2nd Group B
- Top goalscorer in qualifying: Cristiano Ronaldo (11 goals)
- Total Euro appearances: 7
- Best Euros finish: Winners 2016
- World ranking: 5
How will Portugal line up?
Portugal have a strong squad for this Euro championships - arguably stronger than last time round. Cristiano Ronaldo is first pick up top with the likes of Joao Felix, Diogo Jota, Bruno Fernandes and Bernado Silva backing him up.
Strong firepower and attacking potential is balanced by veteran Pepe at the back who has done well domestically as of late. Manchester City's Joao Cancelo and Ruben Diaz are also ready for selection at the back.
Santos can favour a 4-3-3 but the midfield pivot can change depending on who he sees fit for the job and whether he likes to play Fernandes in the attacking pocket.
What are Portugal's chances?
Depending on whether you're an optimist or pessimist Portugal will divide and sway your opinion. This is a strong squad and while not bursting at the seems like France or even Germany, Portugal have real, big time match winners. They have experience, resolve and that extra special spark. They should make it out of the group and if they do they will be a real threat to whomever they come up against. Quarter finals at least but probably not winners.
Portugal at Euro 2021
Portugal to win Euro 2021