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Led by two squads that are famished for a title, Group B is undoubtedly the strongest group in Euro 2012.
Netherlands, the second-place finisher at the 2010 World Cup will certainly be looking to make the jump and claim the European crown—and they have the talent to do it.
Meanwhile, the Euro 2008 runner-up, Germany is also starved for a title, and they too have enough firepower to win it.
Let's not forget about Portugal, led by one of the world's best in Cristiano Ronaldo, who was the Euro 2004 runner-up.
Group B is going to be fun to watch, but I see the Dutch taking down Portugal and exacting some revenge from both the 2006 World Cup and the 2004 Euro, in which Portugal knocked them out.
But I think Germany just has too much talent for the Dutch to handle and makes it out of the group stage with the top seed.
Long shot: Denmark
Poor, poor Denmark. They absolutely have some talent of their own, being currently No. 9 in the FIFA world rankings.
In another group, the Danish just might have made it to the Round of 16, but in a stacked Group B, I don't see that happening.
At the 2010 World Cup, they failed to advance in a weaker group, falling 2-0 to the Dutch and then 3-1 to Japan.
Denmark isn't a bad team and could give some of their strong opponents in Group B some fits, but I doubt it will be enough to advance.