This evening, the second round of the Euro 2012 championship gets underway.
At 8pm Yerevan time, Greece will play the Czech Republic in Group A. Greece has one point in the standings and the Czechs are at the bottom of the group with no points.
In Euro 2004, Greece made it to the finals after winning their semi-final match with the Czechs by a 2-1 score. Greece then went on to score a 1-0 win against the favourite Portugal in the final.
Will the Czechs exact revenge on Greece for their 2004 loss?
This time, local bookmakers give the edge to the Czechs coached by Michal Bílek.
Later on this evening Group A favourites Russia will take on Poland. Bookmakers give Russia the edge in today’s match.
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