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With over £500m predicted to be traded on the 2012 European Championships, this tournament is being billed as potentially the biggest battle between punter and bookmaker in living memory.
The fight for punters custom has been underway for the last two weeks with rival firms trying to out-do each other on the offers front and pull as many new customers through the door before the tournament begins.
Such is the battle for custom it could be argued punters have never had it so good for a tournament with an array of offers and money back specials to take advantage of.
The competition itself looks set to be a belter also. Past major football tournaments have flattered to deceive in recent memory as club football has seemingly taken precedence over the international game.
But with the array of stars on show in Ukraine and Poland, there is a feeling around that Euro 2012 could be the tournament that puts international football back at the top of the footballing tree. If you step back and take a brief look at the mouth-watering ability likely to be on show at the tournament it’s easy to see why people can’t wait for the opening game on Friday.
For starters, there is the current World and European champions Spain, who are bidding for an unprecedented third straight major title. Midfield geniuses Xavi and Andres Iniesta have the ability to win this tournament on their own and are likely to put on a footballing master-class in front of the watching world.
Their biggest threat comes from a classy German side, who have the look of the young Spanish team that burst onto the scene in Euro 2008. Then there’s the flamboyant Dutch, who have been drawn in a group with the Germans and Portugal.
Italy conceded just two goals in qualifying, whilst England also look defensively strong under new manager Roy Hodgson and don’t forget the big ante-post gamble on France, who are strongly fancied to make the latter stages.
People will have their own opinions on the potential winner of the tournament and will back that up with hard cash, no doubt. It’s going to be an adrenaline pumping four weeks for punters and football fans alike – sit back and enjoy the ride