It’s time to go back to Group D today and catch up with two unheralded teams searching for their first points of the tournament.
Here’s how yesterday game turned out:
It was Belgium’s Salamander that took the spoils yesterday, and its victory over Ireland’s Love/Hate means that it leap-frogs Italy’s Inspector Montalbano into second place in the group and, as it stands, go through into the quarter finals. There’s still time for that to change, but the fixture between Salamander and Inspector Montalbano is now crucial.
Here’s what Group C now looks like:
Happy Valley (P2 W1 L0 POINTS 6 WM +138%)
Salamander (P2 W1 L1 POINTS 3 WM +48%)
Inspector Montalbano (P2 W1 L1 POINTS 3 WM +18%)
Love/Hate (P2 W0 L2 POINTS 0)
So onto today’s game between Spain’s Falcón and Switzerland’s 10…
REPRESENTING SPAIN: FALCON
Form guide: Javier Falcón is the brooding, Latin detective here and he alone is worthy of note, but, again, a lack of depth in the team and the bench might make this another show to leave the tournament.
REPRESENTING SWITZERLAND: 10
Form guide: A strong team – although mostly skilled at poker, admittedly – and possessing a good leader in Hans Koller, 10 just about scraped through qualifying and should go out early in the group stages.
VOTING IN THIS FIXTURE HAS NOW CLOSED
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