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Poland vs. Greece

The 2012 European Championships begin in Warsaw this Friday as co-hosts Greece entertain 2004 winners Greece. Poland go into this game on a fantastic run of form, with five wins and a draw in their last six games. Even more impressively, they have haven’t conceded in over 450 minutes of international football. They also managed […]

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Russia vs. Czech Republic

Friday’s late kick off sees 2008 semi-finalists Russia meet 1996 runners-up Czech Republic in Wroclaw. The Russians go in to the game as clear favourites to win Group A at a price of 2.38 (11/8), so it should come as no surprise that they are the likely winners here. They are unbeaten in fourteen games, […]

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Euro 2012 – Group D

The final group to get underway at this summer’s European Championships sees two times winners France, along with England, Sweden and co-hosts Ukraine, the latter making their first appearance in the tournament. Les Blues, who last won the tournament in 2000, are favourites to finish first, with a best price of 2.75 (7/4) offered by […]

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Euro 2012 – Group C

Unsurprisingly, tournament favourites Spain are odds of to win Group C, having won twelve of their last fifteen games. The European and World Champions are one of only two sides to have had a 100% record in qualification (the other being Germany), and look a good bet to become the first team to win three […]

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Euro 2012 – Group B

With three time winners Germany, 1988 winners the Netherlands, modern day nearly men Portugal and Denmark, who shocked Europe by lifting the trophy in 1992, this batch of teams have quite rightly been labelled as the ‘Group of Death’. Germany, who are second favourites behind Spain to win the championships, lead the market here with […]

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Euro 2012 – Group A

Friday sees the beginning of this summer’s European Championships, with co-hosts Poland entertaining 2004 winners Greece in the opening game of the tournament in Warsaw. Later in the day, Russia meet the Czech Republic in Wroclaw, and it’s the former who go in to the tournament as favourites to win Group A. Euro 2008 saw […]

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