#10. Czech Republic
Gone are the days of Pavel Nedved and Jan Koller, this Czech Republic side isn’t what it was. The Czechs go into the tournament with a couple of quality players including Petr Cech, Tomas Rosicky, David Limbersky, and Vladimir Darida but they certainly aren’t the strongest in the tournament. Czech Republic is in Group D along with Turkey, Spain, and Croatia, and will probably hope to qualify as best third placed team. The Czechs are hoping that forward David Lafata will be their Miroslav Klose. The forward has scored forty goals in his last two seasons for Sparta Prague at the age of 34.