Euro 2012 kicks off on Friday but there is still time for you to take on the STV Sport team in UEFA's official fantasy football league.
Everyone on the sport desk has (or will have) entered their side for the competition, along with countless other fans keen to show they know their stuff when it comes to Europe's top players.
To take part, head over to UEFA's Fantasy Football website and, when you've completed your team, join our league using the code 303976-68113.
You have only got until 4.45pm on Friday to get your team in before the deadline for the first round of games, so sign up quickly and start picking your 15 players from a £100 million budget.
Once you have done all that, simply sit back and get ready to brag or berate our choices, on Twitter using #stveuros in your tweet.
STV's Euro 2012 fantasy football league odds
Jamie Borthwick 33/1
Andy Coyle 7/4
Keith Downie 5/1
Scott McClymont 7/1
Grant Russell 6/1
Neil Sargent 18/1
Thom Watt 11/10
Our appointed experts who have entered:
Kieran Buxton 16/1
Ross Dunbar 10/1
And some of our expectations for the rest of you based on your team names...
Amstrad Billionaires 20/1
Bayer Neverlosing 15/1
Sparta FC 300/1
Meta Knights 4/1
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