Some seasoned pundits are calling Group A the ‘group of death’ and we can see why – Spiral, The Fall, Trapped and Mammon are all fighting for two places in the quarter-finals. We head back to this group today to check in with one of the tournament favourites, Spiral, who are unbeaten at the moment.
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.
It seems odd doing something a bit frivolous today of all days, but the Euro 2016 Of Crime Drama stops for no person. Yesterday we saw Shetland continue its fine form with an emphatic victory against Germany’s Cenk Batu. Now we hop into Group C, where Ireland’s Love/Hate and Belgiums Salamander do battle.
The Euro 2016 Of Crime Drama continues today with a return to Group B, to catch up with Scotland’s Shetland and Germany’s Cenk Batu. Shetland kicked off its campaign with an impressive victory over Hinterland in its opening game. Now it’s back in the spotlight for the Scottish representative, with a match-up it should, on paper, win relatively easily.
You’ll be very glad to know that we’re half-way through the group stages of the inaugural Euro 2016 Of Crime Drama. There are ‘only’ 12 more fixtures in these group phases (I can almost hear the exhales of relief across the blogosphere), so now we start the descent by going back to Group A to see another strong team in action – Northern Ireland’s The Fall – who we haven;t seen since the opening day of the tournament.
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?
We had another good game yesterday, featuring tournament favourites The Bridge taking on Wales’ Hinterland. In the end the underdogs were no match for the Swedish powerhouse, and The Bridge romped away in the end. Today we’re back in Group C, where seeded team Happy Valley are back in action.