The only real concern for the 43-year-old is the fitness of Dejan Lovren, who injured his foot playing for Olympique Lyonnais in the club's 1-0 Coupe de France final win over Quevilly a fortnight ago.
However, despite the knock, Bilic has opted to include the defender in his selection in the hope he will recover in time to play in Poland and Ukraine.
Elsewhere, there is room for Nikola Kalinic and Ivo Ilicevic with the trainer toying with the idea of selecting one of the forwards in his eventual 23-man squad alongside his usual frontline of Ivica Olic, Eduardo, Mario Mandzukic and Nikica Jelavic.
Croatia have a warm-up friendly versus Estonia on May 25 before travelling to Oslo eight days later to face Norway in their final fixture ahead of the tournament.
Bilic's men have been drawn in Group C alongside Spain, Italy and the Republic of Ireland with the trainer expected to announce his final squad within the next two weeks.
|Ivan Kelava||Dinamo Zagreb|
|Goran Blazevic||Hajduk Split|
|Josip Simunic||Dinamo Zagreb|
|Gordon Schildenfeld||Eintracht Frankfurt|
|Darijo Srna||Shakhtar Donetsk|
|Sime Vrsaljko||Dinamo Zagreb|
|Domagoj Vida||Dinamo Zagreb|
|Danijel Pranjic||Bayern Munich|
|Dejan Lovren||Olympique Lyon|
|Jurica Buljat||Maccabi Haifa|
|Ognjen Vukojevic||Dynamo Kiev|
|Tomislav Dujmovic||Dinamo Moscow|
|Milan Badelj||Dinamo Zagreb|
|Ivica Olic||Bayern Munich|