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Euro 2012 has Four Classic Games in the First Phase

Written by Andrew Scofield   
Thursday, 07 June 2012 11:15

Euro 2012 classic games oddsThe Euro 2012 in Poland and Ukraine, which goes into effect Friday in the city of Warsaw, has four games in the first phase more attractive than the others: Poland-Russia, Spain, Italy, Germany, Holland and France-England . Poland, Russia, in Group A, seems the least attractive of the four, but is the party that local fans are anxiously awaiting. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

"It's a huge party, more to the Poles for the Russians, due to years of communism and Russian occupation," said the Polish weekly, published in English, Warsaw Business Journal. "This is the party that most Polish fans are desperate to win," the weekly newspaper.

Poland and Russia have faced 14 times, with seven Russian victories, three Polish and four draws, including 0-0 in the second round of the World-1982 Spain, in Barcelona. The Spain-Italy, in Group C, which takes place on Sunday in Gdansk, is a classic. The Red got rid of inferiority complex with the Azzurri, defeating on penalties in the quarterfinals of Euro-2008 in Vienna.

For many Spanish party that provided security to Spain and that cemented Championship titles and World Cup-2008-2010. Another classic that put the draw in the first phase is the Germany-Netherlands, since whoever loses can be left out, considering that in that key, the so-called Group of Death (B), is also Portugal.

The classic German-Dutch left large pages in the past as the World Cup final in Munich in 1974 that international football Franz Beckenbauer won 2-1 to Johan Cruyff's team orange, or the semi-finals of Euro-1988 in the Dutch by Marc Gullit, Frank Rijkaard and Marco Van Basten beat the Germans, who were playing at home, in the semifinals.

The other classic group stage is the France-England, in the D, with both teams called to occupy the top of the key. The motivation of both teams will find the victory that will secure the top spot of the key and thereby avoid a quarter-final to top Group C, probably Spain. These four parties appear as the most attractive in the first phase of Euro-2012, before they reach the quarter-finals of the competition, in which the suspense will be greater than direct elimination matches.

 
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