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Who will reach the semi-finals?

Since the tournament began in 1960, there have usually been one or two surprise appearances in the semi-finals, not least in 2004 with eventual champions Greece. Denmark lifted the trophy against all odds in 1992, beating the mighty Germany, whilst the Czech Republic have also reached the final in recent history. Turkey and Russia made […]

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Who will be Euro 2012’s Top Goalscorer?

With just one week until the tournament begins in Warsaw, thoughts turn to the potential winners of the coveted Golden Boot.  The trophy is award to whichever player scores the most goals in a single tournament. David Villa, who won the accolade in the 2008 Championships with winners Spain, has been ruled out through injury, […]

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Who will win Euro 2012?

With the major league campaigns across the continent now coming to a close, attentions are turning to the forthcoming European Championships in Poland and Ukraine. The holders Spain go in to the tournament as favourites, and are looking to win an unprecedented third major tournament in a row.  They have an embarrassment of riches going […]

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Villa vs United

Aston Villa aren’t exactly on a hot run of form at the moment, but then again, United aren’t either. Whilst Villa followed up a home loss to Spurs with a dull draw on the road at Swansea, United have struggled and just a few weeks and three games on, find themselves out of one competition, […]

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Wigan vs Arsenal

After the mid-week defeat to Manchester City in the Carling Cup, Arsene Wenger will be looking to return to winning ways in Wigan. Whilst the match on Tuesday wasn’t really much of a reflection on his team (very few of the Arsenal first-team actually played), a win would have been a massive boost to the […]

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Chelsea vs Liverpool

Chelsea return to Stamford Bridge for the first time since their 5-3 defeat to Arsenal, when they welcome Liverpool on Sunday (kick-off: 16:00 UK). The two sides lie just three points apart in the league table, with Liverpool two places behind the West Londoners. Chelsea manager Andres Villas-Boas has faced some pressure in recent times, […]

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