Turkey face Italy in the opening match of Euro 2020 on Friday, June 11.
The early frontrunners for the title, according to the bookmakers, are England, France, Belgium and Germany.
England boss Gareth Southgate has set his stall out and says reaching the semi-finals is a minimum requirement.
“I think we’re realistic about that, we have to live with that expectation,” he added.
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“Are we ready to win? Well, we’ve been to two semi-finals so the next step is to try to go further.”
Southgate made the controversial decision to take four right-backs in his 26-man squad; Reece James, Kieran Trippier, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Kyle Walker all made the cut.
“We have four players that play sometimes at right-back for their clubs,” Southgate explained.
“Basically they are in the best 26 footballers and that is why they are in the squad.
“If I could have picked five or six right-backs I would have done.
“We are here to play nine games. We already have some injury doubts in the group.
“We need adaptability, good players, good professionals, tactically savvy players and we are fortunate we have old and young players who fit all those categories.”