Italy are hot favourites to top the Euro 2020 Group A table, especially as they will enjoy home advantage for all three games, with Switzerland, Turkey and Wales expected to fight it out for second place.
After missing out on the last World Cup, the Azzurri have enjoyed a resurgence under Roberto Mancini and powered through qualifying with 10 straight wins, scoring 37 goals and conceding only four.
Switzerland, who made it through the pool stage four years ago and at Russia 2018, edged out Denmark and Republic of Ireland to reach this tournament.
Turkey's best previous effort was making the semis in 2008 and they did well to push France close in qualifying Group H, taking four points off Les Bleus.
Wales will be hoping to recapture the sparkle of their surprise run to the last four at Euro 2016, when upsetting Belgium in the quarter-finals before losing to eventual champions Portugal.