Germany begin their campaign to be crowned European champions for the first time since 1996 with a Group C encounter against Ukraine at the Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille on 12 June.
The world champions have endured a troubled build-up to Euro 2016, losing three of their last five friendly matches including home defeats against England and Slovakia. The three-time European champions have never lost to Ukraine, however, and are backed at 8/13 by Betfair to win their first match of the tournament.
In contrast, Mykhaylo Fomenko's Ukraine side came through their warm-up fixtures with a 100% record, racking up wins over Romania and Albania. They also beat Wales and Cyprus in friendlies in March and are 6/1 outsiders to beat Germany. A draw is placed at 3/1.
The last meeting between Germany and Ukraine was a 2011 international friendly in Kiev that ended in a 3-3 draw. A repeat of the same scoreline in Lille is priced at 130/1.
Germany's Thomas Muller is 9/2 to score the first goal of the match, with Mario Gomez at 5/1 and Lukas Podolski at 6/1.