* All dates and times in UK time (BST)11th June
Wales v Slovakia Group B: 5pm BBC1 and S4C
England v Russia Group B: 8pm ITV 15th June
Russia v Slovakia Group B: kick-off 2pm BBC116th June
England v Wales Group B: kick-off 2pm BBC1 and S4C20th June
Russia v Wales Group B: kick-off 8pm ITV4 and S4C
Slovakia v England Group B: 8pm ITV
England: Odds 9-1
Roy Hodgson's side won all ten of their qualification games and were the first side to book their place in France. Nevertheless, there is still scepticism over England's chances. Perhaps it's past experience - England have promised much before tournaments many times, only to flop on the big stage, the last time being the 2014 World Cup.
But this Three Lions team is a "reasonably slick outfit", says The Guardian. They are "effervescent" going forward but vulnerable at the back.
As usual, the manager's reservoir of goodwill is running low. "The FA likes him, the press tolerate him but most supporters are reserving judgment until and unless England show a distinct improvement in France," says the Daily Telegraph.
Russia: Odds 66-1
The ghost of Fabio Capello will hover over the clash with England. Russia "veered toward disaster" under the Italian during qualifying, says ESPN, and he was fired as a result. New coach Leonid Slutsky got them to France, but they are still a work in progress.
"Few hold out much expectation of a long stay at Euro 2016, particularly after a cruel late injury to key playmaker Alan Dzagoev, but there certainly seems scope for a useful build up to their home World Cup in two years’ time," says Eurosport. "A squad that may be entirely composed of domestic-based players certainly know each other’s strengths well."
Wales: Odds 80-1
Having qualified for their first tournament since 1958, Wales will be hoping to prove a point, particularly with England in the same group.
Their hopes rest very much on one man: Gareth Bale, "whose deluge of goals and assists fired them through qualifying", says Eurosport. "His nation will be hoping he can retain that level of inspiration, even if he is bound to be a marked man. Making the second round would be a considerable but wholly possible achievement."
Slovakia: Odds 150-1
"Little is expected of Slovakia in only their second international tournament," says ESPN. "But very little was expected in their first - the 2010 World Cup - and they ended up knocking Italy out and progressing to the Round of 16."
They beat defending champions Spain in qualifying and will hope to spring more surprises in France. Much depends on Marek Hamsik, who, says the Guardian, "makes the national side tick with his tireless running and ability to create and score goals... [although] there is little in the way of attacking threat should he be nullified".
The key players:
Bale is the obvious star. He is unlikely to get many chances to perform on a big international stage during his career so will be eager to take this opportunity, particularly with England in the group.
Hamsik is Slovakia's trump card and he will be just as important to their chances as Bale is to Wales's.
From an English perspective, Dele Alli has the opportunity to establish himself as a genuine star, while Harry Kane will also hope to make an impact. Wayne Rooney is the biggest name in the squad and the last of the so-called "Golden Generation", but his role in the team is unclear, Euro 2016 could prove to be a tortuous international swansong for the Manchester United star.