Euro 2012, Group A, Tuesday, Wroclaw, 5pm
IT'S the start of the second-round matches – traditionally the turning points for punters who have a better idea what to expect after seeing every time in action.
However, barring one or two games Euro 2012 has been a bit of a sparring contest so far with the leading nations in particular feeling each other out.
Greece and Czech Rep were two sides who failed to win their openers and are therefore under pressure to take three points from their second outing.
In general both sides disappointed on day one but the Greeks did well to rescue a point from a game in which they trailed with 10 men.
Celtic star Georgios Samaras, who had a bit of a shocker against Poland, is 2-1 to hit one into the crowd. Only joking! Sammy is 4-1 with the likes of Paddy Power to give the SPL it's first (and probably only) goal of Euro 2000. There is a chance he'll be pushed into a more central forward role after struggling on the wing in the opener.
Greece's fighting spirit was so impressive I'm taking them to edge a disappointing Czech side who hardly threatened the Russia goal.
The Greeks are a biggest 23-10 at bet365 while you can have 6-4 with Stan James on the Czechs with the draw 12-5 with the same firm.
At worst it looks a draw for Greece who are 13-10 with bodog draw no bet.
The Czech were overpowered by the Russian but at least scored so look at both to hit the target at x-x.
Salpingdis to score
Greece draw no bet