France are the outright favourites to win the 2024/25 UEFA Nations League following the draw for the league phase of the competition was completed.
The Nations League will commence in September and conclude in June 2025, with the finals to be staged by one of the four nations that qualify.
The competition has undergone an expansion, with a new knockout round to be played in March 2025.
The League A group winners and runners-up will participate in home-and-away quarter-finals, with the winners of these ties qualifying for the final tournament.
England are unable to win the competition after suffering relegation to League B last time out and they will be looking to win promotion back to League A in a group that consists of Finland, Greece and the Republic of Ireland.
Scotland are the only home nation representative in League A and they have been drawn alongside Portugal, Croatia and Poland.
Spain were victorious in the previous Nations League, defeating Croatia on penalties in the final at Rotterdam's De Kuip.
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To Win Outright
France were winners of the competition in 2021 after they came from behind to defeat Spain 2-1 at the San Siro.
They endured a disappointing Nations League campaign last time out, amassing just one win from six matches to finish behind Croatia and Denmark in their group.
Finishing runner-up at the 2022 World Cup following an enthralling final against Argentina, it's of little surprise to see Les Bleus at the top of the betting with the abundance of talent Didier Deschamps has at his disposal.
Germany are yet to progress to the final four of the Nations League, with their best performance coming in the 2020/21 competition when they finished second in Group A4.
It's an interesting time for German football. Despite a series of disappointing performances at major tournaments, expectations are high with the nation set to host this summer's European Championships and there is uncertainty as to who will be leading Germany when the Nations League commences, with current manager Julian Nagelsmann under contract until July.
With that said, an array of exciting talent is emerging through the ranks and Germany expect to be in a position to challenge for honours again in the coming years.
Spain were triumphant in the last Nations League as they overcome Croatia on penalties in the final; La Roja's first trophy since their historic Euro 2012 triumph, where they became the first nation to win three consecutive major tournaments.
It was a solid start for Luis de la Fuente, who succeeded Luis Enrique following Spain's last 16 exit to Morocco in the World Cup.
In a group with the Netherlands, Croatia and Italy, they will look to reach the final four of the Nations League for a third consecutive campaign.
Portugal won the inaugural competition in 2019 after toppling Switzerland and the Netherlands in Porto.
They failed to transfer their triumphant form in the Nations League to major tournaments, bowing out of Euro 2020 at the last 16 stage before suffering a quarter-final exit in the World Cup to Morocco.
With Roberto Martinez now at the helm, the Portuguese will be hoping for an improvement in fortunes.