Turkey ( see fixtures here )
v Italy W0 D3 L7 F5 A18
v Wales W2 D1 L3 F7 A10
v Switzerland W8 D3 L4 F21 A20
Qualifying record: P10 W7 D2 L1 F18 A3
Qualifying top scorer: Cenk Tosun (5)
UEFA EURO is the best: semifinals (2008)
UEFA EURO 2016: group stage
Coach: Senol Gunes
The goalkeeper of Trabzonspor and Turkey, who won the championship six times, Güneş coached his country to the third place in the only World Cup in 2002'. He won two championships in charge of Beşiktaş#39 before returning to Turkey in 2019-#39.
Draw reaction: "Italy did not lose in the qualifiers and Switzerland is a successful team. Wales match will also be exciting. Even though Italy is the favourites, we are strong too. We want to win and move forward. We are proud to play in this tournament and in the opening match. There are surprises in every opening match and hopefully We can pull one out."
Key player: Cenk Tosun
After his successful spell at Beşiktaş, Güneş, the boss of Everton forward, knows how to make the most of Turkey's offensive focus. Cenk is a hardworking and thoroughbred finisher who does not have an exceptionally fast or gigantic build.
Someone to watch: Merih Demiral
Merih left Alanyaspor for Sassuolo in 2019 and coach Sergen Yalçın said, "Turkey has a defender in the next ten years". He quickly moved on to Juventus', where the 1.90m-tall defender got regular playing time.
Do you know?
Turkey qualified to participate in five of the last seven EURO', which made it to the finals for the first time in 1996'.
Italy ( see fixtures here )
v Turkey W7 D3 L0 F18 A5
v Wales W7 D0 L2 F23 A5
v Switzerland W28 D22 L8 F107 A67
Qualifying record : P10 W10 D0 L0 F37 A4
Qualifying top scorer : Andrea Belotti (5)
UEFA EURO is the best : winners (1968)
UEFA EURO 2016 : quarter-finals, lost to Germany' on penalties
Coach: Roberto Mancini
Despite being one of the best players of his generation, Mancini, who has never been so lucky with the Azzurri, is eager to shine as an international coach after winning club trophies in Italy, England and Turkey.
React: "Drafts are always tough. They may or may not be good, but these games have everything to play. Playing in Rome is really important because one round is less, so there is less fatigue."
Key player: Marco Verratti
Like his coach, the midfielder has not replicated club success with the national team. Mancini''s ball-based football looks perfect for the Parisian.
Someone to watch: Gianluigi Donnarumma
At 21, goalkeeper Donnarumma is already a seasoned player, playing first-team football for years, but he has big gloves to fill as he tries to replace Gianluigi Buffon.
Do you know?
It was Italy's first 6-0 win in 57 years against Liechtenstein in March 2019' They defeated Turkey by the same margin in 1962/#39.
Wales ( see fixtures here )
v Turkey W3 D1 L2 F10 A7
v Italy W2 D0 L7 F5 A23
v Switzerland W2 D0 L5 F6 A16
Qualifying record : P8 W4 D2 L2 F10 A6
Top goalscorers : Gareth Bale (2), Kieffer Moore (2), Aaron Ramsey (2)
UEFA EURO is the best : semi-finals (2016)
UEFA EURO 2016 : semi-finals
Coach: Ryan Giggs
He spent his entire career at Manchester United and broke a record 963 times. He has won the English Premier League #39 13 times and lifted the UEFA Champions League trophy in 1999 and 2008. Between 1991 and 2007, he made 64 appearances for Wales in #39, scoring 12 goals. He was appointed as the national team manager in January 2018.
Draw a reaction: "Obviously, this is a difficult group: all groups are difficult. It will not be easy. Italy won ten games in the group, they are coming back with a really good coach, talented players. Ourselves, Switzerland and Turkey , I think will fight for the second place. "
Key player: Gareth Bale
Despite turning 31 for the summer, Ballet remains the team's talisman and is Wales' greatest marksman of all time. Returning to Tottenham after years of success at Real Madrid, he has set major goals throughout his Welsh career since making his debut in 2006/#39.
Someone to watch: Daniel James
The 23-year-old football player found a vital goal in the qualifying match, beating Slovakia 1-0 in his debut match for Wales. The Manchester United winger will hope to show off his blistering speed in the final broadcast.
Do you know?
Founded in 1876, the Football Association of Wales is the third oldest national association in world football, after England (1863) and Scotland (1873).
Switzerland ( see fixtures here )
v Turkey W4 D3 L8 F20 A21
v Italy W8 D22 L28 F67 A107
v Wales W5 D0 L2 F16 A6
Qualifying record: P8 W5 D2 L1 F19 A6
Qualifying top scorer: Cedric Itten (3)
UEFA EURO is the best: round of 16 (2016)
UEFA EURO 2016: Round 16 lost 5-4 to Poland' after a 1-1 draw
Coach: Vladimir Petkovic
Sarajevo-born Petković has called Switzerland home since 1997/#39 and took over the national team in 2014/#39. Switzerland has not made it to a grand final since then.
React: "Our group is tough, but we can still go on. For me Italy are the big favourites. They had an excellent qualifying campaign with ten wins out of ten games and they also have the advantage of playing a game in Roma. Roberto Mancini is a good young man with a great mentality." staffed up."
Key player: Granit Xhaka
A solid toolmaker with excellent vision, Xhaka is the glue that binds this Swiss side together. The Swiss were beating Denmark 3-0 when they pulled back late – they drew 3-3.
Someone to watch: Breel Embolo
Now in his second season at Borussia Mönchengladbach', Embolo has modeled himself on Mario Balotelli' and they definitely have a lot in common. Powerful, versatile and blessed with a great pace, the 23-year-old is a handful.
Do you know?
Switzerland has successfully negotiated each group stage under Petković, but has yet to win a qualifying match: at the 2014 and 2018 World Cups, EURO 2016 and UEFA Nations League.