Euro 2020 Predictions: Day 2

Euro 2020 Predictions: Day 2 – We now have now completed four matches and our predictions competition is…

football languageDay 2 of the 2020 European Championship is over which means we now have now completed four matches and our predictions competition is starting to take shape. Three players top the rankings: Crispy, NeilusF and Davep457 with seven points followed by a group of 5 players on 5 points. Not too many 3 points so far in the competition – none in either the opening game between Italy and Russia or the game between Denmark and Finland but well done to ColeLaw and the top three who all went for a 3-0 win to Belgium. Day 3 sees England taking on Croatia at Wembley, Austria facing North Macedonia and the Dutch side play against Ukraine.

Remember that it’s three points for a perfect score, so for example, if you think England will beat Croatia 2-0 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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