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Dutch captain 13/8 to be booked | Germany v Holland Preview

Germany have won just three of their last 12 meetings with the Dutch (drawn 5, lost 4) but come into this game as 6/4 favourites following their victory over Portugal, whilst Holland are as big as 2/1 with Victor Chandler, in a game they must get something out of. If the Germans win the game they will qualify for the knock-out stages whilst the Dutch will be out of contention.

Joachim Low’s men beat Portugal 1-0 on the night and a repeat scoreline tonight is 9/1 with William Hill. Despite not being at their best in that game they are current tournament favourites at 3/1.

Mario Gomez struggled in the first half but scored the winning goal when the chance came his way and he is 6/1 to open the scoring again. [Read full article »]

Germany the value in ‘Most Corners’ market | Germany v Portugal Preview

The second game of Group B features two of the fancied teams, with Germany and Portugal going head to head in their opening Euro 2012 fixtures. Low’s side are 11/10 favourites for the game, whilst Portugal have been backed into 3/1 (Stan James).

Germany’s full backs will have to be on top form if they are to stifle the attacking threat of Cristiano Ronaldo and co.

The Real Madrid star is 6/1 to bag the first goal and is just 2/1 to score anytime. If you fancy him to run riot against Mertesacker and his fellow defenders Paddy Power are offering 11/1 for him to score two or more goals and 50/1 to bag a hat-trick. [Read full article »]

England 17/2 to be knocked out by Germany at Euro 2012

With just 10 days to go until the start of Euro 2012, Roy Hodgson has named his 23-man squad and Irish bookmaker Paddy Power are less than impressed – so much so they offering just 6/4 for England to fall at the first hurdle and return home immediately after the group stages.

Not only that but they are also going 12/1 for the Three Lions to actually go on and win the tournament, whilst a more realistic Quarter Final exit is a 7/4 chance.

Should England make it through their group, there is a decent chance of them meeting their old rivals Germany at some stage in the tournament and Paddy Power are offering 17/2 for England to be knocked out by them at any stage. [Read full article »]


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