After yesterday’s win for England’s Happy Valley over Italy’s Inspector Montalbano, it’s back to Group D today and an opportunity to check back in with one of the tournament favourites, The Killing. Denmark’s representative takes on The Lens, from the Czech Republic, who also won its first game. Let’s face it – there’s only going to be one winner here. Or will there?
Yesterday, happy Valley took on Inspector Montalbano. Although the Italians kept it relatively close there was only going to be one winner:
Happy Valley 75%
Inspector Montalbano 25%
That means Group C’s table is looking like this:
Happy Valley (P2 W1 L0 POINTS 6 WM +138%)
Inspector Montalbano (P2 W1 L1 POINTS 3 WM +18%)
Love/Hate (P1 W0 L1 POINTS 0)
Salamander (P1 W0 L1 POINTS 0)
So now we turn out attentions to Group D, where The Killing takes on The Lens.
REPRESENTING DENMARK: THE KILLING (SEEDED TEAM)
Form guide: The veteran in the tournament, The Killing nonetheless is still a dangerous team and is viewed as one of the favourites to win the trophy. Sarah Lund spearheads the show’s formidable challenge, and her obsessive attention to detail and relentless drive still marks her out as one of the best players in the world, let alone Europe. Look out for burly Theis Birk Larsen at the back, the enigmatic Troels Hartmann in midfield and Jan Meyer up front with Lund. It’s a shame Meyer can’t stay fit because together, these two ar a very strong partnership. A big contender nonetheless.
REPRESENTING THE CZECH REPUBLIC: THE LENS
Form guide: An unheralded drama from the Czech Republic, traffic photographer-turned-cop Roman Kadlec is a prodigious talent although some would argue shy and sensitive on the field. His partnership with sparky Nikola Bárdyová is, however, one to watch, and potentially one of the most complimentary in the tournament.
So, who do you fancy? VOTE NOW!
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