Now that we've had time to assess the team in this years European Championship, the murky water becomes a little clearer as we look to see who might progress out of the group stages and into the knockout rounds.
Group A have had the benefit of playing two of their matches to date, with Group B set to follow suit later today.
With the so called "big teams" having mixed fortunes on opening day, it makes you wonder whether any of the heavy underdogs actually have a chance of winning the competition.
Inside I have selected who I considered the eight biggest underdogs—or worst teams if you like—going into the tournament, and ranked them as they stand now, as to their hopes of actually winning Euro 2012.
I'm glad that's nice and clear.
Here is Euro 2012: Ranking the Championship Chances of Each Major Underdog.