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Poland v the Czechs here. Can't imagine the Soviets will have too much bother v Greece.
- As featured in The Independent.
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- Victor Marks makes the case for stiff-legged and stiff-armed 35 year old left-handers in Ashes squads
My thoughts, ready to switch if need be though.
Open start here, I've said that a lot this tournament. Germany-Portugal the only stinker for mine, suppose our game v France may have been dull for neutrals.
Poland all over them, should be at least one up.
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Yeah, very wasteful so far.
We might as well have hosted this given the weather
Bloody hell, Greece ahead.
Switched over to Greece-Russia, Karagounis has just been booked for a dive but it was a stonewall pen. Bloody hell.
Greece good value for the lead from what I've seen and as I type theyve just hit the woodwork with a cracking free kick. And Russia lucky not to be down to ten men, Dzagoev just put in a nasty challenge that I've seen men walk for.
The separation criteria are pretty strange. Greece just went ahead of Russia because the Czechs scored. I understand how it works but it's pretty quirky.
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Wonderfully taken goal for the Czechs. If they & Greece win does that put Russia out?
Both Greece and Russia will have 4 points, presume it'll be on results between the teams?
Beeb confirms it's the case as I type...
Wouldn't be sad to see Russia to go out because, well, they're Russia but after their opening game I expected them to go a long way. Haven't looked as good since, though.
Yeah, pretty unusual. Reminds me of the 04-05 English season when Everton and Brentford finished 4th in their respective divisions with -1 goal difference.
Incredible. Who would have thought these two would get through after the opening games.
More like the Arsenal Arshavin tonight and it showed throughout the team.
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