Two quality defensive midfielders, but Shevchenko remains vital
As tournament co-hosts, Ukraine have not had to qualify and have spent much of the last two years playing friendly matches.
Coach Oleg Blokhin has only been in charge for just over a year and has really been experimenting during that time.
He has used 41 players in his 10 friendly matches at the helm and still doesn't look to have settled on his best 11 for the tournament.
Star Man - Andriy Shevchenko
Undoubtedly the main threat in the Ukraine side, even at the age of 35, is captain and main striker Andriy Shevchenko.
The former Chelsea and AC Milan man, who is now back at Dynamo Kiev, has scored 46 goals in 105 games in an impressive career for his country, which stretches back to 1995.
He has not played as much for Kiev this season, but still managed six goals in his 16 Ukrainian Premier League games.
One to Watch - Andriy Yarmolenko
Dynamo Kiev winger Andriy Yarmolenko was hailed as the 'new Shevchenko' when he burst onto the scene with a goal on his debut in 2008.
In recent years he has established himself in the Kiev first team, scoring 30 goals in 84 games to date.
The 22-year-old is a quality wide man, but can also be used as a support striker.
He has seven goals in 18 caps for his country meaning opposition defenders will definitely need to keep an on him.
Goals scored in last 10 games: 18
Goals conceded in last 10 games: 18
Top scorer: Four - Yarmolenko