You know what's great. Every team still has a decent chance chance of qualifying except for Ireland, and perhaps Sweden. Often a team will be down and out, but look at where they stand:
Czechs: Got battered first match, but have Greece and Poland to come, could easily qualify go through
Poland & Greece: Got a point on the board, anyhting could happen against Czechs and Russia
Russia: Not assured of going through by any means
Denmark: Great start, 2 points or a win would see them through, could get something from Portugal
Portugal: Spirited performance against Germany, could easily beat Denmark and anything could happen against Holland
Holland: Not down and out yet, put the shooting boots on and they can beat anyone
Germany: Probably through
Italy: Good against Spain, came through the hardest fixture with a valuable point. Could well win other 2
Spain: Fully expect them to beat Ireland and Croatia
Croatia: Got 3 massive points on the board, given themselves a decent chance at qualifying with one unexpected result
Ireland: Stranger things have happened
Ukraine: Did what they had to do, put pressure on England and France who haven't exactly dealt well with pressure recently.
France: Will fancy their chances of winning other 2 games
Sweden: Will be aware that a win against England and a draw against France or vice versa could see them through. Think they're out to be honest, even if England go with them.
Hopefully the positions are still intriguing after round 2, but its nice to see that Denmark and Ukraine are right in there, and Group A is a toss-up as far as I can tell, at least for 2nd place. Holland are gonna have to come out all guns blazing in their other group games, as are Ireland (lol,) Denmark will be fighting tooth and nail to capitalise on their Dutch win, and Sweden will be looking at the England match and seeing signs of promise for their matches against us and France.
I think Germany and Spain are the only 2 who'll walk through the group stages