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This is a really strong group. The current holders, Inter Milan, face Werder Bremen (a team that has been pretty good in Europe in recent years) and Tottenham, one of the best teams in England.
Inter's squad hasn't suffered many changes, and they are, on paper, clearly the strongest team in the group and should have little problems advancing to the knockout stage.
Twente, on the other hand, doesn't seem to have what it takes and, on paper, shouldn't be able to avoid the last place of the group. However, they won the Dutch league last season and have pretty interesting players in their squad (Douglas, Luuk De Jong, and especially Bryan Ruiz), so underestimating them would be a fatal mistake for any of the other three teams.
Theoretically, Inter should win the group, while Werder Bremen and Tottenham should fight for the second place. However, I believe Twente (although they were pretty unlucky in the draw) can cause at least one of two upsets. Even if they don't qualify, they might be a factor in the final decision.
2. Werder Bremen