Perennial powerhouses Germany, France and Portugal look set for some titanic tussles in Euro 2020 Group F, with Hungary facing the unenviable task of trying to compete with such talented opposition in the stiffest of the six pools.
In addition to four World Cup triumphs, Die Mannschaft have lifted this trophy three times and reached the semis on six other occasions. They responded to a poor Russia 2018 effort by finish above Holland in qualifying.
Two-time champions France built on being runners-up on home turf four years ago by claiming World Cup glory for the second time and can call on pretty much the same squad of players, with Kylian Mbappe going from strength to strength to achieve superstar status.
Portugal were below par in qualifying, finishing second to Ukraine in their pool, but the defending champions have a great record in this tournament, reaching the semis in three of the previous four renewals - and Cristiano Ronaldo now has an improved supporting cast.
Hungary's glory days were a long time ago and they had to upset the odds to beat Bulgaria and Iceland in the play-offs after only taking fourth place in their qualifying group behind Croatia, Wales and Slovakia.