Host nation France are favourites to win the Euro 2016 football tournament, which kicks off this week - but who are the rank outsiders?
Underdogs have won before - Greece were crowned European champions in 2004, against all the odds, in only the second time they had participated in the tournament.
They defeated some of the favourites in the competition including defending champions France and hosts Portugal - beating the latter in both the opening game and again in the final.
This time round, Les Bleus have been installed as favourites by most bookmakers - despite ranking only 17th in the latest FIFA world rankings.
According to pundit Steve Wilson, France might just deserve their billing as top dogs.
“France’s record on home soil is formidable, winning both the Euros in 1984 and the World Cup in 1998 as host nation.
“In Pogba, Coman, Martial and Griezmann they’re blessed with a wealth of young talent - this France team could definitely lift the trophy.”
But who are the underdogs in this year’s tournament?
The lowest-ranked team in the championship are Albania, who are 42nd in FIFA’s list.
Accordingly, bookies have them as rank outsiders, most pricing them at between 400-1 and 500-1 to one to lift the Henri Delaunay trophy.
The odds are similarly unkind for Northern Ireland (ranked 25th by FIFA) and Hungary (ranked 20th), both teams priced between 250-1 and 400-1.
The Czech Republic, along with Republic of Ireland and Iceland, are all reckoned to be in with a better shout, priced between 100-1 and 150-1 by most - despite being ranked 30th, 33rd and 34th respectively.
So if you fancy an outside punt on the Euros, why not cross your fingers that 25-year-old FC Vaduz striker Armando Sadiku does a Jamie Vardy and fires Albania to European glory at the expense of group mates Romania, Switzerland and, of course, favourites France?
Euro 2016 teams by FIFA world ranking
Albania - 42nd
Sweden - 35th
Iceland - 34th
Republic of Ireland - 33rd
Czech Republic - 30th
Russia - 29th
Croatia - joint 27th
Poland - joint 27th
Wales - 26th
Northern Ireland - 25th
Slovakia - 24th
Romania - 22nd
Hungary - 20th
Ukraine - 19th
Turkey - 18th
France - 17th
Switzerland - 15th
Italy - 12th
England - 11th
Austria - 10th
Portugal - 8th
Spain - 6th
Germany - 4th
Belgium - 2nd