football languageDay 3 of the 2020 European Championship is done and what a day of football! England comfortably defeated Croatia, Austria won their first ever match at the Euros in their 3-1 victory over North Macedonia, while the Netherlands won a five-goal thriller against Ukraine in Amsterdam.  How has this affected our predictions competition? Well, Davep457 leads with ten points followed by three players on nine: Fugesi, Neilusf and grell. No one managed a perfect score for that Dutch win but two players – Hand and Fugesi – correctly predicted the 3-1 Austrian win and three players got the England 1-0 win right, well done Adey, grell and gotanda.
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Today’s games sees Scotland play their first tournament match in 23 years and they host the Czech Republic. After that Group E kicks off with Poland against Slovakia and then Spain against Sweden. Remember that it’s three points for a perfect score, so for example, if you think Poland will beat Slovakia 1-0 and this is the exact final score then you receive three points. You can get one point for the right result for example, the game between England and Scotland finishes 1-1 and you chose a different score but the right result (e.g. 0-0; 2-2 or 3-3) then you will receive 1 point. Good luck everyone with your predictions!

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